Frequently asked questions

When does the program start?

Start dates begin January and July

Who is eligible?

Anyone/everyone interested in learning agriculture or beekeeping is welcome.

What is available?

Certifications, Job Skills, and Internships.

How do I apply?

Go to apply

What should I expect after applying?

A SAVE faculty member will provide you the next steps via email or phone.

Does SAVE provide housing?

No. SAVE does not offer student housing at the moment. However, there are some apartment complexes located a short distance from Kansas State University. A helpful website assisting in housing is https://mcculloughcorporate.prospectportal.com/

Is transportation available?

Due to the nature of this unique training program, our farm is located about fifteen miles from where classes are taught. It is the student's responsibility to get themselves to class. If you lack transport, SAVE might be able to offer assistance.

What classes are taught in summer?

  • The spring and fall term subjects focus on tasks that are needed to be done on a typical farm during that season.
  • Beekeeping courses are available all year.

I thought classes were at the farm?

  • Hands-on training is at the farm. All other classes are taught in a traditional classroom environment unless the instructor plans for class at the training-farm.
  • Typically, students spend the morning in the classroom and the afternoon at the farm.

Do we help students find inexpensive land?

No, we are setup to provide AG training as well as linking students, interns, and volunteers with successful producers. The relationships may or may not lead to land acquisition.

Do you have team members looking for work in AG?

We nearly always have volunteers and students looking for work in the field. Send us an email to define what you're looking for; we'll do our best to link you up with your ideal employee.

What does the program entail?

• The SAVE Farm Program is a 6 month program. • Classroom courses are in the morning. • Hands-on training is in the afternoon. Students will choose an area of focus (large livestock, small livestock, crops, or beekeeping). All topics will be covered to provide the student knowledge to become well-rounded in agriculture, and to better enhance their understanding of the chosen area of focus. After completion, you will earn certification and job placement assistance.

  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • Twitter
  • YouTube

Follow Us


© 2020 The Servicemember Agricultural Vocation Education Farm

212 S 4th St, Suite 130

Manhattan, KS 66502