November 5, 2012
As a high school student, FFA was a place I felt as though I could fit in and have a fun time with my friends. However, as I became more active, FFA was no longer just the organization I was part of; I began learning what it meant to be a global citizen. This organization provided me with a reality check that was sorely missing from my sheltered experiences in the rural Catskills. Through FFA I learned the importance of community service and what it will take to overcome the World Food Crisis. In addition, I also was given the opportunity to develop my self-confidence by participating in speaking events and lobbying on behalf of agriculture on both the state and national level. There is no way I would be where I am today without this organization.
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