Celebrating FFA Alumni & Supporters at the National FFA Convention & Expo

Did you know FFA Alumni and Supporters can register to attend workshops at the National FFA Convention & Expo?
Connect with others and learn more about awards, mentorships and what chapters are doing across the country.

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National FFA Organization

The National FFA Convention & Expo is an annual spectacle of inspiration, learning, and camaraderie. But in 2023, there’s a special highlight on the schedule - the gathering of FFA Alumni and Supporters.

For those who’ve walked the path of FFA, the convention isn’t just about the youth; it’s about the individuals who have been there, supporting and nurturing the growth of young agricultural leaders. This year, FFA Alumni and Supporters are invited to register for workshops that promise to be both enlightening and enriching.

The workshops offer a platform to connect with like-minded individuals who share a passion for agriculture and the FFA mission. Attendees can learn about the latest trends in the industry, discover innovative teaching methods, and delve into the unique challenges and successes of FFA chapters across the country.

The 96th annual FFA Convention & Expo is happening from November 1st-4th in Indianapolis. For registration CLICK HERE.


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