J1 Soil Technician Training or Internship in the USA

Enhance your skills in the agronomy field in American culture.

Exclusive benefits of the program

STIPEND

Approx $9 - $13/hour. (differs from state to state & on the cost of living in that state)

NO BLOCKED ACCOUNT REQUIRED

No blocked account is required for this program.

ACCOMODATION

Employer provides a subsidized home to stay during internship/training

TRANSPORTATION

Employer provides a car for transportation during internship/training

Who should apply?

Age

18 - 25 Years (For Intern) 18-35Years (For Trainee)

Education

For Intern: Graduated a year ago or currently pursuing studies in Poultry/Piggery; For Trainee: Graduated with at least 1 year of work experience or 5 years of work experience in Poultry/Piggery.

Language

Fluent English communication skills

Driving License

Mandatory Availability of 4-wheeler driving license, issued at least a year prior to program start date

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Program Fees

₹2,85,520/-

  • The Price includes GST.
  • Skill loans are available.

What all is included in this program fee?

  • Screening and placement with a suitable Host Site.
  • Background and document check of candidates for Host Company.
  • Ongoing support from the WISE National office and local representative (once in the US) and from Magic Billion (in India).
  • DS-2019 for the Internship or Training program.
  • Complete Pre-arrival/departure materials and Pre-arrival/departure training.
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Do you fulfill all the above requirements?

Yes? Congratulations! You are eligible to apply for this life-changing program. Apply now & enhance your skills in the agronomy field in American culture.

Candidate Testimonials

Perks and Benefits

Role: Poultry/Piggery Intern or Trainee

Salary: 14,00,000 – 20,00,000 P.A.

Employment Type: Internship/ Traineeship

What do our clients say about us?

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READY TO APPLY FOR THIS LIFE-CHANGING PROGRAM BY MAGIC BILLION?

Don’t delay anymore, only a FEW SEATS LEFT!!!
Apply now & enhance your skills in the agronomy field in American culture.