High school students can explore AU ag, forestry majors this summer at “Choose Your Adventure” program

AUBURN – On the Auburn University campus this summer, high school sophomores and juniors can explore possible majors in agriculture, forestry and wildlife sciences in the one-day “Choose Your Adventure” program Thursday, July 19, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

In “Choose Your Adventure,” students can choose from five tracks of study that would prepare them for careers in fields ranging from veterinary medicine to production agriculture to forest engineering.

July 12 is the deadline for reserving a spot in the program, which is cosponsored by AU’s College of Agriculture and School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences. The registration fee of $20 includes lunch. To learn more about “Choose Your Adventure,” go to www.sfws.auburn.edu/sso/SummerProgram or contact Deborah Solie at (334) 844-8900 or das0002@auburn.edu.

Contact: Jamie Creamer, (334) 844-2783 (creamjs@auburn.edu) or
Mike Clardy, (334) 844-9999 (clardch@auburn.edu)