A trip to the other side of the world taught FFA members that we all have something in common.
FFA alumna Olivia Hoenig captures the precision it takes to harvest corn.
Indianapolis – When Kellie Einck was a youngster, she found horsepower and torque far more interesting than playing dress up. The Paullina, Iowa, resident’s fascination with engine mechanics eventually led her to take agriculture and power in addition to other technical courses while she was in FFA. And the combination helped fuel her desire to become an engineer. For her supervised agricultural experience (SAE), Einck worked at a small car garage as a general mechanic and service technician in her hometown of Primghar, Iowa. Then she went to diesel tech school at a community college in town. There she enjoyed the [...]
FFA members who are dedicating their lives to teaching agriculture receive some special recognition, with the help of the National Teach Ag Campaign and CHS.
Three FFA chapters received scholarships to attend convention, thanks to Culver's Third Annual FFA Essay Contest.
Sixteen American Star Award finalists from throughout the U.S. are nominated by a panel of judges