Highlights & Experiences from Jake Chisholm
Editor’s Note: The proceeding is the first installment of a three-part series highlighting Jake Chisholm’s summer of 2016, where he interned for the International Sugar Organization in London. In 2015 Jake received his B.S. degree from North Dakota State University, majoring in agricultural economics and minoring in crop and weed science. He is a grower for American Crystal and has been a member and officer in several ag organizations throughout his collegiate career. Jake also served as the American Sugarbeet Growers Association’s Cleavinger Intern in the summer of 2014 in Washington D.C. I believe Jake’s writings will offer a unique perspective within the sugar industry and insight to how both the industry and farming overall varies in the United Kingdom.
From May 29th until August 4th, I had the pleasure to intern for the International Sugar Organization (ISO) in London, UK. During my time there, I experienced the fundamentals and factors that are influencing the global sugar markets. This article, the first of three, will highlight the purpose of the ISO and what contributions I made while interning there.