A pipeline of workers with the right skill sets, ideas and innovations grounded in foundational industry knowledge are critical components to sustaining the Agriculture, Water, and Environmental Technology sector. Our initiative creates a pipeline of educated and skilled individuals, starting with agriculture education programs in high school, moving to education or training at the post-secondary level, and ending in a viable career, through a variety of strategies with our partners.
Events & Competitions
Collegiate Agriculture Leaders 2017 Fall Leadership Conference CSU Chico
Date: October 13-14, 2017
Location: Check-in at Agriculture Pavillion
Commencement:12:30 Lunch and Registration
Adjourn: 1:00 PM Saturday October 14
Friday Lunch, Dinner, and Saturday Breakfast provide
Collegiate Agriculture Leaders 2017 Spring Competition
Date:Friday, March 3, 2017
Location:College of the Sequoias Tulare Campus
QUIZ BOWL EXCEL SHEET LINK:
In order to participate in the competition colleges must submit 50 questions for each area of the quiz bowl; Ag Mechanics, Ag Business, Plant and Soil Science, Horticulture, Animal Science, Forestry & Natural Resources. Hold your cursor over the Quiz Bowl header above and click link to download the excel sheet.
Cost:$25.00 per person
Please e-mail Charlie Abee at email@example.com by Friday, February 17th, no later than 5 PM. Please included the registration information.
(Late registration will not be able to participate)
Checks can be mailed or handed in on the day of competition.
Please have the checks made payable to:
College of the Sequoias
4999 E. Bardsley Ave.
Tulare, CA 93274
Invitation Letter from COS
7-8 AM check in and Continental Breakfast
8:15 AM contests begin
12:30 PM lunch
2 PM awards
2017 Job Descriptions
The post-secondary division of the California Agriculture Teachers Association leads a student leadership committee where student events are organized. Annually the committee plans the spring student competitions and events designed to promote leadership and career development. The Spring Competition is hosted by a different college each year. Below is a list of competitions and a link to their guidelines.
Prepared Public Speaking
Extemporaneous Public Speaking
Collegiate Agriculture Leaders
The Collegiate Agriculture Leaders (CAL) is a statewide student organization that promotes leadership and career awareness in the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Environmental Technology sector. Additional CAL events have included a statewide leadership training conference and industry tours. All of these events serve to provide students with opportunity to excel outside of the classroom.
Click on the following links to download a PDF of the career reference sheets.
Resume Writing Styles
Online Job Search
Effective Cover Letters
Water & Wastewater Technology Programs prepare and certify students for the municipal drinking water and wastewater treatment departments and industrial treatment facilities.Click here to view certificates and degrees offered throughout California.
Agriculture and Natural Resources Programs offer traditional education attainment as well as industry certification preparation in a variety of disciplines, including, high wage careers such as heavy equipment operators, Landscape Auditors, Pest Control Advisors, Agriculture Sales representatives, and many more.Click here to learn more.