MJC Agriculture Department has a variety of extracurricular activities and clubs including:
Members of the Young Farmers Club enjoy activities throughout the year that serve to bridge the gap between high school age and young adulthood by providing the MJC Agriculture students the opportunity to meet and connect with people of their same interests and general age.
- Foster student social relationships
- Encourage student involvement
- Promote industry connections
- Develop cooperation with the community
- Young Farmer Scholarship Opportunity
- See more on our MJC Young Farmer Facebook & Instagram pages!
Fall 2021 Officer Team:
Congratulations! The Fall 2021 Young Farmer Officer Team has been elected as follows:
(From Left to Right): President: Selina Lopes; Vice President: Jenna Love; Secretary: Kylie Miller; Treasurer: Joshua Hack; Reporter: Megan Azevedo; Historian: Natalie Reyes; ICC Rep: Julia Scarborough
Fall 2020 Officer Team:
President - Allison Nunes, Vice President - Cece Trejo, Vice President - Ashlee Pike, Secretary - Gianna Azevedo, Treasurer - Katie Coe, Reporter - Selina Lopes, Historian - Lillanna Cruz, ICC Representative - Daniel Peden
Spring 2020 Officer Team:
Co-Advisor Steve Amador, Secretary Marcus Marsigli, Vice President Megan Yoder, President: Abigail Douglas, Treasurer Kaci Walker, Reporter Allison Nunes, Historian Josephina Cervantes, ICC Rep Elizabeth Merenda, Co-Advisor Marlies Boyd
Pullin' Pirates: includes annual MJC Truck Pull
Activities include Winter Classic (Cattle) and Spring Classic (Swine, Sheep & Goats)
Jackpots, Livestock Judging Team, etc.
See more on our Animal Science Highlights and News Page
Activities include the Dairy Replacement Heifer Sale (held every other year in October), Judging Teams, bowling, and more
Environmental Horticulture Science
Activities include club meetings, the Annual Plant Sale, field trips, and more
Activities include club meetings, bowling (see above with dairy), senior day, chicken
barbeque, PEPA conference, poultry shows, field day, and more