November 13, 2012
FFA first allowed women to join the organization in I believe 1972. (correct me if I'm wrong). I joined in 1975 as a sophomore and was a part of that first wave of women in FFA. I served as a chapter officer (Vice-President), a delegate to the state convention and a member of the National FFA Band. I gained confidence in speaking, in my ability to think on my feet and confidence in my ability to learn to build not only concrete items with my hands but to build relationships with other people. My sons are FFA members and I credit FFA with giving them solid people skills as well. FFA is the greatest single organization in the world. FFA serves all types of young people with all kinds of interests and skills and challenges those young people to become something bigger, something more than they were before. The opportunities are there--they just have to be taken!
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