Shone Farm offers employment opportunities for Ag/Natural Resource students. A student must be registered for at least six units to be a student employee and priority is given to students in General Agriculture, Horticulture, Viticulture, Sustainable Agriculture, Animal Science, Equine Science, Natural Resource Science, and Agribusiness majors. If selected to work on the farm in one of these program areas, students may work a maximum of 25 hours per week. The Environmental Horticulture Program also offers a limited number of employment opportunities for students interested in working in the greenhouse/nursery on the Santa Rosa Campus.
For more information about SRJC student employment opportunities, see the
SRJC Career Center Student Employment page.