Driscoll’s internship program was created to act as a direct pipeline for future Driscoll’s employment. We aim to provide our interns with a comprehensive Driscoll’s experience by blending direct employee mentorship, job-shadowing, workshops and real-world projects. Our goal is for our interns to cultivate their skills with hands-on experience designed to fit your career objectives, complements your academic work and enhances your learning and opportunities within our expanding fresh berry business.

The Driscoll’s Advantage

  • Gain hands-on experience by working on meaningful and impactful work
  • Attend workshops geared towards professional development and networking opportunities
  • Learn about different departments within Driscoll’s by job-shadowing and working in a highly-collaborative and global environment
  • Receive competitive pay, paid holidays, and the potential for relocation stipends
  • Gain university course credit (approvals required by university)

Internship Qualifications

  • Currently enrolled in an accredited college or university undergraduate (i.e. college Junior or Senior), graduate or Ph.D. Program to apply
  • Internships are available as early as Spring (March/April) and Summer (May/June) seasons. Assignments vary from a minimum of three months (12 weeks) to a maximum of six months (24 weeks)
  • Must be eligible to work in the United States

Open Intern Positions

1Matching Position(s)

Positions Location

Position:

Agronomy Intern

Location:

US - Watsonville, California