FFA Members Chosen For Prestigious Agriculture Internships

2011 USDA Wallace-Carver Intern Kyle Bohrer Beloit College Worked at National Animal Disease Center (Ames, IA)
2011 USDA Wallace-Carver Intern Trisha Collins of Iowa State University worked at National Animal Disease Center.
Zoe Anderson from Middlebury College interned at the Robert W. Holly Center for Agriculture and Health in Ithaca, New York.

2011 USDA Wallace-Carver Intern Kyle Bohrer Beloit College Worked at National Animal Disease Center (Ames, IA)

2011 USDA Wallace-Carver Intern Kyle Bohrer of Beloit College worked at National Animal Disease Center

2011 USDA Wallace-Carver Intern
Kyle Bohrer
Beloit College
Worked at National Animal Disease Center (Ames, IA)

2011 USDA Wallace-Carver Intern Trisha Collins of Iowa State University worked at National Animal Disease Center.

2011 USDA Wallace-Carver Intern Trisha Collins of Iowa State University worked at National Animal Disease Center.

2011 USDA Wallace-Carver Intern
Trisha Collins of Iowa State University
worked at National Animal Disease Center.

Zoe Anderson from Middlebury College interned at the Robert W. Holly Center for Agriculture and Health in Ithaca, New York.

Zoe Anderson from Middlebury College interned at the Robert W. Holly Center for Agriculture and Health in Ithaca, New York.

Zoe Anderson from Middlebury College interned at the Robert W. Holly Center for Agriculture and Health in Ithaca, New York.

Three FFA members were chosen this year to be 2011 U.S. Department of Agriculture Wallace-Carver interns, one of the most prestigious internship programs in the field of agriculture.

Trisha Collins from Iowa State University interned with the National Animal Disease Center in Ames, Iowa. Trisha is a member of the Pleasantville FFA chapter and a past state champion in the parliamentary procedure career development event.

Kyle Bohrer from Beloit College also interned at the National Animal Disease Center. As an FFA member in Medford, Minn., Kyle was named the state star in agriscience and was a state winner in the emerging agricultural technology proficiency program.

Zoe Anderson from Middlebury College interned at the Robert W. Holly Center for Agriculture and Health in Ithaca, New York. Zoe is a member of the New Visions TST BOCES FFA chapter in Ithaca, and she received first place in the New York agriscience exhibition.