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Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture (NCTA)

Curtis Nebraska; Frontier County

The Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture is devoted to a statewide mission of preparing students for successful careers in agriculture, veterinary technology and related industries. The college provides open access to innovative technical education resulting in associate degrees, certificates and other credentials.







Did You Know?

  • All in one day’s work a farmer or rancher can use science, math, technology, and engineering to produce food we eat.
  • The USDA reported in 2013 that there were almost 17 million farm and agriculture-related jobs found in the United States. This includes both part-time and full-time employment.
  • Jobs found in forestry, fishing, food and beverage manufacturing, textile mill operations, leather products, and restaurant services are just a few industries related to agriculture.
  • Between 2020 and 2025, there are expected to be 59,400 average annual openings for graduates with bachelor’s or higher degrees in the areas of food, agriculture, renewable natural resources, and the environment.
  • It is projected that almost half of the career opportunities will be in management and business.
  • Thirty-one percent of careers will be in science and engineering.
  • Jobs in sustainable food and biomaterials production will make up 13%, while 14% of the openings will be in education, communication, and governmental services.


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