Industry Careers

Let FNGLA help you climb your career ladder!

New to Florida's nursery and landscape industry?

Or are you a life-long learner looking for resources to reach your professional goals? You're in the right place! 

See below for links to help you on your journey – regardless of where you want to go and how you want to get there.


High School Students


College Students


Not In The Industry Yet


Young Industry Professionals


Lifelong Learning Opportunities for Seasoned Professionals

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Colleges and Universities which offer horticulture programs:


First Coast Technical College, St. Augustine, Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources

Nursery Management and Landscape & Turf Management 

Eastern Florida State College, Brevard County

Landscape & Horticulture Technology Associate in Science Degree

College credit certificates in 1) Landscape and Horticulture Professional 2) Landscape and Horticulture Specialist, and 3) Landscape and Horticulture Technician


Indian River State College, Indian River/St. Lucie counties

Landscape & Horticulture Technology Associate in Science Degree

College credit certificates in Landscape and Horticulture


Palm Beach State College, Palm Beach Gardens

Landscape & Horticulture Technology Associate in Science Degree

Landscape and Horticulture Professional 1

Landscape and Horticulture Professional 2

Landscape and Horticulture Specialist

Valencia College, Orlando 

Plant Science and Agricultural Technology - Associate in Science Degree in Horticulture, Landscape and Sustainable Agriculture 

College Certificates in 1) Plant Science Specialist, 2) Plant Science Professional, and 3) Plant Science Technician 


Florida A&M University, College of Agriculture & Food Sciences

Agribusiness, Agricultural Sciences, Entomology, Plant & Soil Science


University of Florida, College of Agricultural & Life Sciences

Entomology & Nematology, Horticultural Science, Plant Science, Soil, Water, & Ecosystem Sciences

Certificate programs in 1) University of Florida Environmental Horticulture Management, 2) University of Florida Landscape Pest Management, and 3) University of Florida Urban Forestry


Warner University

Agricultural Studies, Agricultural Science

What Does FNGLA Student Membership Get Me?

Rubbing elbows with Florida's nursery and landscape leaders has its privileges! The Florida Nursery, Growers and Landscape Association is the nation's largest state nursery and landscape association, FNGLA represents Florida's environmental horticulture industry.

FNGLA student members receive a Chapter membership and access to FNGLA news and alerts. Student members may also take advantage of discounts on FNGLA Certifications and materials.

Become an FNGLA Student Member