Have You Been Tagged to #TeachAg?
Being an agriculture teacher is an awesome career choice! To help celebrate National Teach Ag Day, we're collecting photos of current and future teachers who have been called to teach agriculture! Please submit a photo along with the information below to email@example.com by 11:59pm Eastern by Monday, September 9. Approved photos will be displayed during the live Teach Ag Day webcast on Thursday, September 20 between 1-2pm Eastern. You can watch the live webcast by going to the Teach Ag website (www.naae.org/teachag) on September 20.
- High resolution, appropriate photo
- Name of person who is tagged
- Institution or Ag Program Name and State
- High school agriculture teacher
- Your name if submitting on behalf of someone else
Teach Ag Ambassador Spotlight: Say Hello to Hannah McBurnett
Hannah McBurnett is a 2017-2018 National Teach Ag Ambassador. She is a senior at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama. In high school, Hannah was a student at Lincoln High School.
Why did you decide to become an agriculture teacher? I decided to become an agriculture teacher because of the impact agricultural education made on me. FFA and agricultural education gave me a place to belong, and I hope to give that opportunity to other students.
What are you looking forward to most about teaching? The thing I look forward to most about teaching is helping students find their potential and passion.
To read more about Hannah and the 2017-2018 Teach Ag Ambassadors, click here.
Share your Agriculture Teacher Impact Story
Agriculture teachers are agents of change! How has your agriculture teacher changd ? The National Teach Ag Campaign is seeking individuals who have a compelling story to share about how an agriculture teacher impacted you. We will use these stories throughout the year to celebrate the positive contributions agriculture teachers make in our schools and communities. Click here to submit your story!
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