A Supervised Agricultural Experience program (SAE) is a key component of agricultural education. While working on an SAE project, students learn to apply the concepts and principles taught in their agriculture classes to real-world problems and scenarios. A student selects an SAE project based on his or her interest.
Placement- Working for someone for pay and to gain experience.
Internship- Working with someone to gain experience without pay.
Entreprenuership- Owning your own business and working for yourself.
(More SAE and Fair pictures in the Photo Gallery.)