SBG recruits currently enrolled or newly graduated men and women from top-tier science and research institutions across the nation to participate in our summer internship program. Interns join SBG’s team in Toppenish, Washington to form the backbone of SBG’s FOOTPRINTS™ brand management program.
While the majority of the time is spent on quality assurance in the hop fields, interns are also exposed to a myriad of educational modules and enrichment opportunities, which provide a holistic understanding of the hop industry. Weekly seminars on hop breeding, supply chain management, hop chemistry, pilot batch brewing, sensory analysis, and hop processing are interspersed throughout the regular regimen of eld scouting for male and o -type plants, mildews, mites, and other hop crop quality initiatives.
SBG actively works to facilitate each intern’s entrance into the career path that best ts their interests, and skills, helping to bolster the farming and brewing communities with young bright minds. SBG interns have secured positions at several organizations in both the brewing and farming industries.
If you are interested in a position in our internship program, please see employment page.