- published: 15 Oct 2015
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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 ...
Dan Peters describes his strategies for first generational students' success.
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
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