Indiana FFA Association
Indiana FFA is a dynamic youth organization that provides students opportunities for leadership development, personal growth and career success. Indiana FFA members can be found not only in rural communities, but also in many suburban and urban schools.
Annually, 11 leadership conferences are offered to Indiana FFA members. These conferences, which are presented by student leaders, allow for a creative and fun way to help youth develop positive character traits and habits. Altogether there are more than 200 activities to engage FFA members.
One of the FFA’s most effective and practical learning tools is the Supervised Agriculture Experience (SAE) program, which allows students to apply skills they learn in the classroom. Examples of SAE programs include working in a feed mill, conducting research in a laboratory, producing vegetables, or working in agricultural communications. The employer and local agriculture education instructor supervise the work experience program and monitor the progress of the student. Currently, there are thousands of SAE projects being conducted by Indiana FFA members across the state.
The Indiana FFA Association saw amazing growth in 2018 with total membership reaching more than 12,600 members, spanning 210 chapters across the state.
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2020-21 Indiana FFA State Officers
- President: Julia Hamblen, Shelbyville Central FFA
- Secretary: Kylie Schakel, Hamilton Heights FFA
- Northern Region VP: Blayne Vandeveer, Tri County FFA
- Southern Region VP: Loren Matlock, Eastern Hancock FFA
- Treasurer: Evan Coblentz, Wawasee FFA
- Reporter: Derick Williams, Union City FFA
- Sentinel: Luc Sproles, Frontier FFA
Officers begin their term on Thursday, June 18, 2020, and will conclude at the 92st Annual Indiana State FFA Convention to be held June 2020.
Contact the Indiana FFA Association