Agriculture

ICC Career Panels

Learn more about careers in agriculture with these panels.

  • Careers in Ag Business
  • Chican@s and Latin@s in STEM

Careers related to agriculture involve all aspects of creating food.  Careers range from growing crops and raising food animals to seed breeding and animal genetics to food processing and product marketing. Soil and water scientists to food brokers are all involved with create. Explore your options and know your own unique interests, skills, and values.

Some possible job titles include:

  • Crop Scientist
  • Livestock Manager
  • Extension Service Advisor
  • Farm Supply Salesperson
  • Plant Biologist
  • Food Processing Engineer
  • International Agriculture Advisor
  • Greenhouse Manager
  • Youth Leader
  • Agriculture Inspector
  • Urban Garden Coordinator
  • Rancher
  • Ag Lender
  • Farm Land Appraiser
  • Agronomist
  • Precision Agriculture
  • Production And Logistics Coordinator
  • Horticulturalist
  • Resource Manager
  • Agricultural Educator
  • Economist
  • Lobbyist
  • Pest Control Advisor

Areas of Interest

The Occupational Outlook Handbook provides detailed information about career options in agricultural and animal research, marketing and management or in healthcare and veterinary medicine.

Related fields

If you are interested in careers relating to agriculture, you might also look at careers in: animal science, business and management, biological science, ecology and environment, food and beverage, government, international and nonprofit.

Major Information

To find out where fellow Aggies interned and found employment by major, use the ICC data pages.

Campus Organizations

Student organizations are a great place to connect with others exploring similar career interests. Use the keyword search in the Center for Student Involvement’s OrgSync database to find student organizations that relate to your interests.

Master’s and Ph.D. students, and postdoctoral scholars can participate in and take on leadership roles in campus organizations such as the Graduate Student Association, Chancellor’s Graduate and Professional Student Advisory Board and the Postdoctoral Scholar’s Association.

Professional Associations

Joining professional associations related to the industry you are interested in provides access to professionals in the field, and networking opportunities which can lead to potential jobs and internships. Many national associations have state and local chapters you can join. Involvement in associations can also provide you insider updates on industry trends and best practices. One of the best ways to identify relevant associations is to search for them online, but we have provided some resources below to get you started. Please note that this is not an exhaustive list.

Visit the ICC

If you need further guidance narrowing down your career interests, you can schedule an advising appointment.