AgriGold Announces its 2017 Intern Program

AgriGold is pleased to announce the 2017 Intern Program. AgriGold hired 70 sales interns and 1 marketing intern to be a part of the AgriGold team this summer. Interns will be sharing the AgriGold story, placing field signs and working closely with their local Corn Specialists, as a part of the 2017 AgriGold Sales Intern Program. AgriGold hired interns from 11 states throughout the corn belt with a representation of 28 universities.

AgriGold is proud to invest in the future of agriculture by supporting college students pursuing careers in the food and fiber industry. Their time with AgriGold will provide great lessons in both professional and personal development, along with a better understanding of the seed business.

Members of the AgriGold Intern Team will be responsible for assisting their Corn Specialist in achieving growth and development in their respective district. This specifically includes helping with coordinating logistics, evaluating corn hybrid performance, and implementing an advertising plan for the district. Interns will also to gain experience in agronomy, sales, and marketing with AgriGold.

Interns will also have the opportunity to further their professional skills with the addition of technology into the program. They will use this technology to introduce growers to AgReliant’s new digital ag platform, Advantage Acre. Advantage Acre is a web-based tool to begin quickly uploading data and analyzing information, giving farmers simplified and functional access to their operations information and data.

AgriGold’s interns will also play a key role in raising awareness of AgriGold Select Soybeans varieties. This addition to the product lineup will provide farmers the opportunity to work with AgriGold beyond their corn acres.

For more information about AgriGold Corn Specialists in your area and the results our growers are seeing, visit


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