The 2018-19 National FFA Officer Team will be selected during the 91st National FFA Convention & Expo, electing six new FFA members to serve as the student leaders of the National FFA Organization. The process to become a national officer is arduous, with the candidates – each state FFA association can submit one individual member annually – taking part in an extensive interview process with a National FFA Officer Nominating Committee. The committee is comprised of students who interview and select the national FFA officers [...]
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We ask the 2017-18 national officer about their hopes for the future of the organization.
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Varnado Jr. High FFA Chapter Advisor Emily Cooper shares a seasonal photo from Thomas, La.
The chancellor of the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana started on a sharecrop farm in the segregated South of the 1950s. An FFA background launched his incredible journey.
Here are some of the important and exciting things happening in FFA chapters around the country.
FFA member Kate Indreland sees soil health as the path to a better world.
In order to feed a hungry planet, future agriculturists have to think outside the box. For some students, this means working inside the AgroBox.