What is FFA?
FFA is an intracurricular student organization for those who are interested in leadership and in agriculture.
FFA is an organization for future teachers, doctors, scientists, business owners, leaders in production agriculture, and more. In Alaska, members learn about agriculture, natural resources, and food.
Currently there are 12 active chapters
Alaska FFA was chartered in 1976. Since then, we have had:
What is School-Based Agricultural Education?
School-Based Agricultural Education (SBAE) is an educational program delivered through career and technical education in every state and five territories of the United States.
It consists of three core components:
1. Contextual, inquiry-based instruction and learning through interactive classrooms and laboratories
2. Premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through FFA; and
3. Experiential, service, and/or work-based learning through a supervised agricultural experience.
Integrating all three of these components helps to ensure students' success or continuation through higher education.
Constitution & Bylaws
Being a chartered association of the National FFA Organization, Alaska FFA has an outlined constitution and bylaws, along with following procedures of parliamentary law according to the Robert's Rules of Order.
Board of Directors
The Alaska FFA Board of Directors is responsible for general governance of the association including policy and resource decisions.