Personal Growth

My Plate video

Saul’s Got Talent

Eating healthy doesn’t have to be boring. That’s why the students in the food science and natural resource management classes at Walter Biddle Saul High School created music videos to encourage good eating habits. The FFA members have promoted their hard work through social media, reaching out to celebrities such as first lady Michelle Obama... Read more »... Read more »
86th Annual FFA Convention and Expo

Will You Go All Out?

In less than two months, more than 60,000 FFA members, advisors, alumni and supporters will race to Louisville, Ky., to attend one of the largest student gatherings in the country – the 87th National FFA Convention & Expo. Packed with speakers, awards, workshops, entertainment and more, the event kicks off on Wednesday, Oct. 29 and... Read more »... Read more »
Writing a Resume

Six Tips for Creating a Resume

Whether you’re applying at your dream college or just looking for a part-time job, a well-polished résumé is more influential than you may think. Your résumé may be just one piece of paper, but it’s a marketing tool selling a very important product – you. Résumés are often an employer’s – or college admissions officer’s... Read more »... Read more »
Learning Styles

Learn Your Learning Style

Imagine you are in your agriculture classroom. Your teacher starts class and says you are going to learn something new today that you will be tested on tomorrow and gives three options: learn about the new subject by lecture and discussion, through a PowerPoint or video, or through an activity. Which way would you prefer?... Read more »... Read more »
Learning Style Quiz

[QUIZ] What’s Your Learning Style?

Want to know your dominate learning style? Answer the questions in the quiz. Post your result in the comment box below and share via Facebook!  Learn more about your type of learning here. Download a PDF of the quiz here, to use when offline. Retake the quiz.... Read more »
Money Matters

Money Lessons for Life After High School

As your graduation day looms on the horizon, two big questions are probably on your mind: What kind of career do I want, and which path is right for me? But don’t forget another important question: How am I going to pay for it? No doubt about it, attending college or a technical school is... Read more »... Read more »
Life After High School

Doors to Opportunity After High School

The end is in sight. High school was filled with experiences you’ll remember forever, from donning your FFA jacket to meeting lifelong friends, but now it’s time to put on your cap and gown. As your graduation date draws near, the daunting thought of life after high school occurs frequently. The real world offers many... Read more »... Read more »

Working Toward Success Through Internships

If you’ve ever applied for a job, you’re probably aware you need to keep your grade-point average in check, know how to write a great cover letter, and put your best foot forward in an interview. But did you know your chances of landing your dream job will multiply exponentially if you get hands-on experience... Read more »... Read more »
Josh Sundquist, amputee, inspirational speaker and amputee

Ready to Inspire

RICK PITINO  Rick Pitino is no ordinary college basketball coach. His energy and charisma have earned him championships in NCAA Division I, America East, the SEC, Conference-USA and the Big East. He has been voted coach of the year in the SEC, C-USA and NABC. Not only does Pitino have an exemplary coaching record, but... Read more »... Read more »
Thank you note

An Attitude of Gratitude

Twenty years ago, it was expected that whenever you received a gift or act of kindness from someone, you mailed them a thank-you note. But thanks to technology, hand-written letters have largely become a thing of the past. Most people today consider thank-you notes “old-school,” opting instead for email and text messages. While quick and... Read more »... Read more »
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