Thursday, July 3, 2014

PSU 2014 Collegiate FFA Student Recognition

The purpose of the Collegiate FFA is to develop competent and effective leadership, create an interest in occupations dealing with the food, fiber, and natural resource systems, and develop a network of friendships and professional relationships that will carry through and assist the members after college. Each year the Penn State Collegiate FFA could not be successful without the hard work of its members! At the 2014 annual awards banquet, the collegiate FFA recognized many members who went above and beyond to help the chapter succeed!

Winners had to go through an application process that included descriptions of all the activities they participated in and an essay on why they feel they are deserving of the award. Each application is viewed by the selection committee made up of the advisor (Dr. John Ewing) and two other qualified adults.

This year’s winners are:


Bryanna Kenno (@bkenno4), a 2015 student teacher, stated “It was an honor to win outstanding junior this year! It’s so nice to know that your hard work does not go unnoticed. It was exciting to get recognized for something I am so passionate about!”

To learn more about starting on the path to having a career that makes a positive impact on the lives of students across the globe by becoming an agricultural educator, please contact the agricultural teacher education program at teachag@psu.edu. Follow us on Twitter at TeachAgPSU, on Facebook, or on our blog!





Laura Metrick
Student Blogger
2015 Student Teacher
@Its_LauraBeth







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