“Steve Langerud is a workplace consultant who regularly coaches job seekers from entry level to the C-suite on second-round interviews. He worked with a mid-level candidate seeking a position as executive director of a prominent arts organization. During her interview, she asked the board why they weren’t engaging donors.”
Despite being late on the FFA Week recognition, FFA is still important. It’s important every day, all day. Wanna’ argue about it? I don’t either. So let’s come to a mutual agreement that because of FFA, middle school, high school and college students all over the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands are able to educate youth in agricultural fields of study. Because of FFA, formally known as Future Farmers of America, youth are able to learn outside, literally and physically, of what and where their experience may be. The FFA Organization is home to 540,369 members, aged 12-21, in 7,489 chapters in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. If your school doesn’t offer an FFA program and maybe won’t in the near future, there are many opportunities to be involved with another schools’ organizations even though you don’t have an affiliation. If you have more questions, you can visit the FFA website (www.ffa.org), or contact your school principal. So what does my rant lead up to? A black tie event. You read that right, farm boys in black ties. I hope you enjoy the article!
Like always, agriculture will continually have very high-highs, and some very low-lows. It’s unpredictable. It’s irregular. It’s agriculture. That is the way of life in the agriculture industry and there is no denying it. Let’s see what CropLife.com has to say about the 2014 year.