2013 ACTE National Policy Seminar with Ag Ed Strand
Visit Washington D.C. and advocate for agricultural education in March. NAAE pays the registration for one representative from each state to attend. Registration is due to NAAE by February 1. Click here for more information.
2013 NAAE Award Applications Now Available
Apply for a NAAE award! Categories from scholarships for students who are student teaching to Lifetime Achievement and supporter recognition. See awards applications
2013 CCFF Agriscience Awards - Call for Nominations
$5,000 for an outstanding agriscience educator, plus student and scientist awards. Learn more
The DuPont Challenge
The DuPont challenge calls on students to research, think critically, and write a science essay that provides innovative ideas on our most pressing global challenges, or demonstrates the application of science, technology, engineering, and mathematices (STEM) to our daily lives.
Help reach ag students and share this wonderful opportunity. Forward the e-blast to your list-serv, post on your website and Facebook page and anything else you can do promote the DuPont Challenge.
Please visit the DuPont website for additional information. The dedline for essay submissions is January 31, 2013.
ALL FOR NOMINATION
2013 AGRISCIENCE AWARDS
The Christopher Columbus Fellowship Foundation, a Federal government agency, is now
accepting Nominations for the 2013 Agriscience Awards. The awards are presented by the
Foundation in partnership with the American Farm Bureau Federation.
The mission of this partnership is to present the Fourth Annual Agriscience Awards to
recognize, through four monetary awards, one scientist; one current high school educator; and
two current high school students who are judged to exemplify excellence in the field of
agriscience and to highlight the importance of agriculture in the 21st century.
$10,000 Distinguished Agriscience Scientist Award
One $10,000 Distinguished Agriscience Scientist Award will be presented to a
scientist who is making or has recently made significant and positive contributions in
the field of agriscience.
$5,000 Agriscience Educator Award
One $5,000 Agriscience Educator Award will be presented to a current high school
educator, with at least five years of teaching experience, and who emphasizes
concepts, principles and applications in their curriculum to promote the study of
agriscience to students.
$1,000 Agriscience Student Awards
Two $1,000 Agriscience Student Awards will be presented to current high school
students who are making or have recently made significant and positive contributions
related to the study of agriscience.
All Nominations are accepted online only here. Please
visit this website for information on the Competition Rules and Regulations.
The deadline for 2013 Nominations is Tuesday, January 29, 2013. Any questions related to the competition may be directed to Judi Shellenberger, Executive Director of the Foundation at:firstname.lastname@example.org
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