Horticulture Internship Program

The internship program provides University students with college credit for practical on-the-job training supervised by qualified professionals. Graduates have stated that practical experience has increased their motivation for learning due to greater awareness of the relevance between working and classroom instruction. Employers have stated that they prefer to hire students with meaningful work experiences. Students also appreciate opportunities that expose them to the latest techniques, equipment, and ideas provided by industry. The goal of the internship experience is to provide students these opportunities while providing industry with interested students that are developing into professionals.

Two Clemson Horticulture Majors Spent Weeks Working in Claude Monet’s Gardens
Mary Vargo works in a pond on Monet’s property
Clemson Students Make Impacts on Horticulture Industry
Clemson horticulture students Vincent Galatolo, Elizabeth Elmore, Annie Borlik, Dalton Holzheimer and Justin Revland deliver presentations at the South Carolina Landscape and Turfgrass Association’s Annual Conference and Trade Show in Columbia
Graduating Senior Set to Become 'World Traveling Gardener'
Elizabeth Elmore waters flowers in the greenhouses at the South Carolina Botanical Garden