This is a resource guide for the FFA chapter advisor that wants to help their officers grow in their leadership ability, make their FFA chapter student led and student run, have a competent, capable chapter officer team every year, and be the Advisor of the chapter and not the person responsible for every aspect of the chapter's operation. Mpower is made possible through the generous support of Bayer CropScience as a special project of the National FFA Foundation.
This is a compilation of FFA Officer Election resources: applications, recommendation letter templates, interview questions, ballot, and contracts. Also included are notes and sample constitutions from chapters who have successfully restructured officers to President, Secretary, and multiple Vice Presidents, foregoing traditional role titles.
This activity engages students in considering the scope of costs of tools, technology, and equipment in agriculture. The goal is to correctly guess the prices of various agriculture-related items. The contestant with the closest guess without going over wins the round. This can be used as a classroom activity, or for an FFA Chapter to host an activity for the school like a pep rally.
This editable project and event planning worksheet asks questions clarifying purpose and intent, associated tasks, and responsible parties to create a successful outcome. This tool was developed for Nebraska FFA by Nebraska Department of Education and Nebraska Career Education in collaboration with SkillsUSA, developer of The POWERR formula learning resource.Cover photo by Glenn Carstens-Peters on Unsplash
State FFA Convention is an exciting, multi-day event packed with competitions and gatherings. This is a compilation of documents to aid in planning and managing your chapter’s participation in the convention including samples of information letters to guardians and options for tracking student schedules.
Presented in five consecutive standard-period classes, students are invited to contribute to the This I Believe essay-writing project by writing and submitting a statement of personal belief. This is a challenging, intimate statement on one’s beliefs and one’s own daily life philosophy, considering moments when belief was formed, tested, or changed. Written by Jarvis Reed.