Agriculture teachers work in a student- centered environment that allows them to take a hands on approach in making learning fun and meaningful to students.
High in Demand
There is is a need for agriculture teachers in California and other parts of the US. There were 13 offers made to each credential student this past year.
Agriculture teachers beginning salary is averaged $48,254.
Teach a Variety of Subjects
Subjects taught vary from day to day keeping the job exciting. Agriculture teachers teach business and industry, science labs, land labs, apprenticeships, farm and garden, and more!
Multiple Career Options
Agriculture science graduates have the opportunity to work in high school and community college agriculture programs or can continue to graduate studies in education, school administration, or agriculture.
Agriculture programs work in the community providing valuable, hands-on learning experiences to the students and benefit the community in which they live in.