Going Somehwere?

Each year, FFA loses contact with many of its 86,000 graduating high school senior members. But did you know FFA opportunities do not end after graduation? The National FFA Organization offers many programs and scholarships for these students as well as activities at national convention and connections to future employers for internships and full-time positions. Graduates can still benefit from these many FFA programs and are likely to be interested in volunteering and mentoring for their local chapters. That's why we've started a year-round FFA Beyond High School campaign to try and connect with these transitioning members. We want them to know that there are still many ways they can benefit from FFA, even after they've hung up their blue jackets.

Do you know of anyone who wants to reconnect with FFA, or who could benefit from scholarships, internships, or even full-time jobs? Help us get the word out to other members as well as FFA advisors. Make sure they connect with us to keep in touch.

Do you have a different e-mail address that you’d rather we use? Has your contact information changed? Be sure to update your information to stay up to date on the latest news and information.

Another way to stay in contact is through FFA Alumni. FFA alumni play an important role in keeping agricultural education and FFA programs in our local schools. FFA relies on its alumni to garner support for FFA from their local communities, raise funds for chapter activities and scholarships, assist at FFA leadership camps and conferences, and much more. ​​