Future Ag Leaders
Today’s guest blogger is Tyler Romoser, Case IH combine marketing intern who grew up with red iron on his family’s farm. Tyler is majoring in ag systems technology at Iowa State University, and has spent his last three summers as a Case IH intern. (more…)
Today’s guest blogger is Aleksandr Jogerst, marketing events intern – and one of a dozen Case IH interns working in Racine this summer. We’ve asked all interns interested in sharing a little about their experiences this summer to write up a post for the Be Ready blog. Aleksandr responded first. He’s majoring in sales and business marketing at Western Michigan University. (more…)
Case IH is proud to support the National FFA Organization New Century Farmer Conference.
Every July, selected young people from across the United States come to Des Moines, Iowa, for an intensive week of networking, educational presentations and hands-on experiences – all designed to help them Be Ready to be the next generation of farmers and agricultural leaders. (more…)
It’s National FFA Week and I want to alert FFA members, and all of those who support them, about a great opportunity to participate in the 2012 New Century Farmer Conference. Case IH is a sponsor of this five-day, intensive program that, in cooperation with the National FFA Foundation, is intended to help young, prospective agriculturalists see the exciting opportunities available to them in the 21st century. (more…)
Case IH recently presented the award of nine new Farmall® A tractors to the runners-up of the American Farm Bureau Federation’s (AFBF) 2012 Young Farmers & Ranchers Achievement Award, Discussion Meet and Excellence in Agriculture competitions. These finalists demonstrate the leadership and skills that farmers need to meet the difficulties of the evolving agriculture industry. We’re proud to partner with AFBF in recognizing these hard-working and committed individuals. (more…)
Thanks to an expanding population and growing need for food, a U.S. Department of Agriculture outlook report forecasts that five percent more college graduates with expertise in agricultural and food systems, renewable energy, and the environment will be needed from 2010 to 2015.
According to FeedstuffsFoodlink.com, “Optimistic Career Outlook Awaits Ag Graduates”, the USDA projects about 54,400 annual career openings nationally for individuals with college degrees in food, renewable resources, and environmental specialties through 2015.
What can ag grads expect for available occupational opportunities in the coming years? (more…)