• Earn up to six college credits (only at the Mount Morris CTE Center).  Third-year science credit is available. 

    This career and technical education program focuses on the production, processing, marketing, distribution, and development of commodities and resources within the agricultural field. This includes food, natural resources, horticulture, wood products, and plant and animal resources.

    Careers in this field will involve working outdoors, around animals and livestock, and with high-tech equipment. Many of these careers will involve computer knowledge and the ability to effectively communicate with people. It is a continuously growing and evolving industry.

    Possible careers include animal breeders, animal scientists, environmental engineers, environmental science and protection technicians, forest conservation technicians, water resource specialists, agricultural equipment operators, farm equipment mechanics, and service technicians.

    This program is only offered at the Mount Morris Career and Technical Education Center.

    Jackie Jurek, Instructor
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    Gail Valentino, Teacher Aide