Looking to finish your education and enter a well paying, interesting career that can help make the world a better place? The career you’re looking for is ready for you – in food and agriculture!

The UN estimates that by the year 2050, the population of the earth will reach at least 9.5 billion, an increase of almost 2.5 billion people in 35 years. More people will demand better and easier access to food, while climate change may actually take away some of the land we need to grow it. That’s a problem, but you can be a part of the solution.

To feed the future, we need people like you - people willing to stand up and change the world. Without more young professionals entering the food and agriculture workforce, millions will go undernourished, or worse, without food at all. We will be unable to sustainably feed everyone. We need you to do your part by entering one of many amazing careers.

Explore this website and see others that were once like you – trying to find a way to make a difference in the world and have a career they enjoy at the same time. You’ll see other college students, professionals and professors who stood up to the challenges of the future. Learn more about your career choices post-graduation.

Employers are looking for people like you! You could be a soil scientist, an agronomist, a food scientist or an animal breeder, and those are just a few of the many great careers to choose from! Join the movement to create a sustainable food and agriculture system. Together we can feednourish and create a thriving future, for everyone.

“See what others are doing to feed, nourish and create a thriving future!”


  • Raymon Shange

    Tuskegee University

    Integrated Science

    Raymon Shange is an Assistant Professor of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences in the College of Agriculture, Environment and Nutrition…

  • Ronnie Green

    Ronnie Green

    Agriculture Education

    Dr. Ronnie D. Green began as interim Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at the University of Nebraska—Lincoln on July…

  • Sam Lentz

    Ivy Technical Community College

    Sam Lentz

    Sam Lentz is currently studying Agriculture Science at Ivy Tech Community College.  Sam spent his teenage years working on…

  • Sara Cox

    National FFA Organization

    Food Science

    Sara Cox has experimented in animal and food sciences through studies involving strawberry crown rot, African nightshade phytochemicals, hoof…

  • Stephen Baenziger

    Stephen Baenziger


    Stephen Baenziger is Eugene W. Price Distinguished Professor of Small Grains Breeding and Genetics at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln,…

  • Tess Hammock

    Tess Hammock

    Tess Hammock

    Name: Tess Hammock Place of Study: University of Georgia, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Where from: Forsyth, GA Youth Trustee,…

  • Tiffany Heng-Moss

    Tiffany Heng-Moss


    Since joining the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) faculty in 2001, Dr. Heng-Moss has developed and taught both undergraduate and…

  • Travis Lautner

    Des Moines Area Community College

    Agriculture Education

    Travis is the farm coordinator at Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC). His role includes looking after the day…

  • Vincent Asiago


    Vincent Asiago

    Vincent is currently working as a governance planning manager within Platform Management.

  • Zoey He


    Plant Breeder

    Hi, I’m Zoey and I work in Monsanto! My job involves high-throughput automated DNA analysis of plant and field…

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