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Your college experience is dependent upon many factors. Finding your right major, becoming involved in activities and clubs that motivate and lead you, and exploring different avenues that lead you to a career you've always wanted are all integral pieces of your college experience. Let the experienced staff of the MJC Agriculture Department help find your path!
Are you interested in expanding your leadership skills
and having the opportunity to represent the Modesto
Junior College Agriculture Department?? Here's the link!
Young Farmer 2017 Spring Officer Application
Deadline: Thursday, December 1, 2016
WHITE eggs only:
$3 per dozen; $6 per flat (2 1/2 dozen)
Great size and quality
Thank you for your interest.
"One of the best quality cattle shows in the nation!"
The Modesto Junior College Agriculture and Enviornmental Sciences Division continues
to strive to provide the best!
California Career Pathways Trust grant of $15,000,000 to improve, expand and initiate Agricultural Mechanics, Agriscience and Ornamental Horticulture career pathways. The CRAECP Consortium consists of twenty-three high school districts which include thirty-six high schools; three community colleges (including MJC); and three universities. The program is providing nearly $500 million in career tech grants over two rounds of grants.
The focus of the CRAECP consortium grant is to blend academic and agricultural career technical education, connect employers with schools, and train students for jobs in high-demand fields associated with Agricultural Mechanics, Agriscience and Ornamental Horticulture.
The CRAECPC works with the region’s Agriculture, Water and Environmental Technology Deputy Sector Navigators, http://calagcc.org/, to provide outreach and partnership support to the community colleges; facilitate the endorsement of new credit Career Technical Education programs; and serves as a connection between local colleges and business.
Looking forward to a great Fall 2016 Semester!
Activities will be announced soon on our
Young Farmer web page.
8 AM - 12 NOON & 1 PM - 5 PM
FRI, SAT, SUN: CLOSED
Current Price List: Click HERE
MJC Agriculture ALUMNI LINK (more coming soon)
6-8 Young Farmers Club Elections
14 Young Farmer Holiday Dinner - ACE
12-16 Final Exams
17 Fall Semester Ends
23-Jan. 2 Winter Recess - College Closed
Web Site Ag Home Page: www.mjcag.com