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SAE's & AET

What is an SAE

The Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) program involves practical agricultural activities performed by students outside of scheduled classroom and laboratory time. SAEs provide a method in agricultural education for students to receive real-world career experiences in an area of agriculture that they are most interested in. 
SAE as a student-led, instructor-supervised, work-based learning experience that results in measurable outcomes

4 Types of SAEs

Foundational 
Considered a “foundation project” that is open to all students, but especially students just beginning agricultural education.  This project encourages you to transition one of the other SAE types and time is the key invested resource. this project is about allowing the student to explore a topic
Placement 
The student is in an employment setting (paid or unpaid)
Ownership/Entrepreneurship 
The student operates an individual business which provides goods and/or services to the marketplace in the ownership aspect. * Raising and Selling animals of any species fits into this category 
Research 
The student will be involved in an investigation of materials, processes and information to establish new knowledge or the validation of previous research.

For more information about types of SAE click here 

What is AET

The  Agricultural Experience Tracker is a place for the students to keep records on their project. We also use this website for degrees and award application. 
This also gives you 1 place to document everything they did in high school - Great for scholarships! 
Our chapter # TX0386 
 Please see the documents below to figure out how to get started




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