History of SAE

The Agricultural Education Education Model SAE Class/Lab Instruction FFA Supervised Agricultural

Experience Programs An Introduction Adapted from materials by: Bill Camp Cornell University Gary Moore North Carolina State University National FFA Organization SAEs are a great way to get classroom credit and FFA awards for doing things like exploring careers, earning money and

having fun! An SAE (Supervised Agricultural Experience) is a practical application of classroom concepts designed to provide real world experiences and develop skills in agriculturally related career areas. SAE programs consist of planned activities conducted outside of

class time designed to gain handson experience and develop skills in agricultural career areas that interest you. Examples of SAE Programs Operating a lawn care business Raising show lambs Working at a florist shop

Growing a cotton crop Designing a landscaping plan Conducting an experiment on rooting hormones Operating a pet sitting service Working with a

veterinarian Improving wildlife habitat What are the key components of SAE? Supervised: The role an adult fulfills to monitor the progress of a students program. Who?

Agriculture Teacher Parents Employers What are the key components of SAE? Agricultural: Projects with an SAE program that are based in some aspect of agriculture. Examples?

What are the key components of SAE? Experience: This refers to the role of the students work and energy that is put into the projects. Although SAEs are supervised, students still have the responsibility for the projects. Why Have a SAE Program?

Develop skills that can be used in getting a job Earn money Win FFA awards (FFA proficiency awards are based on your SAE) Develop skills to start your own business Obtain skills and knowledge that will be helpful in college More Reasons for SAE!

Learn more about possible careers Develop management skills Learn how to keep accurate records Advance in the FFA (FFA degrees are based on your SAE)

Improve decision making skills Develop skills that can be used as a hobby or for recreation. Exploratory-experiencing the big picture of agriculture and its many related careers. This type of program is great for beginning students and those who are uncertain about their interest, but others can also benefit.

Research/Experimentation - an SAE where you conduct research using the scientific process. Agriculture is a sciencebased industry and there are limitless opportunities for research-based SAEs. Placement - in this SAE you work for someone, either for pay or for the experience. These SAEs may be located in agribusinesses, school labs, farms and

ranches or in community facilities. Entrepreneurship - this type of SAE makes you a business owner. You plan and operate an agriculturally related enterprise or business. Examples include producing and marketing livestock, crops, nursery plants or forest products, providing a service such as lawn care, processing agricultural products, repair, design or

fabricating agriculturally related equipment. Supplementary Activities- a specific skill learned outside of normal class time that contributes to the agriculture skills and knowledge obtained by the student. Improvement Activities- a series of learning activities that improve the efficiency, value, use or appearance of

the place of employment, home, school or community. Match the Experience with the Type of SAE Exploratory Research/ Experimentation Ownership/ Entrepreneurship

Placement Working in a florist shop Owning a Christmas tree farm Comparing the effect of hormones on plant growth Shadowing a veterinarian on career day Growing and selling

bedding plants Working in school greenhouse after school Match the Experience with the Type of SAE Exploratory Research/ Experimentation Ownership/

Entrepreneurship Placement Working in a florist shop Owning a Christmas tree farm Comparing the effect of hormones on plant growth Shadowing a veterinarian on career day

Growing and selling bedding plants Working in school greenhouse after school Agribusiness Systems Agricultural Consultant Agricultural Economist Agricultural Loan Officer Farm Appraiser

International Agriculture Specialist Marketing Manager Commodity Broker Agricultural Sales Representative Animal Systems Animal Behaviorist Veterinarian Animal Nutritionist Farrier

Pet Shop Owner Biotechnology Systems Embryologist Geneticists Bio-information specialists Environmental and Natural Resource Systems Naturalist

Park Manager Forester Range Conservationist Food Products and Processing Systems Agriculture Inspector Food Scientist Food Safety specialist Microbiologist

Dietitian Plant Systems Agronomist Floral Designer Landscaper Landscape Contractor Landscape Architect Power, Structural and Technical

Systems Agricultural Aviator Machinery Service Technician Agricultural Engineer Land Surveyor Education and Communication Careers

Agricultural Extension Agent Agriculture Instructor Graphic Designer Journalist

Farm News Director Career Counselor Youth 4-H Leader

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