Jackson Family Wines Shares Updates on Internship Program

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Jackson Family Wines today introduced the second of regular sustainability updates that will be released throughout 2018 to report progress against the company’s 2021 sustainability goals.

A progressive leader in environmentally and socially responsible business practices, Jackson Family Wines this month shares its efforts around its 2021 goal to develop an internship program. View the report here to learn more about:

  • What it’s like to have a paid internship at Jackson Family Wines

  • How Jackson Family Wines forged an innovative partnership with Net Impact to recruit summer 2018 interns through a sustainability case competition

The California-based company, known for its global portfolio of premium wineries with such beloved names as Kendall-Jackson, La Crema and Cambria, released its first Responsibility Report in September of 2016. 

The company’s cumulative sustainability progress will be summarized in a full collection in late 2018.

About Jackson Family Wines
Jackson Family Wines is a leading family-owned wine company with a penchant for exploration and stewardship. Founder Jess Jackson placed his faith in farming and a meticulous expression of wine with his first landscape-changing vintage in 1982, an ethos that chairman and proprietor Barbara Banke, the Jackson family and the company’s employees continue to uphold to this day. The family’s collection of 40 wineries span significant winegrowing regions across the globe, from California, Oregon, France and Italy in the northern hemisphere, to Australia, Chile and South Africa in the southern half of the globe. Artisan winemaking underscores a steadfast commitment to making exceptional wines. In each region, vineyard ownership remains key to consistent quality, conservation and stewardship for future generations and the communities around them. Visit Jackson Family Wines online to learn more.