MJC West Campus Intern Program

Fall 2020 - Spring 2021

MJC Agriculture Internship Selection Information

General information
1)  Application Deadline was Monday, May 11, 2020.**

2) If selected, a security deposit is due before the fall semester begins:
        Security Deposit (refundable)*         $500.00**
        Maintenance Fee (non-refundable)  $300.00**
        Key Deposit (refundable)*                $  25.00
        *Refundable upon approval of supervising supervisor
        **Designated summer deposits are half the price of the fall semester deposits
3) Students are required to maintain a minimum of 16 units per semester (fall & spring)
4) Students are required to take internship classes as part of the internship.

The Modesto Junior College Agriculture Department Student Internship Resident Program offers housing and utilities in exchange for 12 hours of labor per week on one of the many agricultural enterprises listed below:

Unit #Interns Supervisor
• Ag Business / Division Office 2 Don Borges
• Agriculture Mechanics Unit 1 Steve Amador
• Beef Unit           2 Jennifer Terpstra
• Crops, Nut (Orchard & Vineyard) 2 Andy Alderson
• Dairy Unit      2 Bill Hobby
• Equine Unit 2 Julie Haynes
• Irrigation Unit 1 Steve Amador
• Nursery Unit 2 Dale Pollard
• Poultry Unit 2 Marlies Boyd
• Power Mechanics Unit 1 Todd Conrado
• Sheep Unit 2 Marlies Boyd
• Swine Unit 4 John Mendes
• General West Campus 3 John Macedo
• Social Media 1 Lori Marchy
• Intern Assistant 1 Troy Gravatt

**Internship applications will be reviewed and more information will be posted as it becomes available.

Email gravattt@yosemite.edu if you have any questions.

We are looking forward to a great 2020-2021 year!

 

 

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WC Interns

At the Modesto Junior College Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Department, we take great pride helping our interns grow academically as well as young adults. Do you want to know more about the 2019-2020 West Campus Interns? Click on the below image:

MJC WC Interns

Additionally, view the additional MJC Agriculture informational video below to learn more about what actual West Campus Interns and others reveal about this unique internship opportunity.

Recruitment Video

This unequaled program allows students to develop solid managerial and production skills within a specific agricultural enterprise while taking advantage of an affordable housing opportunity. Follow the below link to learn more about the numerous and diverse opportunities available.

MJC Agriculture Student Intern Resident Program
Faculty Advisor:

Mr. Troy Gravatt
(209) 575-6790
gravattt@yosemite.edu