Tuesday, December 5, 2017

December 2017 Student of the Month: Cheyenne Myers (@MyersCheyenneN)

Every month, we like to highlight students that have gone above and beyond in the agriculture education program at PSU! We are proud to announce that Cheyenne Myers was selected as the December Student of the Month! Lets learn about her story and accomplishments so far.

Cheyenne is a senior majoring in Agriculture and Extension Education, and after graduation she would like to apply and be accepted to a job either at a 4-H Extension office or high school agriculture program. She had became passionate about teaching agriculture due to the huge impact that 4-H and FFA had on her life and who she is today. She exclaims, "My goal is to be able to impact youth in a positive way through Agriculture, the way my advisors, agents, and mentors impacted me growing up." She stays motivated towards her major by is graduation and to start a career to give back to her community to thank those who helped her become the person she is today.

Outside of class she is very active in clubs and organizations which include, Collegiate Horseman Association, Collegiate Penn State Horse Judging Team, Photography Chair for the Annual Penn State Quarter horse Sale in the Spring of 2017, and an employee of the Penn State Horse Barns.

Fun Facts about Cheyenne:
Hometown: Wellsville, PA
Graduation Year: 2018
Birthday: April 14th
Favorite Class: AnSci 426 Horse Judging
Favorite Hangout: 3rd floor of ASI or Horse Barns
Favorite thing at PSU: Horse Barns and friends she made through the years
Involved in 4-H for 11 years (3 different Clubs)
Involved in Gifford Pinchot FFA Chapter (Student Advisor and Vice President offices)
Student Teaching at Kennard Dale High School, York County, PA




Luke Kerstetter
Communications Team Member
Twitter Handle: @lmkerstetter96
2020 Agricultural Education Student Teacher