Learn skills: lab equipment use, lab analysis, food quality reporting, food safety, testing standards, scientific principles.

Be part of a lab team: perform tests and experiments, document results, and enjoy plenty of variety in your work day.

Work in high-demand food processing and agriculture industries.

TAA eligible populations and Veterans are encouraged to participate.

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