State Convention 2011
Other formsItems are in alphabetical order.
Please check content of forms or the list of due dates found to the right for individual due dates.
- 100% Membership Application
- Issue Submission Form
- March of Dimes Application
- National Chapter Application
- National Convention Delegate Application
- National Officer Candidate Application
- Nominating Committee Student Application
- Non-Teacher Honorary State Degree Application
- Scrapbook Instructions
- State Band Application
- State Chorus Application
- State Delegate Application
- State Officer Application
- State Star Application
- State Talent Application
State Star Awards
The State Star Awards represent the best of the best among all of the State FFA Degree recipients. Finalists for the award have mastered skills in production, finance, management and/or research.
The Agricultural Proficiency Awards honor FFA members who, through their SAEs, have developed specialized skills that they can apply toward their future careers.
Students can compete for awards in 46 areas covering everything from Agricultural Communications to Wildlife Management. Each award area has two categories, placement and entrepreneurship.
Placement proficiency awards are given to those whose SAEs are related to employment, apprenticeships, or internships at an agribusiness or agriculture-related organization.
Entrepreneurship proficiency awards are given to those whose SAEs are related to ownership of an agribusiness or agriculture-related organization.
Proficiency awards are given out at the local, state and national levels.
See handbook at right for complete descriptions and instructions.
These are some example degree applications that National FFA provides. Information on each degree can be found on the National FFA degrees web page.
- Discovery Degree
- Greenhand Degree
- Chapter Degree
- State Degree
- American Degree
The National Chapter Award program recognizes FFA chapters that successfully complete an annual Program of Activities (PoA) which includes a series of activities designed to encourage its members to grow as individuals, to work as part of a team, and to serve others.
These are some example certificates created by Washington FFA Members:
Some information gathered from ffa.org.