The Knox County Farm Bureau Foundation is offering an internship with the Knox County Farm Bureau for the summer of 2018. The intern will receive a $1,500 scholarship and is encouraged to explore the possibility of using the internship to fulfill academic requirements for his/her major.
This is the 26th year for the program, which continues to be very successful. The internship is open to Knox County residents who will be a sophomore, junior, senior, or full-time graduate student at a college or university during the fall 2018 semester. Preference is given to applicants who have a farm background and/or are studying an agricultural-related field.
For more information, please contact the Knox County Farm Bureau office at 309/342-2036 or e-mail: email@example.com. Applications are due February 13, 2018. Find an application HERE!
2017 Summer Intern
My name is Hannah Libby. I am the daughter of Jake and Heidi Libby of rural Oneida. I graduated from ROWVA High School in 2016. I am currently studying Agriculture Education at Black Hawk East, as well as a member of the volleyball and basketball teams at the Black Hawk Campus in the Quad Cities. I recently was a member of the national champion Horticulture team for BHE at the NACTA judging conference this past spring. I am an 11 year member of the Wataga Trailblazers 4-H club as well as a past member and President of the Knox County 4-H Federation and ROWVA FFA programs. I enjoy raising show pigs and showing them through the show seasons. I look forward to serving Knox County this summer at the 2017 Farm Bureau Summer Intern.