Discover STEM Careers in Ag
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Students interested in a STEM-related career in agriculture can go on an all-expense-paid tour of farming operations in the Coachella and Imperial valleys and Arizona this December. Photo courtesy of Western Growers.
Published Date: Oct 10, 2019 11:00:00 AM
Looking for a career that involves science, technology, engineering, and mathematics?
Explore a possible career in agriculture in a three-day tour of farming operations in the Coachella and Imperial valleys and Arizona.
The Dec. 16-18 trip is sponsored by Western Growers, which started the program in 2016 as a way to get college students interested in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM)-related careers in agriculture. Students from UC Davis and the University of Arizona also have participated in the tour.
Students interested in going on the all-expense-paid tour must fill out an application form and return it to Lisa Kessler, interim dean of the Huntley College of Agriculture, by Nov. 1.