The SEAREC Internship is a comprehensive experiential learning program.  Each summer, 3 to 6 individuals are invited to work beside educators and faculty to conduct research and produce crops from May through August.  Participants in the program support vegetable, small fruit, floriculture, field crop and environmental research and education.  Students matriculated at any college or university may apply for the position.

Enrichment programming is provided through invited guest lectures, field trips, professional development, and events throughout the summer.  Past topics have included environmental health and safety, self-mentorship, plant nutrition, biological control, resume building, and ag careers.

Past interns have gone on to successful positions in natural resource management, non-profit farm management, floriculture, agricultural industry support, public service, and post-graduate study.

Applications are accepted each year from January to March.  Please bookmark this page and return during that time for application details.