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Delaware State University

Delaware State University

JULY 7–20, 2019

Learn about the business aspects of protecting plants and animals while exploring careers in agribusiness. This program is a comprehensive agriculture business experience, which allows youth to gain valuable hands-on information through unique learning challenges. It offers an opportunity to fully understand the inner workings of various careers in agriculture. Students will live on the Delaware State University (DSU) campus in Dover and learn about a variety of administrative professions from university professors and agriculture employees.

DSU has a long and proud history as one of America’s HBCUs. It has a blend of both long-standing traditions and growing diversity. Founded in 1891 as the State College for Colored Students, DSU takes pride in its heritage as one of the country’s first land-grant educational institutions, rooted early on in agriculture and education. DSU’s current population includes 67-percent African-American enrollment and an increasing number of Caucasian, Hispanic, Asian, and international students. With a changing world comes a changing campus, and DSU prepares its students for the global challenges of the new millennium and beyond. The university is a welcome center of learning for people from many cultural backgrounds who speak several different languages and dialects. A melting pot for education, DSU today remains well in the vanguard of other 4-year institutions throughout the region and country. In keeping with the DSU motto, our students are truly “making their mark on the world.”

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