Andrea Fristoe

Make It Count! #TeachAg

Blog Post created by Andrea Fristoe on Mar 25, 2021


There are a lot of decisions to be made as you begin your journey to become an ag teacher. From finding the best institution to attend, to figuring out which scholarships to apply for, decisions can be hard. But no matter what, you are bound for greatness in the BEST. CAREER. EVER!


Ag Education for ALL!

Agricultural Education for All is a joint partnership of the National Association of Agricultural Educators and the National FFA Organization with the goal of ensuring all in agricultural education feel welcome, safe and celebrated as their authentic selves. Every month in Teach Ag Times we will feature some of the outstanding teachers making a difference and creating inclusive, diverse and equitable programs for their students. 

This month, we would like to introduce you to Paul Young, agriculture teacher at Cape Fear High School, in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Paul has been teaching agriculture for three years, inspiring his students to become agriculturalists and leaders, while promoting diversity, inclusion, and equity in his classroom and in the ag education profession.  


"When I enter the classroom, I look forward to watching my students step outside of their comfort zones and fulfill their personal potential in learning and leadership."
-Zach Mills


Meet Zach

Teach Ag Ambassador Spotlight

Each year the National Teach Ag Campaign selects an elite group of preservice agriculture teachers to represent the future of ag education.

This month, we are featuring Zach Mills a senior at the University of Tennessee at Martin, majoring in agricultural education. 

Follow the link below to find out what inspired him to become an educator Plus, find out why the University of Tennessee at Martin is a great option for pursuing a degree in ag education.


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Contact Us

National Association of Agricultural Educators 
2525 Harrodsburg Road
Suite 200
Lexington, KY 40504



The National Teach Ag Campaign is a project of the National Council for Agricultural Education, led by the National Association of Agricultural Educators. For more information, visit the Teach Ag website. Funding for the National Teach Ag Campaign is provided by the CHS Foundation, Corteva Agriscience™, Growth Energy, and BASF as a special project of the National FFA Foundation.