There are three main pathways to become an agricultural educator in Ohio.
The first path, is the Traditional Resident Educator Licensure. This is designed forthose interested in completing a Bachelor’s Degree. In Ohio there are two schools at which you can study to obtain your degree: Ohio State University and Wilmington College.
The second path is the Alternative Resident Educator Licensure. This is designed for individuals who have industry experience or have completed a degree in another field. For more information about this, click here.
The third path to become an agricultural educator in Ohio is to obtain your Supplemental Teacher Licensure. This is designed for educators licensed to teach in a field other than agriculture.