AgFirst interns receive Launching Leaders stipend
Four AgFirst interns have been selected to receive stipends from the Farm Credit Council’s inaugural Launching Leaders Stipend program. Hermela Gebremedhin, Jasmine Glisson, Alexis Mack and Andjela Mihajlovic each will receive $3,500 to offset living costs associated with the internship.
The stipend is available to Farm Credit interns who are students at, or recent graduates of, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU).
AgFirst is proud of each of these student interns. Read more about them below:
- Jasmine Glisson is an application development intern. She is a senior at South Carolina State University majoring in computer science with a focus on cybersecurity.
- Alexis Mack is an application development intern spending her second summer interning with AgFirst. She is a senior at Claflin University pursuing a degree in applied mathematics and a minor in computer science.
- Hermela Gebremedhin serves as an IT intern also in her second year with AgFirst. Hermela is a senior at Benedict College majoring in computer engineering.
- Andjela Mihajlovic is an application development intern. She is a senior at South Carolina State University majoring in computer science and minoring in cybersecurity.
The Launching Leaders Stipend is part of Farm Credit’s commitment to the HBCU Partnership Challenge, a public pledge through which organizations commit to creating or deepening relationships with HBCUs with a goal of recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce from these institutions.
Visit agfirst.com/careers to find internships and other opportunities at AgFirst Farm Credit Bank.