Nevada FFA State Officer Application

What is Nevada State FFA Office?

Every March, during the annual Nevada FFA State Convention, six student members are chosen to be a part of the new State Officer team. Over the course of their year of service, these six individuals will represent the Nevada FFA Association and impact the lives of more than 1,500 students enrolled in agricultural education programs across the Silver State. The roles they are challenged to fulfill are highly varied and unique. They are teachers of leadership and motivational speakers, inspiring all those they may meet. They are communicators and public relations specialists on behalf of the National FFA Organization and the Nevada FFA Association, building positive relationships across the state and within its communities. They are teammates to the other five state FFA officers, as well as the state association staff. They are learners, eager to absorb and grow to the fullest extent possible and they are role models, making the choice to lead by example. 

State Officer Selection Process Guidebook and Application

Download the guidebook and application here:

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Nevada State Officer Candidate Kickoff

Planning to run for state FFA Office or even just considering it? Here's an opportunity to learn more about the process. Hosted by UNR Collegiate FFA and the College of Agriculture, Biotechnology, and Natural Resources, this event provides sessions to help advance understanding of the process and what to expect.

(Information will be updated if this is offered in 2016.)
Location: University of Nevada - Reno campus 

Click here to learn more about the event and how to RSVP. 

Disclaimer: The Nevada FFA Association supports this activity but is not the host of the event. Participation in the training does not affect the outcome of the Nevada FFA Association's Nomination Committee work at the State FFA Convention.

Participating on the Nominating Committee

Click here to learn more about the Nevada FFA State Officer Nominating Committee.