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2011 ATE Conference Panel Session
2011 ATE Conference Panel Session
2011 ATE Conference Panel Session
2011 ATE Conference Panel Session
2011 ATE Conference Panel Session
2011 ATE Conference Panel Session
2011 ATE Conference Panel Session
2011 ATE Conference Panel Session
2011 ATE Conference Panel Session
2011 ATE Conference Panel Session
2011 ATE Conference Panel Session
2011 ATE Conference Panel Session
2011 ATE Conference Panel Session
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2011 ATE Conference Panel Session

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Panel: Recruiting Students into Transforming Career Fields - Overcoming Stereotypes and PreConceived Notions

Panel: Recruiting Students into Transforming Career Fields - Overcoming Stereotypes and PreConceived Notions

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  1. 1 Recruiting Students into  Transforming Career Fields – f i i ld Overcoming Stereotypes and  Preconceived Notions i d i PREPARED BY JEAN HARA 5/20/2010
  2. 2 PANEL  Traci Sylva, PI, University of Hawaii  Rick Parker, Executive Director, Agrowknowledge ATE Center  Eric Spell, President, AgCareers.com E i S ll P id t A C PREPARED BY JEAN HARA 5/20/2010
  3. 3 O BJECTIVE Identify barriers and suggest  solutions for recruiting students  l i f ii d into careers with incorrect and  changing stereotypes h i PREPARED BY JEAN HARA 5/20/2010
  4. 4 Hawai‘i imports more than 80% of its food.  PREPARED BY JEAN HARA 5/20/2010
  5. 5 A C A D E M I C S U B J E C T C E RT I F I C AT E Since 1992, diversified agriculture has grown and  Since 1992 diversified agriculture has grown and provided many opportunities for new agriculture  business, becoming a major part of today’s  agriculture industry in Hawai‘i, as sugar and  pineapple has decreased.  Hydroponic Cucumber Chrysanthemum PREPARED BY JEAN HARA 5/20/2010
  6. 6 PREPARED BY JEAN HARA 5/20/2010
  7. 7 PREPARED BY JEAN HARA 5/20/2010
  8. 8 TECHNICAL CAREERS A C A D E M I C S U B J E C T C E RT I F I C AT E Growth in agriculture means more technician‐level  g jobs in the industry.  Average starting salary $30,000. Crew Supervisor Grower Estate Gardener Integrated Pest Management  (IPM) Specialist Fertilizer Technician Fertilizer Technician Irrigation Technician Irrigation Technician Field Technician/Supervisor Laboratory Technician Garden Center Manager Garden Center Manager Landscape Maintenance  Landscape Maintenance Technician Greenhouse Manager Production Technician Grounds Manager PREPARED BY JEAN HARA 5/20/2010
  9. 9 A C A D E M I C S U B J E C T C E RT I F I C AT E Crops Replacing Sugar  Crops Replacing Sugar and Pineapple Hawai‘i (Big) Island H i‘i (Bi ) I l d  Eucalyptus trees  Tropical fruits, mainly papaya,  Tropical fruits mainly papaya rambutan  Sweet potatoRambutan  Macadamia  Tropical foliage and flowers Papaya  Coffee  Pasture PREPARED BY JEAN HARA 5/20/2010
  10. 10 A C A D E M I C S U B J E C T C E RT I F I C AT E Maui  Seed crops, mainly corn  Turf grass  Lavender protea strawberry Lavender, protea, strawberry  Coffee  Pasture  Vegetables and fruits Vegetables and fruits Lavender Kaua‘i  Seed crops, mainly corn Seed crops, mainly corn  Pasture  Biomass trees  Coffee  Shrimp Coffee PREPARED BY JEAN HARA 5/20/2010
  11. 11 A C A D E M I C S U B J E C T C E RT I F I C AT E O‘ahu  Seed crops, mainly corn VVegetables, mainly tomato, pepper,  t bl i l t t watermelon, leafy greens, herbs  Coffee  Cacao  Tropical fruits p  Pasture  Shrimp Hydroponic Butter Lettuce 5/20/2010 PREPARED BY JEAN HARA
  12. 12 A C A D E M I C S U B J E C T C E RT I F I C AT E Moloka‘i  Seed crops, mainly corn  Coffee  Tropical fruits  Sweet potato  Vegetables Lanai  Diversified agriculture Banana PREPARED BY JEAN HARA 5/20/2010
  13. 13 A C A D E M I C S U B J E C T C E RT I F I C AT E What s Needed What’s Needed  Animal feed  Animal products p  More vegetable and tropical fruit  production (lychee, rambutan,  dragon fruit, longan) g , g ) Basil  Expansion of seed industry to Dragon Fruit include additional crops  New crops for export p p  Ag tourism  Public and private research and  service  Biomass for biofuel Protea Longan PREPARED BY JEAN HARA 5/20/2010
  14. 14 A C A D E M I C S U B J E C T C E RT I F I C AT E PREPARED BY JEAN HARA 5/20/2010

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