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Northern International Livestock Exposition offers internships

Montana

The Northern International Livestock Exposition is now taking applications for participants in the 2013 NILE Internship Program. The internship program provides the opportunity to gain training and work experience in the livestock and equine industries as well as events based business through The NILE Stock Show and Rodeo in Billings, Mont.

New this year is the opportunity for interns to earn financial scholarships through the NILE Foundation. Scholarships will be awarded to interns upon successful completion of the internship.

The NILE will select three college students to serve as 2013 interns. Interns will be hired in the areas of Competitive Event Internship-Livestock Emphasis, Competitive Events Internship-Equine Emphasis, and Rodeo Relations.

During the program duration, interns will have the opportunity to assist in all aspects of event planning and execution for The NILE Stock Show and Rodeo. Any college-aged student who is a sophomore, junior or senior is eligible to apply with preference given to those with an agricultural degree program or background.

All applications must be postmarked by Sept. 13 and interns will be announced shortly thereafter. An application is available online at www.thenile.org or by calling the NILE office at 406-256-2495.

Date: 3/18/2013



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