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Career Resources

100% of our students get a job within six months of graduation. Starting salary is $45,000 – $50,000 with a wide variety of career options!

Sustainability Mastermind

Sustainability Mastermind
  • Agricultural Climatologist
  • GPS Training Specialist
  • Research Assistant
  • District Conservationist
  • Research Station Superintendent
  • Environment Scientist
  • Range Manager
  • Lab Technician
  • Farm Loan Officer
  • Crop Production Specialist
  • Field Representative
  • Field Production Specialist
  • Seed Production Manager
  • Biotechnology Technician
  • Fertilizer Plant Manager
  • Chemical Sales Representative
  • Biological Science Technician
  • Farm Manager
  • Agronomist Sales
  • Agronomist

Plant Whisperer

Plant Whisperer
  • Weed Scientist
  • District Seed Manager
  • Golf Course Superintendent
  • Grain Laboratory Technician
  • Seed Analyst
  • Territory Sales Manager
  • Production Scientist
  • Turfgrass Specialist
  • National Park Technician
  • Physical Science Technician
  • Soybean Researcher
  • Crop Consultant

Soil Superstar

Soil Superstar
  • Soil and Water Consultant
  • Soil and Water Conservationist
  • Soil Management Specialist
  • Land Use Consultant
  • Wetlands Soil Scientist
  • Forest Soil Scientist
  • Soil Classifier
  • Farmer

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Check out more information on our graduates careers from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences placement information.

Student Job Board

The largest agricultural career fair in the country is hosted by the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Career Services. Check it out in the Fall. They also help students land full-time jobs, part-time positions, internships and summer employment. Not to mention resume writing, interview prep and job searching tips!

Interested in working for Agronomy?

Want to get your hands dirty? Interested in research, or maybe you just need cash. Many faculty in Agronomy hire undergraduates to help with various aspects of research and project work. Fill out the Agronomy Employment Form and email it to