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Power, Structural, and Technical Systems

Courses Grade Levels Courses Grade Levels
Exploratory Agriculture 8 Ag Welding II 10, 11, 12
Intro to Agriculture 9, 10, 11, 12 Ag Business 10, 11, 12
Ag Welding I 9, 10, 11, 12 Internship 11, 12

 

What competition opportunities are available?

FFA students compete in many types of competitions including livestock and meat judging, tractor trouble and others. You can run for office, do community service activities, and earn scholarships.

 

Are there other benefits to me in the Power Structure & Technology pathway?

YES! Start earning college credit now! Ag Welding and Ag Mechanics courses are eligible for dual credit enrollment with Barton County  Community College with NO TUITION charged to the student.

What careers are available and how much money can I make?

 

These are some of the careers possible with this career pathway.

Career Specialty Salary Range Education Requirements
Agricultural Educator $36-130K College Education
Diesel Mechanic $13 - 29/hr High School or Technical School (2 yr)
Heavy Equipment Operator $11-34/hr High School or Technical School (2 yr)
Welder $11-25/hr High School or Technical School (2 yr)

 

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Contact Information

Seth Stroman

Power, Structural, and Technical Systems Instructor

(620)892-5215 x 1

sethstroman@usd509.org