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Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Attention middle and high school students! APHIS has opportunities for you.
If you’re 12–17 years old, check out AgDiscovery! Held each summer at more than 20 colleges and universities throughout the country, this program offers a unique opportunity to explore careers in agriculture. Watch our video and learn more.
Safeguarding Natural Heritage
Are you 13–17 years old? Explore the many careers in agriculture through this 2-week summer program, held at Tribal Colleges and Universities and Native American-Serving Institutions nationwide each year. Learn more.