Amanda Sturm

Agriscience Instructor

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The MACC Agriscience program is more than just plants and animals. It’s about learning where your food comes from and how to grow it. It’s also a great program to see if a career in agriscience is for you while learning leadership skills and meeting new friends though Montcalm’s only FFA chapter. MACC Agriscience can help bring your future into focus. 


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With this program you will:

  • Learn that 80% of jobs require some agriculture
  • Learn how each animal/plant is cared for differently
  • Be awarded with two certifications
  • Have second year internship opportunities
  • Take part in national conventions (only chapter in Montcalm county)
  • Earn a state degree in FFA

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Program Highlights

Agriscience comes with many benefits, including the following.

National Conventions (only chapter in Montcalm County)

In Agriscience, the FFA is a big part of the program, as you get to go to conventions and learn leadership skills, teamwork, and more about agriculture.

Second Year Internship Opportunities

In your second year of being at the Career Center, you have opportunities to apply for an internship. Agriscience is one of the programs that helps you further your education and your knowledge about the different career paths.

Scholarship Opportunities

By taking this class, you have an opportunity for scholarships through service learning and FFA. 

Plant and Animal Science

In the classroom, you get to learn about the anatomy of both plants and animals.

Learn to Take Care of Plants

In the classroom, you learn about plants and how to properly take care of them.

Hands-on Learning

While there is still classwork with books and presentations, there is also a lot of hands-on work where you are able to experience what you’d be doing in the field of agriscience.

Learn to Take Care of Animals

In the classroom, you learn about animals and how to properly take of them.