Building Career-Interest Pipelines for Youth in the Food, Agricultural, Natural-Resource, and Health Sciences
Clemson Extension Program Team
Sustaining youth interest in one or more of the food, agricultural, natural-resource, and health and nutrition (FANH) professions requires career-interest pipelines that begins in elementary school and continue through secondary and post-secondary education. This paper discusses the many groups that conduct educational FANH programs and where more programs and collaboration are needed. Target audiences for this paper are students and adults involved with or interested in some aspect of youth education in the FANH sciences.
Land-Grant Press by Clemson Extension
ag education teachers, Extension county agents, public school teachers and counselors, university faculty, parents, ag organizations and businesses
Frederick JR, Eck C, Saldana F. Building Career-Interest Pipelines for Youth in the Food, Agricultural, Natural Resource, and Health Sciences Professions. Clemson (SC): Clemson Cooperative Extension, Land-Grant Press by Clemson Extension; 2023 Jun. LGP 1169. https://lgpress.clemson.edu/publication/building-career-interest-pipelines-for-youth-in-the-food-agricultural-natural-resource-and-health-sciences-professions/.