NCBA Seeking Interns for Cattle Industry Convention

NCBA Seeking Interns for Cattle Industry Convention

Intern would assist NCBA staff in working with media and attendees at the 2013 Cattle Industry Convention.

The National Cattlemen's Beef Association's government affairs office in Washington, D.C., is accepting applications for internships during the 2013 Cattle Industry Convention in Tampa, Fla., Feb. 6-9, 2013. The deadline to submit an application for this opportunity is Nov. 4, 2012.

The 2013 Cattle Industry Convention will be the 115th annual convention. The convention and trade show create a unique environment for cattle industry members to come together to network and create policy for the industry.

Interns will assist with the 2013 Cattle Industry Convention (2012 photo - credit NCBA)

"Our internship positions provide a unique opportunity for students to gain first-hand experience and to interact with leaders from every segment of the cattle and beef industry," said NCBA Public Policy Analyst Mallory Gaines. "The convention internship program provides an excellent opportunity to network with people throughout the beef industry. NCBA strives to provide time for students to maximize their opportunities to network and learn." 

The annual Cattle Industry Convention attracts more than 5,500 attendees and a trade show with more than 250 booths. Interns are offered a unique, behind-the-scenes experience of setting up the trade show, working at the NCBA-Political Action Committee booth, assisting with the NCBA-PAC auction, helping members vote on NCBA policy, working with the media and helping to guide cattlemen and cattlewomen to convention events.

The internship dates are Feb. 4-9, 2013. To apply, interested college juniors, seniors or graduate students should submit the convention internship application, a college transcript, two letters of recommendation and a resume to [email protected] More information and the internship application are available on NCBA's website.

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