This is a feature from the July 2018 edition of NAAE’s News & Views Newsletter. To read News & Views in its entirety, please visit this link. Name: Abigail Chambers University: University of Maryland-Eastern Shor... This is an article from the August 2017 edition of NAAE’s News & Views Newsletter. To read News & Views in its entirety, please visit this link. Summer vacation, another school year, or just the perfect weekend. ... Today marks my last day in the NAAE office as the Teach Ag intern. It’s crazy to think how fast eight weeks has flown by and this chapter is coming to an end. Even though I’m pretty excited to return back to the end... Summer break. It’s something we all look forward to. Between vacations, days off, barbecues, or just time with friends and family, there’s plenty to get excited about when summer finally rolls around. For the majori... Whether it’s traveling for a vacation or moving for an internship, it’s easy to notice unique qualities within each city and state. Having had opportunities to travel in the past, I knew moving to Kentucky for the sum... One of the many reasons agricultural education is different from other classes and school programs is the fact that any student, with any background can come and be a part of something bigger than themselves. They ca... A home-grown Iowa girl moves to Kentucky for an eight-week adventure as the National Teach Ag Campaign Intern. Comfort zones are bound to be stepped out of, new things are bound to be learned, and an experience un... Hi everyone! My name is Tabitha Hudspeth and I was selected to serve as the 2016 National Teach Ag Campaign Intern. This summer I was able to travel from Brookland, Arkansas to Lexington, Kentucky and work closely wit... Howdy everyone! My name is Alan Green and I am interning with the National Association of Agricultural Educator's Teach Ag Campaign this summer. Welcome to my corner of the NAAE Communities of Practice, where I'l... You're receiving this newsletter because you signed up for the Teach Ag Campaign. Having trouble reading this email? View it in your browser. August 2012—First Impressions The start of a new school year gives ... August 2012- Back to School EditionIt?s the most wonderful time of the year?if you are an agriculture teacher! It?s back to school time. If you are a first year teacher or a 40-year veteran back to school time bring... You're receiving this newsletter because you signed up for the Teach Ag Campaign. Having trouble reading this email? View it in your browser. July 2012—Agriculture Facts & Statistics Agriculture teachers serve... THREE OUTSTANDING AGRICULTURAL EDUCATORS HONORED IN ATLANTA ATLANTA -Three outstanding agricultural educators were recognized on behalf of the National Teach Ag Campaign and the National FFA Organization on Thursda... A summary of highlights regarding the National Teach Ag Campaign during February 2012. CONTACTEllen Thompson National Teach Ag Campaign Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org 605-350-3842 Duane Brodt Marketing and Communications National FFA Foundation DBrodt@FFA.org 317-802-4351 CHS Inc. awards Nat... This PDF report covers all Teach Ag activity from September 2009 through current. Check out this poem from Ron Wilson, a past National FFA Officer and major agricultural education advocate. A little inspiration for you!