Monday, August 8, 2022

Elizabeth Moff graduated from the Ohio State University with a bachelor degree in food science.
Bill Brown, Kent State University

The most valuable tool I learned is business plan writing. You have to know your cost of production because, at the end of the day, you have to make money.
Melanie Snider

Location: Northampton, Pennsylvania College/University attended: Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, Pa. (2014) Major: Recreational therapy with a minor in psychology Career:  Recreational therapist at KidsPeace, a private...

Wes and Brandi Montgomery attended Wilmington College. For Wes, it was close to home so he could keep farming. Brandi was attracted to Wilmington's Ag Day.

Callie Taylor attended WVU Potomac State College with a major in agricultural business. She is now finishing her degree at Colorado State University.

Adam Bils graduated from the University of Northwestern Ohio with a degree in agricultural equipment technology.
Sara Kelley

Location: Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania College/University attended: Penn State University, State College, Pa. (2013) Major: Food science Career: Raw materials technologist at Mars Why did you choose Penn State University?...
Sara Tallmadge

Sara Tallmadge graduated from Stautzenberger College with a two-year veterinary technology degree.
Emily Gwin/Penn State University

Emily Gwin discovered that, even at a large university like Penn State, within the College of Agriculture, you could find your own niche and make a smaller, hands-on experience.
Chris Hogan, Ohio State University, WVU College of Law

Chris Hogan changed majors four times. Now, the Ohio State grad is focusing his law degree from West Virginia University in the area of ag law.