The National Teach Ag Campaign is an initiative to bring attention to the career of agricultural education, get students thinking about a possible career in agricultural education, and support current agriculture teachers in their careers.
Host Site Announced
The 2016 National Teach Ag Day live celebration will be hosted by Growth Energy at one of its affiliate sites, POET LLC, in Sioux Falls, South Dakota on Thursday, September 22nd. Click here to read the press release.
The 2016 National Teach Ag Day Collegiate Contest details are now available! Follow this link for more information.
Future Agriscience Teacher (FAST) Symposium Applications Now Available
The National Teach Ag Campaign is hosting the fourth Future Agriscience Teacher Symposium (FAST) in conjunction with the live National Teach Ag Day celebration. The live National Teach Ag Day event is being hosted this year by Growth Energy at POET headquarters in Sioux Falls, SD. Individuals selected to participate in the FAST symposium will engage in professional development, collegial networking and be part of the live webcast. The National Teach Ag Campaign will select up to 21 applicants who are currently majoring in agricultural education (teaching certification track). Applications are due to Ellen Thompson by 11:59pm EDT on Wednesday, July 6th. Click here for more information and to apply.
Are you a postsecondary institution looking for agricultural education majors? Showcase your program on Teach Ag's social media. Contact Tabitha Hudspeth for more information.
Twelve outstanding agricultural education majors have been selected to represent the National Teach Ag Campaign at the local, state and national levels. These future educators are charged with the responsibility of promoting the mission and goals of the Teach Ag Campaign, while also recruiting future agricultural education majors. Click here for the full press release.
A downloadable copy of the 2015 Annual Report is now available. Not only does it include our great strides in addressing the national agriculture teacher shortage over the course of the year, but it is also a calendar of all the important dates you need to know in the agricultural education world for 2016! Check it out!
Tabitha, a sophomore majoring in agricultural education at Arkansas Tech University, will be joining the Teach Ag team this summer in Lexington, KY.
Tabitha will spend eight weeks at the NAAE office, where she will manage social media and work directly with the Teach Ag team on a variety of projects.
Agricultural education supply and demand profiles have been updated and are now available on the Teach Ag website. View the profiles by NAAE, AAAE, and FFA regions, along with an overall nationwide profile. Click here to view the profiles.
Each year the National Teach Ag Campaign selects an elite group of agricultural education majors to represent the profession and encourage others to teach agriculture.
Are you or someone you know planning to become an agriculture teacher? Check out the Teach Ag kits now available to purchase. Kits are $25.00.
Email Andrea Fristoe at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to order your kit TODAY!
2015 National Teach Ag Campaign Annual Report
2014 Year in Review
2014 National Teach Ag Campaign Annual Report
2013 National Teach Ag Campaign Annual Report
2012 National Teach Ag Campaign Annual Report
2011 National Teach Ag Campaign Annual Report