Attention Horticulture Students!
Horticulture Internships Available in
Nursery and Greenhouse Management
** Limited openings – Call now to reserve your place in this year's program
Willoway Nurseries, Inc. is the largest wholesale nursery in Ohio and ranks among the top 40 in the United States. We have over 900 acres in production, with over 5 acres in our new, high-tech greenhouse. We produce over 4 million plants each year and ship to 22 states across the country.
Our paid horticulture internship program allows students a chance to work in all areas of our company including greenhouse, pot-in-pot production, pest & disease management, irrigation, inventory, shipping, sales, and at our distribution center: Premier Plant Solutions. Students who have declared a major in an Agriculture or Horticulture related program at a 2-4 year college or university with an internship program are eligible for internships at our nursery. Students should be focused on obtaining a career in nursery management, greenhouse management, plant health, landscape horticulture, floriculture, agribusiness, or have a similar career focus.
This is a hands-on learning experience. Interns will be expected to work in all types of weather and be on time to work. Attendance is very important and interns are treated like all other employees at Willoway. Our company is a drug free workplace; we have pre-employment and random drug testing. Your safety is important to us!
Willoway offers competitive wages to our interns and FREE housing is available! If you are accepted into our program, wage and housing information will be supplied to you.
Willoway Nurseries, Inc. is now accepting applications for the next internship season.
How to Apply for an Internship
Willoway generally hires interns for the spring and summer seasons (between the months of March and September). We are flexible with the time frame of your internship, but require at least a 10 week period.
Willoway Nurseries, Inc. Internship Program Requirements
- Declared major in Horticulture or Agriculture related program at a 2-4 year college or university
- Your college program must require an internship or offer it as an optional course for your benefit as a student
- School must have a contact advisor or professor and reporting structure
- Must be interviewed and accepted into the program based on industry knowledge and available positions
Students are encouraged to apply as early as possible before the spring season.
Interested interns should send their resume and a brief cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact Emily at 440/ 934-4435 ext. 2230 or via email if you would like to schedule a tour of the nursery or if you have any questions or concerns about our internship program.
MEET OUR 2022 INTERNS!
Kevin Faris- The Ohio State University
Jordan Lewis - Southeast Community College in Nebraska
Matthew Stropkey - Kent State
Mason Thomson - Lorain County Community College