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Agribusiness students

Several internships from the local industry are offered to students every year, as well as grants and scholarships.

Student Vineyard and Campus Winery

Our campus vineyard consists of 4 acres with more than 50 different varietals.  

Primary varietals (main region cultivars) are:

  • Pinot noir 
  • Chardonnay

Facilities are fully equipped with tractor and implements, Gator, etc. soon with greenhouse equipped for vine and tree propagation.

Our campus winery has an estimated capacity of 2000 cases and also fully equipped to perform all commercial winemaking activities.

AHC Viticulture and Enology Club

The Allan Hancock College Viticulture and Enology Club supports students who want to learn more about wine appreciation and grape growing. The club coordinates winery tours and vineyard events throughout the year.

This is an excellent opportunity for members to help maintain vines during the growing season, harvest fruit and oversee the winemaking process from start to finish.

The AHCVE Club is a network between people who want to learn more about viticulture and enology and those who can help educate others on the subject as well as a fun opportunity to take part in an occasional tour or vineyard work day.

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Nelly Guerra

Nelly Guerra
Agribusiness

"The agribusiness program and the different teachers in this field have helped me in so many ways and shaped what I want to do in my life. They have also helped me get an internship. This program has prepared me for Cal Poly by not only being involved and helping in the community but by helping me realize how many people in the community are willing to help students succeed. My Career goal is to transfer to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and someday be involved in the nursery business interacting with different plant breeders."
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