Internship

Dacotah Grown is a 10 week internship program beginning in May each spring and ending in August. In this program you will experience all aspects of banking, from financing the farm to working with small businesses. You will learn to build relationships and collaborate with others. Your primary responsibility will be learning by shadowing departmants within the bank. Witness how departments work together to ensure a successful organization. Learn the importance of customer service and how to build trustworthy relationships with our customers.

Start your career here and find out why:
It's good to be in Dakota Territory.

Lending Intern Program

Program

  • Introduction to lending and loan policy
  • Credit administration and underwriting
  • Introduction to appraisal and special assets
  • Credit review and risk management
  • Participate in a management round-table
  • Participate in customer visits
  • Soft skills and personal development
  • Flexible learning opportunities
  • Internship presentation

 

Requirements

To qualify for this program the following criteria must be met:

  • Full-time undergraduate student attending an accredited college, university or technical school
  • Available to work in Aberdeen, SD for 10 weeks
  • Majoring in Banking and Finance, Business, Accounting, Economics, Agribusiness, or related major
  • Preference will be given to applicants who have completed core business classes such as Accounting I and II along with Economics classes
  • Course credit will be available

 

Compensation

  • Competitive compensation
  • Perks
  • Housing stipend

To Apply Click Here

 

Other documentation to attach

  • Transcript
  • Resume
  • References

Include the required documentation along with a cover letter with your application.

Selected candidates will participate in Dacotah Bank's standard interviewing and prescreening process.


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