With graduation just around the corner, you might be wondering…how do I continue my FFA connection? That’s where FFA Link comes in. FFA Link focuses solely on the professional and creative development of FFA members beyond high school. It is also your connection to the Agricultural Career Network.
FFA Link features exciting programs to help you network, gain premier leadership skills and prepare for your career success. It also gives you an opportunity to watch engaging online discussions with top professionals in agriculture. Another perk: FFA Link will bring these speakers directly to you! The speakers will visit universities and major FFA events around the nation, providing opportunities for you to meet other FFA Link members and share ideas.
Through these events and our online discussion groups on LinkedIn, you will build a new professional network that you can leverage in the future. FFA Link career programming will ensure you have the skills you need to succeed as you enter the workforce – from building a knockout resume to sailing through your first interview.
Don’t wait – join FFA Link today at FFA.org/alumni/ffalink.
This spring, recognize the hard work of others around you through three celebrations.
Tuesday, March 25, 2014 marks the 41st anniversary of National Ag Day. FFA members across the country are invited to honor agriculture in your communities. Download great event ideas at www.AgDay.org.
In April, help celebrate National Volunteer Month by identifying and thanking those who volunteer in your local community or give their time and talents to help with your FFA volunteer activities.
And during the week of May 5, celebrate National Teacher Week. Find a way to show your gratitude to your teachers past and present. Write a personal note to a teacher who has made a major impact on your life, or stop by after school to tell them in person.