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Become an Agricultural Educator

There are many ways to become an agriculture teacher in South Carolina. Visit the Steps to becoming an Agricultural Educator page to explore the various pathways to this rewarding career!

Steps to Becoming an Agricultural Educator
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What’s It Like to Teach Agriculture?

There is a high level of interaction between students and the agricultural education faculty at Clemson University. School-based agricultural education program observation opportunities begin your first year and you have the opportunity to learn enhanced technical skills from experts in the College of Agriculture, Forestry, and Life Sciences.


South Carolina AG ED

In South Carolina, Clemson Extension staff supervise the Agricultural Education programs.


Save the date for the NAAE National #TeachAg Day, Thursday, September 21, 2023.

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Future AG Teacher’s Creed

I am a future agricultural educator by choice and not by chance. I believe in the future of agriculture and know it is in the hands of the next generation. I will use my passion to inspire and change the lives of young agriculturalists, just as my agricultural education teacher before me. I realize I…

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Teaching Agriculture is a Great Lifestyle

Teaching agriculture allows you to share your passion for the industry with the next generation. You will be able to create hands-on lessons to explore topics in animal science, horticulture, mechanics, and many others. Clemson University is the best place to prepare you for a career in agricultural education. Majoring in agricultural education here allows…

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