Supervised Agricultural Experience is any learning experience that an agricultural education student does which enhances what is learned in the classroom/laboratory.


Supervised Agricultural Experience Programs should:

  • Relate to the student’s interests and/or chosen career pathway
  • Relate to and enhance what is taught in the agriculture classroom
  • Be carried out under the supervision of the local agricultural education teacher and/or community members/businesses
  • Foster and increase student learning

Kentucky SAE Manual

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Proficiency Applications are now accessed through student accounts in the Agriculture Career Network (AgCN.)  For more information on AgCN accounts, FFA members should contact their local FFA Advisor.

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