Think about the lack of credibility your degree and profession would receive (in industry, academic, consulting, and other venues) without an accrediting examination. * Call the department of the school you graduated from and volunteer to sit on their advisory board, which will allow you to give insight into what is needed in today's industry. * Sit down with the HR representatives from your company and explain what ag/bio engineers do, the types of classes they take, and why they make good employees. (If they don't participate in ?-Week, offer to start a program.) When you go, proudly tell students that you are an ag/bio engineer and why they should consider the profession. * When you meet outstanding high school students, tell them about the profession and offer to arrange a tour of the ag/bio engineering department at the nearest university.