Central State University is the forefront of sustainable agriculture and farm industry innovation, with an unwavering commitment to promoting interest in farming careers. The University has been awarded a substantial grant of $10 million by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. This grant is crucial in facilitating the recruitment, education, training, and retention of a wide-ranging cohort of upcoming food and agriculture experts.
Central State is fully committed to promoting farming among K-12 students and providing exceptional internship opportunities for undergraduates. The University is confident in its ability to achieve this mission through well-structured summer camps that aim to generate interest in agriculture. As part of its continued growth and development, Central State plans to establish a robust program in entomology and soil sciences in the near future and accept its first students in the fall of 2024.
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