FFA leaders on campus

The 72nd Annual Future Farmers of America Leadership Conference for Washington is on campus this week, May 16 – 19. The College of Agriculture and Home Economics will host some 2,500 high school students (grades 9 – 12), teachers and parents from almost 200 schools throughout the state. This conference attracts students to WSU to participate in many leadership workshops and competitive events, including public speaking, sales, marketing, job interview, food science, communications, parliamentary procedure, extemporaneous speaking, meat science and animal science. Evening sessions in Beasley Coliseum include featured speakers, award presentations, and entertainment from the many talented students attending this convention.

If you have any questions about the event, you may contact the FFA headquarters in the Cougar Lounge at 335-3803 or Dr. Marvin Kleene, Agricultural Education, 201 Smith Hall, or kleenem@mail.wsu.edu.

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