Programs

Scholarship Application

The Northwestern FFA Boosters offer an annual college scholarship to members of the FFA that exhibit leadership, drive, and service to the community.

2015 Scholarship Recipients Totaling $4000.

Sarah Baldwin – $1000

Shelby Lindner- $1000

Brooke Weeks – $1000

Makayla Storck – $1000


Clark County Fair Livestock Projects

The Northwestern FFA Boosters donate money towards animal projects at the fair to reward members for their hard work and completion of the project.

FFA Members earn $25 for each of the following categories

1. Dues Paid Northwestern FFA Member

2. Above the average in Activity points earned throughout the year

3. Being in a leadership position of Officer or Queen or earn your Chapter, State or American degree

4. Work one full shift in the Tator Hut at the Clark County Fair.

Booster Donations:

2012 – $1675

2013 – $3250

2014 – $2925

2015- $2725


Camp Muskingham

The NW FFA Boosters provide financial support for the FFA members attending the FFA Summer Camp which offers hands-on experience in leadership development, conservation education and recreation. The boosters underwrite the cost of this camp to reduce the financial burden and give everyone the chance to learn skills and develop a better understanding of leadership and conservation.


State Convention

Boosters provide financial support to lower the cost of participation, provide transportation and supervision for the FFA member and allow our members to learn new leadership skills and show off their skills and talents to the rest of Ohio.

National Convention

Boosters provide financial support to lower the cost of participation, provide transportation and supervision for the FFA member and allow our members to learn new leadership skills through participation in workshops and lectures. They also experience hands on Agri science and agricultural demonstrations learning new techniques, skills and leadership as it relates to agriculture in the world.

 

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