21 Sep ND Soybean Council Welcomes New Marketing Communications Intern
“After pausing our internship program during COVID, we are excited to have the program back in 2022,” says NDSC Executive Director Stephanie Sinner. “The NDSC is proud to be able to offer internships to students in North Dakota who are interested in learning more about the soybean industry and preparing for a career in agriculture.”
Duchscher is originally from Rugby, North Dakota, and is currently a freshman at North Dakota State University majoring in marketing. She brings knowledge about the soybean industry through her family farm and marketing intern experience with Gooseneck Implement, a John Deere dealer in Rugby. Duchscher is currently serving as the North Dakota FFA state secretary, where she promotes FFA activities and programs to students across the state.
“We are delighted to have Katelyn as part of our team, and we are looking forward to the expertise she brings from her role as a state FFA officer, her past work experience, and growing up on and helping on a family farm,” Sinner states.
“I am beyond excited to be given the opportunity to work with the North Dakota Soybean Council through their internship program,” explains Duchscher. “This program allows me to gain on-the-job experience in my selected career field as well as attend school full time. I cannot wait to meet growers, collaborate with my co-workers, and expand my knowledge on both marketing practices and the soybean industry in North Dakota.”