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Power and Structural Systems


Grade Level


Grade Level

Tech Agriscience I

9, 10

Ag Power

11, 12

Modern Ag Mechanics

9, 10

Ag Equipment Construction

11, 12

Pre-Voc Ag Welding

10, 11, 12



Adv. Modern Ag Mechanics

10, 11

Agribusiness Internship


Small Engine Repair

10, 11, 12




What competition opportunities are available?

FFA students compete in many types of competitions including livestock and meat judging, tractor trouble and others. You can run for office, do community service activities, and earn scholarships.


Are there other benefits to me in the Power Structure & Technology pathway?

YES! Start earning college credit now! Pre-Vocational Welding and Small Engine Repair courses are eligible for dual credit enrollment with Hutchinson Community College with NO TUITION charged to the student.


What careers are available and how much money can I make?

Below is a list of a few career choices in Power & Structure.

Career Specialty

U.S. Salary Median

Education Requirements

Small Engine Mechanic


High school diploma

Farm Equipment Mechanic


Associates degree

Wind Energy Engineer


4-year degree

Ag Postsecondary Teacher


Advanced degree


Contact Information

Lowell Ely

Power & Structure Systems Instructor

(316) 284-6280, ext. 2843

pre-vocational welding

Students learn welding for agriculture careers.