Want to build a stronger, more sustainable future and cultivate your career? Join Cargill’s global team of 155,000 employees who use new technologies, dynamic insights and over 154 years of experience to connect farmers with markets, customers with ingredients, and people and animals with the food they need to thrive.
Gain real experience. Learn from the best. See how your work matters.
Our internships are designed to prepare you for your career journey, not a final destination. When you join our team, you are welcomed into a community committed to providing you with a safe environment to learn, grow and cultivate your skills. With our expansive learning resources, our well-respected leaders, and our carefully curated development courses, you will be equipped to confidently address tomorrow’s global issues. And, truthfully, our future relies on you. Your innovative minds, your intentional collaboration, and your desire to nourish the world. Your work may be local, but at Cargill, your impact will be global. Join our community to cultivate your curiosity, develop meaningful relationships and propel your career!
Swine Account Management Internship
As a Swine Account Manager Intern you will gain hands-on experience and see what working at Cargill is really like. Our internship will give you a first-hand look at the challenges and opportunities of our business and work closely with our Key Account Managers and Technical Team. You will be exposed to many facets of our Premix and Nutrition business, the workflow, and given a chance to demonstrate the skills learned during your internship.
- Housing assistance and relocation reimbursement are available to interns who qualify.
- Internships are paid and are typically 12 weeks in duration.
- Day-to-day transportation to and from work is the responsibility of the intern.
- Interns who demonstrate outstanding performance and a curiosity to learn more may be offered an internship, co-op or full-time position for the following year.
- As employees, interns receive access to volunteer and community outreach opportunities and paid time off for volunteer activities.
- Throughout the internship, interns and co-ops are encouraged to participate in events that will give exposure to leadership, provide development opportunities, and offer the ability to network with cross-functional interns/co-ops across the U.S.
- Internships are typically 12 weeks in duration.
- Interns are paid hourly for time worked.
- Interns are responsible for transportation to and from work.
- Interns who demonstrate outstanding performance and a curiosity to learn more may be offered an internship, co-op or full-time position to return the following year.
Job Location & Travel:
- Field setting
- Travel approximately 80% of the time
No matter who you are or where you are, we have resources to meet your needs. As an intern, you will have access to a wide variety of programs to support you and help you thrive! Eligible programs and incentives include:
- Paid time off
- Mental Health and Wellbeing program
- Digital Learning Library
- Housing and Relocation Assistance for those that qualify
Your development is our priority. With our outstanding global network, you will establish relationships, acquire mentors, and build your professional contacts. Our program encourages networking opportunities that will benefit you now and in your future career. During the internship, you will also receive consistent support from university recruiting staff, mentors, colleagues, and your supervisor.
Our Vibrant Community
At Cargill, you will be a part of our vibrant global community with a culture that celebrates diversity. This reflects the clients we serve and generates an intellectually diverse set of employees. Business Resource Groups (BRGs) help us embrace our diversity, make our culture more inclusive and enhance our employees’ outstanding talents and perspectives to benefit our organization and employees.
Our U.S. Business Resource Groups Include
Asian Alliance Network, Cargill Young Professionals Network, Cargill Ability Network (iCAN), Cargill Ebony Council, Group Responsible for Orienting and Welcoming (GROW), Hispanic-Latino Council, Cargill Pride Network, Veterans & Military Support Network, and Cargill Women’s Network.
- Right to work in the U.S. that is not based solely on possession of a student visa or a visa sponsored by a third-party employer
- Currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited program in Animal Science, Agriculture Business or related degree graduating between December 2023 and May 2025
- Able to complete a 12-week internship in the summer (May/June – August 2023)
- A valid driver’s license within the U.S. and the ability to operate a motor vehicle
- One year of swine industry experience or general knowledge
- Proven leader, self-starter and strong analytical and conceptual skills
- Proven ability to work optimally with individuals from a diverse set of backgrounds and cultures
- Must possess a high degree of initiative and resourcefulness in completing work with limited guidance
- 2-3 years of swine industry experience
- GPA of 3.0 or higher based off a 4.0 scale
Cargill highly encourages vaccinations but does not mandate at this time. Upon hire, you will be asked to provide your vaccination status, and if unvaccinated or if you choose not to disclose, you would be expected to follow Cargill’s safety protocols for unvaccinated employees (i.e., mask mandates, and social distancing).
Equal Opportunity Employer, including Disability/Vet.