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FFA celebrates 2020 graduates through Forever Blue Network


This spring, the National FFA Organization introduced Forever Blue Network — their new online network to connect former FFA members and its supporters.

The FFA Forever Blue Network is a professional and personal development platform that allows former FFA members and supporters of FFA to find ways to volunteer, serve as a mentor, post-career opportunities and much more. It enables users to network and share with one another ways in how to connect with local chapters as well as help each other out.

Now, the network is celebrating the newest FFA alumni members — the class of 2020, through the Grad2020 group. This group was designed to recognize this year’s high school and college seniors by sharing messages of support and providing a space for seniors to share their favorite memories of FFA.

Members of the Forever Blue Network can participate in this group and celebrate those graduating in 2020. This year’s graduates can post their senior pictures, pictures with their blue and gold, favorite FFA experiences, favorite FFA friends, favorite memories, and more.

“We’re excited to celebrate our members who have graduated this year,” said Joshua Rusk, executive director of National FFA Alumni & Supporters. “Forever Blue Network allows our future leaders to connect with our current leaders within the agricultural industry and beyond and, through the Grad2020 group, we are able to celebrate our graduates while acknowledging their success.”

The National FFA Organization provides leadership, personal growth and career success training through agricultural education to more than 700,000 student members who belong to one of the more than 8,600 local FFA chapters throughout the U.S., Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The organization is also supported by more than 8 million alumni and supporters throughout the U.S.

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