Jessica Sweet is the new Agriculture Student teacher at the Buhach Colony High School Agriculture Department. Ms. Sweet grew up in Livermore, CA where she lived and worked on her family’s cow-calf operation. She participated in the local 4-H and eventually FFA chapter showing a variety of species and participating in a variety of different contests and competitions and held a variety of different leadership positions. Not only was she active in 4-H and FFA but also in DECA, Girl Scouts, her church and Cattewomen’s, where she served as the National Beef Ambassador in 2011. In college she remained active in many different organizations at both Modesto Junior College and Fresno State, serving as the 2014-2015 Fresno State FFA Field Day President and a National FFA Agriculture Ambassador in 2014-2015. Besides being active at school Ms. Sweet loves to spend time with her family and friends, volunteer for a variety of different organizations, read and work on her family’s cattle ranch. Today, she is very excited to be student teaching at Buhach Colony High School, where she hopes to learn and grow with her students and is excited to begin her career as an agriculture educator.
Where did you go to college? What degrees or credentials do you have?
Modesto Junior College- A.S. in Agriculture Sales and Service, A.S. Agricultural Sciences and A.S. Agricultural Business
Fresno State- B.S. Agriculture Education; emphasis in Teacher Preparation
Fresno State- Post Bach. Agriculture Education Credential (Pending Spring 2016)
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