FFA Beyond High School

May 2012 - Beyond High School

Be an advocate for agriculture
The National Agriculture Ambassador program is a terrific opportunity to sharpen public speaking and presentation skills, visit corporate headquarters of leading agribusinesses and earn some money for college.

7 tips to make your resume worth reading
In most cases, a hiring department will only spend about 30 seconds reading your resume, so make it count!

Kruse control
This September, Loren Kruse will retire as the editor-in-chief of Successful Farming, a position that he has enjoyed over the course of four decades. His experiences in agriculture have provided him with great insights that he shares with today’s collegiate students.

Collegiate FFA members gather for regional conference
Members from North Carolina State University, Penn State, Virginia Tech and Wytheville Community College Collegiate FFA chapters met this spring to share ideas and build relationships.

Apply now to work in the National FFA Convention & Expo Newsroom
The National FFA Organization is now accepting applications for the National FFA Convention & Expo newsroom staff. If you're a recent college grad or a college student, this is a great way to gain hands-on experience in reporting, radio broadcasting, public relations, photography and more! Click here to apply to be a Newsroom Crew Intern.

Intern at the White House
How would you like it if the President of the United States was waving to you next year?

Building futures with FFA
Volunteering provides ways of giving back to FFA as well as your local community.

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The Beyond High School newsletter is a resource for the individual who has graduated from high school and has a new or continued interest in FFA involvement. It features the latest news, resources and opportunities from national FFA including scholarships, internships, job opportunities, Alumni events and much more.

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Collegiate FFA members and Staff at North Carolina State University gathered for an end-of-year ball last December. Their chapter has a busy semester with service opportunities and professional development activities.