Center for Digital Agriculture
All students who apply to the UIUC CDA REU must be:
Other considerations for student applicants:
A central NIH application and review process for the IRS Program will be done once per year, aspiring to a cohort concept (for mentoring and other career development activities with others in this position in the same application pool). The deadline for applications is March 1, 2023 to avoid overlapping with Stadtman recruitment efforts. Applications should be submitted to Rena Rodriguez.
Interested graduate students or early postdoctoral fellows can initiate the process by contacting a relevant Principal Investigator who will serve as primary mentor. This PI should then contact the Scientific Director. If the SD supports the nomination, then an application is developed and submitted by the SD for central review. Alternatively, IC leadership can identify a candidate, and then proceed with an application. All applications, both from internal and external candidates, must be approved and submitted by the Scientific Director of the sponsoring IC.
The application will include the Nomination Coversheet (PDF file) and the following materials, submitted by the Scientific Director on behalf of the applicant [submit all nomination materials as one pdf document]:
Candidates will be evaluated in three categories:
The UNCF/Old Dominion Scholars Program, sponsored in partnership with Old Dominion Freight Line, Inc., is seeking full-time juniors enrolled in any accredited College or University majoring in business, logistics, supply chain management, communications, or industrial engineering, whose college experience demonstrates community service, leadership, and analytical ability during their college career. Candidates will be selected to intern for summer 2023.
Summer 2023 Internship- Juniors selected for the paid 2023 summer in person internship with Old Dominion Freight Line Inc., will be placed in one of the following locations: Atlanta, GA; Columbus, OH; Harrisburg, PA; Morriston, TN; Chicago, IL; Dallas, TX; Houston Tx; Memphis, TN; St. Louis, MO; Jackson, MS and Greensboro, NC.
UNCF Student Leadership Conference (SLC)- Prior to the start of the internship students will participate in the UNCF Student Leadership Conference (SLC). This four-day professional development and leadership conference in Washington, D.C. aims to provide a framework and forum for equipping students with the skill sets that they will need to be successful as interns and early career professionals.
During SLC, participants will:
All qualified participants of the UNCF/Old Dominion Scholars Program must meet the following eligibility requirements:
To be considered, candidates must submit the online application for the program, a one-page personal statement of career interest, resume and current transcript. All application materials must be received by the application deadline.
Applicants who have submitted complete applications will be notified within 8 weeks after the application closing date.
For account login issues, call a UNCF representative at 202-810-0258 Monday to Friday, 9 AM to 5 PM EST.
For more information, contact: Yves Pierre, Director of Professional Development Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alabama Ag Credit is a financial institution that provides financing for agriculture, agribusiness and rural real estate purchases and improvements. The institution is headquartered in Montgomery with nine offices that service the lower 40 counties of Alabama. With over $1.1 billion in assets, the institution is a cooperative and part of the nationwide Farm Credit System.
Education: Must have a HS diploma or the equivalent. Must be a student at a HBCU university or college in the state of Alabama. First consideration will be given to Juniors and Seniors. Must have basic knowledge of MS Office suite.
May- Student will work with our Marketing Director/Coordinator, Relationship Managers, Montgomery branch office, IT, and the Montgomery Admin office. They will be identifying marketing opportunities through a study of geographic data of loans booked and determining if there is value in marketing to existing customers for repeat business.
June-They will see our relationship managers' processes for obtaining new loans and customers. Interns will visit properties to assess the potential loan value with the appraisers.
July- Student will work through the loan credit process. They will learn about credit requirements, shadow credit analysts, work through loan review and processing steps, and then complete some credit processing exercises. They will be working with our credit analysts, Chief Credit Officer, and Senior VP of Credit.
July/August- Students will see the IT department and how sound business decisions impact the bottom line as they conclude their internship program in the accounting department.
Expected workdays: Monday- Thursday from 8am to 4pm, with a 1 hour lunch. Total of 28 hours per week.
*Hours may be modified based on marketing and branch events, never to exceed 7 hours/day.
Pay will be $10/hour. Housing will not be provided.
Interns may be eligible for stipend program offered through the HBCU- Farm Credit Partnership. Human Resources can provide additional information regarding this potential opportunity.