Agriculture is one of the most diverse and exciting fields to study. Meat science, horticulture, animal sciences, equine science, agricultural communication, poultry science, and the list goes on! With so many different directions students can take, one thing is key for the success of students and the field as a whole: effective communication with people not actively involved in or familiar with agriculture.
As part of the Alliance’s College Aggies Online Scholarship Competition that kicks off on September 16th, I asked the program mentors to share their #1 piece of advice they’d like to share with aspiring agriculture advocates. Here are a few of my favorites…
Erica Ballmer, winner of the 2017 College Aggies Online program, shares why other agriculture students should sign up for the scholarship competition.
Topanga McBride shares why college students should sign up for this year’s program!
Attending the 2017 Stakeholders Summit was an incredible experience and I am so thankful for having had the opportunity.
Being a part of the College Aggies Online program provided me the opportunity to do exactly what I love to do more than most everything else- talk about cattle and agriculture.
I am a better agvocate today because CAO has taught me so many great points on how to be a great agvocate and how to communicate and fill the gap from the agriculture community to people who may not know much about agriculture.
I believe that College Aggies Online and the Alliance are the best at getting youth involved in advocating for Ag.
I’ve always felt like my story is simple, so it was refreshing to see that someone enjoyed what I had to say. My story is far from complete, but I can’t wait to see where I end up in this world.
The top individuals and clubs in the 2014 College Aggies Online Scholarship Program traveled to Arkansas to visit with program sponsor Tyson Foods, Inc.