November 13, 2012
The FFA has helped to shape me into the person that I am today. I have 7 siblings who were all in FFA and my father was an FFA adviser for over 20 years. FFA was where I gave my first public speech, The FFA Creed, and it was where I met my first group of peers from outside my own school. FFA was where I set my first goals and started to work towards a career. Through my FFA experience I was transformed from a shy 8th grader into a leader of my local chapter. From there I grew into a role as a State FFA Officer which ultimately led me into my career as an Agriculture Educator and an FFA Adviser. As a teacher I have seen other students make very similar transitions. No other organization allows the opportunities for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success like the National FFA Organization.
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