March 28, 2016
To be the collective leadership voice for Agricultural Education in the United States.
MMM SubmissionsTo have information from your ag ed organization included in the Monday Morning Monitor, email Andrea Fristoe, NAAE Program and Communications Assistant.
DEKALB Agricultural Accomplishment Award
SAY What? A New Source of Agriculture Safety Information for Youth
2016 Award Online Submission Form Now Available
Hummert Greenhouse Operations and Hydroponics Short Courses
Congratulations Zoetis, 2016 ACTE Business of the Year
Highlight NAAE Membership Benefits with our New Videos
Updated Supply and Demand Profiles Now Available
Communities of Practice Highlights
Vets on Call
Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST)Friday Notes
Friday, March 25, 2016: How will the thaw with Cuba affect U.S. agriculture? Info about World Water Day and ag career surveys, plus a university student chooses cows and calves over beaches and parties for spring break. These and many more ag/science links. The Council for Agricultural Science and Technology's (CAST) weekly online newsletter, Friday Notes, is available free due to a grant from WinField (a Land O?Lakes company).
FFAChapter Tee Contest Results Are In!
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March into My Journey
Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education
The scholarship application deadline is March 31, 2016. Scholarship recipients will be contacted by April 15, 2016. Questions about this scholarship opportunity can be directed to Miranda Chaplin, CASE Operations/Outreach Director, email@example.com. The scholarship application can be found at this link.
2016 CASE Institute Registration Now Open
Each site will be capped at 18 participants with sites able to extend participant registrations up to, but not greater than, 20 participants. Many Institutes? registrations filled quickly last year so teachers should be sure to register and submit a School District Agreement as soon as they have secured the appropriate funding. Please note that any registration canceled within 30 days of the start of an Institute will be subject to a minimum $250 cancellation fee. Contact CASE Professional Development Director, Shari Smith, regarding any additional questions.
National Farm Business Management Conference Scholarships
College students or recent graduates who may consider a career in Farm Business Management, as well as people already working in an agricultural field who might consider a career move to teaching Farm Business Management are encouraged to apply for the scholarship. For more information, contact mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Mark at 701-224-5417.
Attending the conference gives the participant an opportunity to learn about working with farmers in Farm Business Management and network with those already in the field. It is a great opportunity to gain understanding, learn about an exciting field and build a resumé all at the same time.
CHS and our members recognize there will continue to be a strong need for new professionals pursuing careers in Farm Business Management in the years to come. To apply, fill out the attached 2016 CHS Conference Scholarship Application. This application will also be available soon on our conference website at www.nfbm-conference.org/2016/16chs-scholarship.html.
The application due date is April 22, 2016.