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Proficiency Awards

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  What is a Proficiency Award?
Agricultural Proficiency Awards honor FFA members who, through supervised agricultural experiences, have developed specialized skills that they can apply toward their future careers.

Application Due Date: February 16

Proficiency Award Areas      
Entrepreneurship   Placement    Combined    Agriscience Research 
Supervised Agricultural Experiences related to the ownership of an agribusiness or agriculture-related enterprise. The member plans, implements, operates and assumes financial risks of ownership.   Supervised agricultural experiences that include non-ownership, agriculturally-related paid or unpaid employment and/or volunteer work.   Award area for supervised agricultural experiences that are not split between entrepreneurship or placement. Applicants can combine both placement and entrepreneurship records if both are included in the SAE.   Supervised agricultural experiences that involve planning and conducting an agriculturally based scientific experiment based on hypothesis and the use of the scientific methods of investigation on the hypothesis.

National FFA Rubrics & Resources      
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