Central Farm Service (CFS) is pleased to welcome Sierra Spindler to their Agronomy Team.

Jun 02, 2023

Truman, May 31, 2023 - Central Farm Service (CFS) is offering up to three High School Students an opportunity to join their team right out of high school to begin a career in agriculture. The CFS Career Path Program offers cross-training opportunities and college tuition assistance.
"This a great opportunity for students to gain work experience, additional time to decide on a career path, and then tuition assistance to help them achieve it," states Dawn Abel, CFS Sr. Vice President of Human Resources.
Sierra Spindler was recognized by Steele Co Works and Owatonna High School Administration in front of family, friends, community members, and many others at the Steele Co. Works Signing Day Program on May 31, 2023, where KC Graner, SVP of Agronomy, and Dawn Abel, SVP of Human Resources, were present to watch Sierra sign her work contract and welcome her to CFS. Sierra is a 2023 Owatonna High School Graduate and has accepted a full-time role at Central Farm Service and will start her career in June. Her role will be multi-functional within our organization, and she will receive training across the CFS enterprise and learn new skills in Agronomy, Energy, Grain, and Feed business units to fill the role of a Cooperative Service Professional.
We are excited for Sierra to join the CFS team and begin her career in agriculture.

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