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Master of Science (MS)
Applied Sciences, Technology, and Education
Brian K. Warnick
Michael L. Pate
Julie P. Wheeler
Student involvement on college campuses is important for the professional growth, leadership development and learning of today's college student. This research sought to determine the factors that influence former high school FFA members' reasons for joining and participating in the Collegiate FFA.
The study showed that students who are involved in the National FFA at the secondary level are more likely to join Collegiate FFA while attending a university that offers the Collegiate FFA option. These students were actively engaged on campus and were interested in helping others. Collegiate FFA programs, the National FFA, and universities across the country should begin their recruitment efforts with current high school FFA members.
Vanderbos, Sara, "Factors that influence secondary students to join the Collegiate FFA" (2013). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 1489.
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