Travel and Virtual Internships for Hispanic
Future Agricultural Professionals
Learn about Our History to See if You’d Like to Join in Our Future
mano-Y-ola believes in supporting the future of agriculture through the talent development of Hispanic students in two distinct internship programs. Our company’s partnership with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) has directed our growth in the field of talent development. We first started the talent development program in 2018 with our Travel Internship where we placed college students in various NRCS field offices. During this Travel Internship, our interns spent their summers gaining valuable work experience and exposure to the world of agriculture. Since that year, we have hosted annual summer Travel Internships, and in 2020, we expanded to include a virtual internship in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the Virtual Internship interns complete a curriculum developed by our company designed to educate them on the basics of natural resource conservation, data and entrepreneurship, leadership, and how to navigate the professional world as young future conservationists.
Building a successful approach to enhance USDA-NRCS's Hispanic outreach and increasing the agency's bilingual, professional talent pool are two endeavors that mano-Y-ola knows how to do well. Our priority is to extend the agency across Hispanic communities, counties, and states. Internships at mano-Y-ola give students a unique opportunity to make connections with USDA-NRCS offices, opening doorways to potential, future employment. Visit our USDA Jobs section to learn more.
Discover our Travel Internship, where Hispanic agricultural students like you can gain real-world, professional experience in NRCS field offices across the United States.
*Locations (8) | Full-Time | Paid
*The locations can be in North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, Indiana, Florida, Georgia, and Louisiana. NRCS officials to choose upon review of interns selected by the mano-Y-ola team.
Discover our Virtual Internship, where Hispanic agricultural students like you receive training in natural resources conservation and agribusiness as well as coaching on leadership and professionalism, and then implement what they have learned on a local farm in Puerto Rico.
Virtual | Part-Time | Paid
An important objective of mano-Y-ola's talent development and recruitment initiative is to educate, recruit and connect talented interns to USDA jobs across the US and agency networks. We offer up-to-date USDA information, mentoring, coaching, and foster relationships with successful and experienced mYo interns.
To learn more about the career paths of former mYo interns working with the USDA, visit the section, Where Are They Now in Internships.