Tagged to Teach Ag Times
No Images? Click here
Let's Talk About Scholarships!
It's never too early to start thinking about college scholarships. Whether you're still in high school or half way through your college career, now is the perfect time to start your scholarship search. Here are three quick tips to consider when filling out your next application.
1) Don't wear a mask. Be proud of who you are! The best way to impress a scholarship committee is to show them who you are. When applying for scholarship, always be honest, open, and 100% you!
2) Scholarship applications aren't text messages. Always make sure that your application is free of any spelling or grammar mistakes. Don't rely on spell-check alone - proofread and then proofread again. Have another pair of eyes review your application, too.
3) Take your time. Rome wasn't built in a day, and it takes time to craft a perfect scholarship essay! Giving yourself plenty of time to think through, write, and review your work will help you application stand out!
For more tips on scholarships and preparing for college, visit our resources for future teachers!
My #TeachAg Journey: An Update from Victoria Herr
Where will your #TeachAg Journey take you? Penn State student and current National Teach Ag Ambassador Victoria Herr is getting excited for what's next on her journey to becoming an agriculture teacher. Check out her video!
Become a National Teach Ag Ambassador!
The National Teach Ag Ambassador program is for individuals who are passionate about agricultural education and want to share their story. National Teach Ag Ambassadors use their enthusiasm to encourage others to consider a career in teaching agriculture. If you're a college student who's studying agricultural education, we invite you to apply! Applications are due April 13, 2018. Learn more here!
Program and Communications Assistant
The National Teach Ag Campaign is an initiative of the National Council for Agricultural Education, led by the National Association of Agricultural Educators and funded by the CHS Foundation, DuPont Pioneer, BASF, Herman and Bobbie Wilson and Growth Energy as a special project of the National FFA Foundation.
For more information, visit the Teach Ag website.