Wenig interning with Farm Credit Services


Stacie Wenig has been hired as an intern at the Washington Court House office of Farm Credit Services of
Mid-America. She is one of 10 interns who will be working out of the agricultural financial
institution’s office located in Washington Court House this summer.
The former Bowling Green resident is a graduating senior from Ohio State University in agribusiness and
applied economics.
Wenig and the other interns are getting the opportunity to work and learn in a real work environment with
mentors and professionals who work in their respective fields of study.
She plans on attending graduate school in the fall.
Wenig is participating in many aspects of the lending business, attending sales meetings, and completing
specialized projects. Particularly, she has spent much time developing a marketing database for
prospective customers in Highland County.
"Certainly job experience is one benefit of Farm Credit’s college intern program," said Jeff
Hoak, Financial Services with Farm Credit Services who is mentoring Wenig.
Hoak added, "But the interns also get the added benefit of interesting research projects,
cross-training, and many networking opportunities with other interns through Farm Credit’s four-state
The intern program is designed to help college students obtain practical experience to help them as they
enter the competitive job market.

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