The Pathways Internship Program is for current diploma/certificate/degree-seeking students and is designed to attract students enrolled in a wide variety of educational institutions with paid opportunities to work in USDA/NRCS and explore Federal careers while still in school. This program exposes students to jobs in the Federal civil service by providing meaningful developmental work while completing their academic requirements. For more information on the Pathways Internship, please visit https://www.usajobs.gov/StudentsAndGrads.
Idaho is advertising for 4 new Pathways positions this year.
The Natural Resource Conservation Service is part of the US Department of Agriculture. They are currently conducting a national search to fill four internship positions in Idaho. Last year, a BYU-Idaho student was selected to fill one of the positions and she had an outstanding time working with soils in the Targhee Caribou National Forest. If you have interest in working within the US Federal system for conservation, agronomy, or soil science then this is a great way to get your foot in the door. NRCS will work with those students who have a successful internship experience to place them in a full-time position after graduation.
more information: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/431991900
WANTED: FULLTIME - TEMPORARY HELP
Details: During the months March & April possibly more
HOURS: Initially 8am - 7pm longer during several weeks of planting season.
PAY: Approx. $8.00hr. depending on experience.
Experience preferred. Needs to be able to operate computerized farm equipment such as Grain drill and/or Sprayer. Job included driving 10 wheeler and semi trucks, assisting in maintenance of equipment, and assisting in planting the crops. Must be good-natured, flexible and committed to long hours, working 6 days a week without extra time off during these couple of critical months of our business.
Benefits to Student - long hrs. compute to accumulating a considerable amount of money in a relative short amount of time, experience in operating large equipment, working with pleasant people, understanding a small/individual business and a new prospective of Today's agricultural challenges and decision making. Some training will be provided.
Please call and ask any questions you may have.
RT LOVELL FARMS - Ron Lovell-Owner
21N 4850E - Rigby, ID 83442