Entering the program as a freshman student is the best time to start getting involved. The FFA program also accepts sophomore, juniors, and seniors into the program. You must be enrolled in an Agriculture class to become involved in the FFA. An FFA unit is taught in the Introduction to Applied Science/Agriculture Class so that new students learn and recognize the variety of leadership opportunities in the Agriculture Program.
Unlimited opportunities for leadership are available for students throughout the four year program. Chapter FFA meetings and activities, leadership conferences, Career Development Events, and public speaking are examples of some activities you can get involved in. Please look at the calendars for event dates and speak with your agriculture advisor to find out more about these exciting opportunities. The FFA participates in many community service activities throughout the year.
Chapter FFA Meetings & Activities: Meetings/activities are held monthly. Please check the calendar.
Leadership Conferences: Greenhand Conference (freshman only), Made for Excellence Conference, Advanced Leadership Academy, State Convention (Fresno), National Convention (Indianapolis), and Sacramento Leadership Experience.
Career Development Teams: Best Informed Greenhand, Farm Records, Farm Business Management, Ag. Sales, Marketing Plan, Cooperative Marketing, Agriscience, Scrapbook, Agronomy and many more.
Public Speaking: Creed (Freshman only), Impromptu (sophomores only) Prepared Speaking, Extemporaneous Speaking, Job Interview Contest, Opening and Closing Ceremonies.
Community Service: Rotary Beef & Reef, 3rd-Grade Field Day, McKee Elementary garden clean-up, Big Oak Nursery Fall Festival, Canned Food Drive, Kid President’s Socktober, Coats for Kids Drive, Farm Bureau Fundraisers and many more.
See your teacher or an FFA Officer for more information on any of the above activities.