Not done yet

Many people think FFA is just a course offered in high school and when you graduate it’s a part of the “glory days.” However, they are completely wrong, FFA spreads to the collegiate level too.

There are over 50 collegiate FFA chapters enrolled in the National FFA Organization around the United States. The collegiate level values driving pre-professionals to better serve their school, business, and communities in their career path. Its main purpose is to enhance the college experience through engagement and service to create premier leaders, enable personal growth, and ensure career success.

Not only can students choose to join collegiate FFA they can also serve as a State or National FFA Officer if chosen as the select few for such a prestigious position in serving their local state or the entire National FFA Organization.

Students can also apply for internships in local agriculture business and at the local state FFA Association. No matter where they choose to go, students are never done with their FFA journey or story.

Chloe Lambert

Everything Agriculture Writer

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