- published: 14 Sep 2010
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Tom Mount describes his strategies for first generation students at YVCC.
Agriculture is big business in Washington State generating roughly $40 Billion dollars annually and employing over 160,000. Lerina Garza is a graduate of the Agriculture program at Yakima Valley Community College and now works for Tree Top in Selah. IT'S A BIG COMPANY, YOU KNOW YOU SEE THE COMMERCIALS YOU SEE IT EVERYWHERE SO IT'S NICE TO WORK FOR A COMPANY AND HAVE A CORPORATE OFFICE HERE LOCALLY. A strong background in science and math are valued tools when it comes to career opportunities in the Ag industry. MY TITLE IS XQF DOCUMENT ADMINISTRATOR WHAT I SPECIALIZE IN IS FOOD SAFETY. I TOOK ALL THE BASIC CHEMISTRIES, BIOLOGY, MICRO, PLANT SCIENCE, FOOD SCIENCE. AGRICULTURE ECONOMICS, BUSINESS MANAGEMENT, STATISTICS. As crop production and the wine industry continue to ...
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YVCC's Aerospace Machining Technology program prepare students for entry-level positions in the manufacturing industry. Students can earn an associate of applied science degree in aerospace machining technology or certificates for CNC operator or machining technology. http://yvcc.edu/machining