This program is an intensive, individualized, and experiential education experience that includes the practical application of the formalized instructional competencies. Teacher supervision of the student's Supervised Agricultural Experience Program (SAEP) should be a major part of the summer program. Instruction on and use of the Agricultural Experience Tracker (AET) is mandatory as both students and teachers are required to keep a record of their Summer Agriculture Program with this software. All programs must be in compliance with the state law and rules as outlined in the document below.
Classroom teachers and summer interns will use the application to apply for an allocation for a Summer Agriculture Program (SAP). Application deadline is May 17, 2019.