Agriculture is truly the greatest industry to work in and I am thankful that I will be a part of the movement to educate the world about GMO's and biotechnology possibilities.
While in college, Bryce gained real world experience through two unique global internships. He spent one summer alleviating poverty through purchasing and distributing food to orphans and widows in Mozambique and then returned and worked on the farm bill in Washington D.C with Senator Mike Johanns.
After graduation Bryce will be working full-time for Dow AgroSciences at their world headquarters in Indianapolis, Indiana, where he is assigned to work on a biotechnology advocacy team where he will work closely with the United States Grains Council, National Corn Growers Association, CropLife America/International, U.S. Farmers and Ranchers and also work with USDA and members of congress in Washington D.C. on biotechnology issues. He is excited to work in agriculture.
Current Employer: Dow AgroSciences
- Study Abroad in Mozambique
- Farm Bill Internship with Sen. Mike Johanns