Demand for agricultural education graduates exceeds supply; therefore, the possibility of multiple job offers is high. Starting salaries are as high as $40,000. While most of our graduates become teachers, others find employment with agricultural commodity organizations and government agencies. Here are a few possibilities: Secondary School Agriculture Instructor
Teach secondary school agricultural science and technology, maintain learning facilities, and oversee student projects in FFA and supervised agricultural experience. Youth Development Educator
Provide learning opportunities for 4-H, FFA, and other organizations serving youth. Marketing Specialist
Make decisions about marketing strategies and advertising for a farm cooperative, farm equipment manufacturer, trade group, or other agribusiness entity. Community Planning Consultant
Help rural areas create jobs and expand their economies.