Agriculture/Horticulture

 

A career in agriculture/horticulture may take you in a multitude of directions.  Many people work in a variety of agriculture enterprises to produce food, fiber, and fuel, which are essential to daily life.  Agriculture education includes learning about agriculture systems, natural resource management, science, business, communication, and leadership.

NVCC is excited to offer courses designed to meet the needs of farmers/producers in our region.  If you are looking to add knowledge and skills to your resume as an agricultural production worker or maybe just get ahead of the entry level competition then these courses may be for you.


Program Coordinator
Lisa G Crick
203-596-8711 (p)
203-575-8243 (f)
Room: K404
Lifelong Learning News
Information Sessions
Information Sessions

Where are you going? 

There has never been a better time to think about education or training options that will help you be job ready in just days, weeks, or months. 

Program areas include: Business, Health Care, Real Estate, Manufacturing, Fitness, Security, Welding and more...

Join us at one of the free sessions below and explore the short-term job training programs we offer. 

All programs - Waterbury

NVCC, 750 Chase Parkway

CRN 7223  Tue., August 11, 1:00pm, Room K618

CRN 4235  Wed., September 9, 4:00 pm, Room K614

CRN 4237  Mon., November 9, 12:00 pm, Room K619

Welding Only - Includes Tour - Waterbury

CRN 7279  Wed., August 26, 6:30pm, Room T509

CRN 4266  Wed., December 16, 6:30 pm, Room T652

CRN 1858  Wed., January 20, 6:30 pm, Room T515

All programs - Danbury

NVCC Danbury Campus, 183 Main Street

CRN 2252  Tue., July 14, 4:00pm, Room HL

CRN 4238  Thur., December 10, 4:00 pm, Room HL

The sessions are FREE! Groups are usually small and provide lots of opportunity to have your questions answered.

Registration is requested:

Please call 203-575-8029 or 203-797-9361 to register.

NCLL Registration Form
NCLL Registration Form

Non-credit Lifelong Learning Catalog
Non-credit Lifelong Learning Catalog