Texas hopes that students graduating from colleges and universities in the state will use what they've learned to help Texas continue improving. While food production and supply remains stable, there is always room for improvements, and new ideas can come from graduates of Texas schools like Austin Community College. Its credit programs like Agricultural Sciences, Biology, and Biotechnology appear directly related to food but Automotive Technology and Outdoor Powered Equipment, Business Administration, and Business Office Technology could be just as important in keeping the food network productive and operational. CAA produces well-trained professionals that will become Texas's future leaders, farmers and ranchers, food business owners, and managers responsible for different tiers in different industries, all of which are directly affecting the state of food in Texas.