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Agricultural Education & 4H Youth Development

1134 West 6th Street
Phone: (208) 885-6358
Fax: (208) 885-4039

Mailing Address:
Agricultural Education &
4H Youth Development
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 2040
Moscow, ID 83844-2040

State 4-H Contact

State 4-H Youth Development Contact Information

Mailing/Shipping Address:
4-H Youth Development
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive, MS 3015
Moscow, ID 83844-3015

Physical Address:
Mary E. Forney Hall
1210 Blake Avenue, Room 206
Moscow, ID 83844-3015

Phone: (208) 885-6321
Fax: (208) 885-4637

Department of Agricultural and Extension Education



Culdesac School District

Is hiring an Agricultural Education Instructor.  The application is available on the school district website: under Employment and Certified positions.

For more information contact Principal Shannon Morris at

Mountain View School District #224

Join our team at Mountain View School District #244 serving students at schools located in Elk City, Kooskia and Grangeville, Idaho.  We are currently accepting applications for:

Industrial Arts / Ag Science Instructor

To begin the application process, please visit

Homedale High School

** Vocational Agriculture (Vo-Ag/PTE) Teacher**

This position is going to open internally and externally.  If you are interested in this position, please submit a letter of interest (email is acceptable) and a appropriate application (if you don't already have one on file here at the district office).  Internal deadline 12:00 noon, Wednesday, April 9, 2014. 

Certificated Application:

Blackfoot High School

Secondary Agricultural Education Instructor position opening.  Position is currently posted online at:!employment/sitepage_7

Buhl High School

Secondary agricultural education instructor position opening.  More information coming soon.  Contact Ryan Bowman, Principal

Murtaugh High School

Murtaugh School District is searching for a Vocational Agriculture Instructor (VoAg) for the 2014-15 school year. Our District is progressive with one to one devices and small classes. We recently passed a bond and are constructing a new Ag Building for the 14-15 school year. Applicants need to have an Idaho teaching certificate and be fully certified to teach in the field. Please send your resume to or call Michele Capps for more information at 208-432-5233.

Kellogg High School

Agriculture Science and Technology Instructor:

This is a full time position with benefits.  Selected candidate will work with students in areas of instruction that may include: introduction to agricultural education, agricultural mechanics, operation and controls of electric motors and hydraulics, welding, small engines, and agricultural machinery.   

For more information contact Curt Bayer: 

Madison Sr. High School is now taking applications for the following position.

Animal Science/Shop Teacher - duties include teaching classes in animal science, small animal care, shop instruction, and leadership. Must be science and Ag endorsed. FFA advisement will be required, but will be shared with three other advisors. Extended contract is available and will be negotiated at the time of hire. For more information, please see the online posting at:

Contact Mike Bennett 208-313-3211

Kimberly High School, Kimberly, Idaho

The Kimberly School District, located in Kimberly Idaho, is currently searching for an agricultural instructor to fill a position in its agricultural education department. 

The Kimberly School District is located outside of Twin Falls in the Magic Valley Region of Idaho.  The Magic Valley has continued to see an increase in the growth of its agriculture sector and most recently significant growth in the area of food processing.  The local economy is highly influenced by the dairy industry, row crop farming, manufacturing and tourism.

The Kimberly School District has a strong reputation in the local area and attracts many families who are new to the area.  This reputation has resulted in an increase in student populations, throughout the district, increasing the need for additional buildings and staff.  The Kimberly School Board is dedicated to supporting a rigorous curriculum and to continue to fill the needs through staffing and construction. 

The agriculture facility at Kimberly High School was constructed four years ago and developed to handle additional growth in the future.  The program offers a diverse array of classes, to over 70% of the students that attend Kimberly High School, providing students with a hands on environment for agricultural education.  The program provides curriculum ranging from agricultural mechanics to science based curriculum providing state science credit for students.  The program cooperates with post-secondary institutions to provide both dual and technical credit and collaborates with other departments to implement district wide areas of emphasis.

The Kimberly FFA Chapter has grown to include 100 plus members and been recognized as a 3 star chapter by the National FFA Organization.  Chapter members have experienced success through serving the state in leadership positions, career development events (multiple state winners and national top 5 finishes), community service, and chapter recreational events.

The addition of this position will allow the program to reach students at the middle school level and expand course offerings to high school students.  The ideal candidate would be willing to contribute to the success of the program by working as a team player to expand all areas of the agricultural education model.  This individual would have a strong background in animal science, natural resources management, and agricultural business. 


Idaho Vocational Agriculture Certification (or ability to obtain)

                Natural Science and Consumer Economics (preferred but not required)

A background in agriculture or agricultural education

Willingness to act as co-advisor for the FFA Chapter and participate in student SAE projects

Willingness to participate in career development activities and professional associations

Willingness to take on leadership roles within the school


Placement on district salary schedule as per education and experience

FFA Stipend

Extended Contract

For More information contact:                        For information on the application process, 
Megan Garner (principal) 208-423-4170ext3142                salary, benefits contact:
Heather Hopkins (lead instructor) 208-731-5485                 Cathy Cooper 208-423-4170ext3308
Cody Porath (instructor) 208-404-4453                              or visit

Burley High School, Burley, Idaho

Full time Agricultural Science & Technology Instructor/ FFA Advisor

Courses taught by this position include

  • Ag Biology
  • Intro to Ag Industry
  • Into to Ag Mechanics

A strong candidate will have agriculture and science endorsements. Extended contract is available.

Burley Ag Program is looking forward to completing it's new animal science building in the near future. The new building has a classroom, two offices, wet lab, and indoor arena. This new facility is in addition to the existing ag building which houses two classrooms, two offices, and a shop. A headhouse, greenhouse, and two cold frames are also part of the facilities. The program is looking to expand it's Animal Science pathway so future classes could include advanced animal science, reproduction, nutrition, livestock management, veterinary technology, etc.

There are around 300 students in the Burley Ag Program and it boasts an active and involved advisory/alumni group. This program has great resources and is looking for a person that works well as part of a team (three teacher department).

The position will be posted within the week at . Contact Vice Principal Mr. Levi Power at Burley High School 208-878-6606 or Mr. Power was just selected to be the Principal for next school year upon the retirement of our current principal. You can also contact Lex Godfrey at or Sam Condie at or myself with any questions. 

Other Sites for Positions


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Interested individuals should contact Brad King, the Montana Agricultural Education Specialist. He is willing to email updates of teaching positions available in Montana if you send him your contact information (e-mail address and phone number) His office number is 406-444-4451 and his email is




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