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Meet our 2024 Summer Interns

This summer AgCredit has hired 5 interns in various departments and offices within the cooperative. Be sure to keep an eye out for them if you visit your local office or see them at an event throughout the summer. Learn more about each of them below.

Agnes Durliat, Administrative Intern, Fostoria Administrative Office

Agnes Durliat grew up on her family’s farm with her parents and three siblings, participating in 4-H on the county and state level. She will graduate from The Ohio State University this fall with a degree in Animal Sciences, minoring in Agribusiness. At Ohio State, Agnes is an active member of the Agribusiness Club, Saddle and Sirloin, and CRU @ OSU. She enjoys spending time with friends and family and is looking forward to finding a job that can support her in the agricultural field.

Anna Meyer, Marketing Intern, Fostoria Administrative Office

Anna Meyer grew up on her family’s grain farm with her parents, older sister, and twin brother in Cygnet, OH. Through involvement in the farm, FFA and 4-H, she has found a deep appreciation for and connection to the agricultural community. Anna will be a sophomore at The Ohio State University in the fall, studying agricultural communication. At Ohio State Anna is an active member of the Sigma Alpha Agricultural Professional Sorority, Agribusiness Club, Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow, and the Food, Agriculture, and Environmental Sciences Living-Learning Community. Anna enjoys spending time with friends and family. Her career goal is to always be involved in the agricultural industry and work closely with its community members, specifically in the communications and marketing sectors.

Justin Siebeneck, Credit Analyst Intern, Ottawa Office

Justin Siebeneck grew up on his family’s grain and livestock farm in Kalida, OH with his parents and five siblings. Justin will be a junior in the fall at The University of Toledo, majoring in finance and minoring in marketing. At school, he is involved in a business organization for management, marketing, and business majors that assists in professional development through service projects, workshops, job fairs, and more. Justin enjoys golfing as well as spending time with friends and family. Justin’s career aspirations include working his way up in a respected company within the financial realm. 

Emily Stevens, Branch Intern, Norwalk Office

Emily Stevens grew up on her family’s grain and livestock farm with her parents and younger brother. Her industry involvement stems from crop farming, hog operations, cattle, showing and raising sheep, as well as country, state, and national level shows through FFA and 4-H. Emily recently graduated from Northern Oklahoma College with an associate degree in Agribusiness. She will be pursuing her bachelor’s degree in Agribusiness at Kansas State University in the fall. Emily enjoys attending sheep shows with her family and cooking. Emily strives to find a career within a loan office and be involved with appraisal work. 

Robert Walther, Training Intern, Fostoria Administrative Office

Robert Walther grew up on his family’s farm and was active in 4-H and FFA. Robert attends Purdue University and will be a senior in the fall studying ag business with a concentration in finance. At Purdue he is involved in the Ag Business Club, Purdue Ag Council, and is also on the Purdue Grand Prix Team. Robert enjoys taking his dog for walks and would like to pursue a career in ag lending.