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National Women in Agriculture
1701 N. Martin Luther King Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK
Posted: 662 days ago
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 4 Part-time, Unpaid

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National Women in Agriculture Association (“NWIAA”) is a professional minority owned and operated non-profit 501(c)3 organization. We have recently purchased the former McFarland YWCA building located at 1701 N. Martin Luther King Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73111. Interns are needed IMMEDIATELY to help us implement health and education initiatives.

Interns are asked to assist with community based fundraising for NWIAA’s Sustainable Science Academy. National Women in Agriculture’s innovative agriculture and agribusiness education have been such a positive influence on communities that the White House of the United States of America has invited us to participate in an agriculture national briefing and signing award ceremony to present our vision of promoting access to affordable and healthy food for all.


Agriculture urban practices and/or Agribusiness (review/revise contracts, agreements, policy and procedures, food policy legislation, civil rights, estate planning, trademark, business and international legal government affairs).


Interns from all majors are welcome to apply with us. Interns are expected to be available between 20-25 hours a week but we are willing to work around your student schedule. Our offices are open Monday-Friday. Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday our offices are open between the hours of 10 am -7pm; and Tuesday and Friday between the hours of 10 am - 5pm. This is not a paid internship, but this will be a great opportunity to build your resume which is a vital tool when seeking employment after graduation. Please visit our website at for more information about our organization. For internship inquires please contact our offices at (405) 424-4623 or email your resume to Come help us continue to make history.

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