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STUDENT COMPEDIUM

The SA Division of the Agricultural Institute of Australia (AIA), in partnership with the Adelaide University Agricultural Students Association (AUASA) have a keen focus on supporting the development of students and early career professionals in having an enjoyable, productive and rewarding educational experience, while laying a solid career foundation.

WHAT IS THE COMPENDIUM?

The 2024 Student Compendium is an initiative to collate the breadth of opportunities for students studying primary industries and natural resource management. It aims to assist the next generation of vocational education, training and tertiary students plus secondary school teachers, and careers advisers (and their students) to discover opportunities such as careers, scholarships, graduate programs and training in the primary industries sector.

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WHO MAKES THE COMPENDIUM?

The compendium is a resource made for students by students. The fourth edition
was made by 5 undergraduate students. Interns for the 2024 Student Compendium, 
Mackenzie Coopman, Caleb Schwartz and Emily Pearce (not present) have been selected
via an expression of interest to work alongside Emily Adams, Communications and 
Socials Intern and Tayla Blight, Project Officer Intern.

WHO IS AIA?

The Agricultural Institute Australia is the peak industry body for agricultural and natural resource management professionals and AIA is committed to advancing the professional application of science and technology for the sustainable development of agriculture and natural resource management in Australia. The AIA recognises the importance of building capacity within the next generation of agricultural professionals, hence the linkage between the AIA-SA division and AUASA. Pictured with our student working body are Bruce Hancock and Craig Davis representing AIA-SA. 

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WHO SUPPORTS THE COMPENDIUM?

The 2023-25 AIA(SA) and AUASA Student Compendium Intern project is supported by the funding partner SA Grain Industry Trust. The 2023-2025 Student Compendium Project Officer Intern is supported by the funding partner Yitpi Foundation. The 2024 Student Compendium: Standardisation of language and design, communications plan and Intern are supported by the funding partner SA Sheep Industry Fund. The 2024 Student Compendium: Engaging Ag Science Teachers is supported by the funding partner SA Cattle Industry Fund. The 2024 Student
Compendium is supported by the Primary Industries Education Foundation Australia.

Compendium Champion 

2024 COMPENDIUM SPONSORS 

SA Drought Hub, Elders, Nutrien Ag Solutions.

AgXtra, Kalyx, SA Dairyfarmers’ Association, Angaston Ag Bureau and Barossa
Improved Grazing Group (BIGG), AgriFutures, Ag Excellence Alliance, Ag Innovation &
Research - Eyre Peninsula, AW Howard & Tim Healey Trust, Agricultural Bureau of
South Australia, SunPork Group, ThincLab Waite, PIRSA, SARDI and Aurora
Dairies.

 

Ag Innovate (Sandy Lane Consulting), Primary Producers South Australia, Crop
Consulting Services (Craig Davis Agronomy), Crop Science Society of South
Australia, CSIRO, NT Government, End Food Waste Australia,
AgCAREERSATART/NFF, Hart Field-Site Group Inc.

 

AW Vater & Co, South Australia Livestock Consultants, Farmers Johns, Roseworthy
Old Collegians' Association, Beachport Liquid Minerals, Northern & Yorke Landscape
Board, Angus Australia, Viterra Operations, Agribusiness Aust., Citrus SA, Princess
Royal, Almond Board of Aust., Barossa Aust., Alltech Lienert Aust, AUSVeg,
Barenbrug, Lambex Coles Trailblazer, Wine Aust., Aust. Soc. of Viticulture &
Oenology, Emmetts, DJ’s Growers, Vater Machinery, Low Stress Stockhandling and
Eurofins APAL.

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