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Let's talk STEM careers!

 

Step into the captivating world of agriculture and STEM through these inspiring videos featuring people making waves and paving the way in these fields. Learn from their stories and experiences to get a clear picture of these cool careers and how to make your way into them!

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Feed Your Future 2023 presents Karen Schuett as she showcases her entrepreneurial spirit and the innovative technology behind turning manure lagoons into fresh water and valuable fertilizer.

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Feed Your Future 2023 presents Dr. Claire Windeyer as she discusses her career journey in veterinary medicine and professional development in STEM!

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Join us as we talk to Hyerin Hong, Student Recruiter at the University of Alberta. Hyerin showcases the many agriculture programs and student clubs offered at U of A. 

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Meet Kiera Young, Senior Vice President of Customers, Services and Products at MacDon! Follow along as she dives into all the different qualities that build strong leadership skills.
 

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Watch our interview with Karlyn Stuart—Manager of GHG Scope 3 Emissions and Environmental Footprint Nutrien. Stuart shares her own career journey in agriculture and how she helps Nutrien achieve their goals of feeding the future in an environmentally sustainable way.

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Join us as we talk to Debra McLennan, Food and Nutrition Coordinator at Alberta Pulse Growers. Debra shares her career journey as a dietitian in agriculture and how she now helps Alberta Pulse Growers achieve their goal of seeing "pulses on every farm, on every plate".

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Networking is an important part of any career. It helps you make connections and share information within the business world. Watch our interview with Kelly Smith-Fraser of NuHaven Cattle Co. for networking tips and tricks, as she takes you along on her journey of self-discovery and confidence building. 

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Download our Feed Your Future publication to uncover your values, explore a variety of agriculture and STEM career options and discover what pathways are available to you.

Includes helpful tips for resume building, networking and post-secondary options.

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The agriculture industry has been a vital part of the Canadian economy since the country's beginning. Today, it offers an extensive array of career pathways for the next generation

of workers, crucial in advancing the nation's goals of food security and sustainability. These diverse career paths in agriculture range from traditional roles like farming, animal husbandry, and crop cultivation to cutting-edge positions involving technology, research, sustainable practices, and environmental stewardship.

The industry's continuous innovation and growth present

vast and varied prospects for the next generation. Creating awareness about these opportunities is vital not only for propelling the industry forward but also for addressing the prevailing labor gap. By showcasing the wide range of

career options, we can attract and help secure job opportunities for young adults looking for rewarding and steady employment in this ever-evolving field.

Our downloadable publications serve as valuable tools, offering insights into specific career paths, educational requirements, job outlooks and the evolving landscape of

the agricultural industry.

 

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Looking for a job that will be:

  • Rewarding?

  • In demand?

  • Secure?

  • Impactful?

  • The right fit for your lifestyle?
     

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What does a career in agriculture look like?

Watch the videos below to learn about some interesting careers in agriculture and STEM!

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