Organize and Charter a Collegiate FFA Chapter

Organizing a Collegiate FFA Chapter

A strong, well-organized Collegiate FFA chapter begins with a strong nucleus. Any college student, instructor, former FFA member or FFA alumni member associated with a college can be the catalyst needed to start a local chapter. Three to five individuals are enough to get a Collegiate FFA chapter up and running. Regardless of previous FFA experience, anyone with an interest in agriculture and leadership can provide a strong foundation to your new program.

Chartering a Collegiate FFA Chapter

Chartering your Collegiate FFA c hapter is easier than you think! The four main steps in the process are:

  1. Complete the Application for Charter
  2. Create Bylaws for your chapter
  3. Create a Program of Activities
  4. Once all of your documents are completed, submit them to your FFA state leader / advisor for approval and submission to the National FFA Organization.
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