The experiences of students are best seen in living color at our FFA events. Please see the below for further information about some of our statewide and national-level FFA events.
Over 7,000 high school students, advisors and guests attend the largest annual state CTSO conference in California. The event attracts young agricultural leaders from over 330 chapters from throughout California.
More than 69,000 attend the annual National FFA Convention & Expo, including students, teachers, school administrators, former FFA members and guests from throughout the country.
Students step into the role of one of California's State legislators, are assigned a specific California district and spend four days in Sacramento. SLE is all about the role of government, agricultural policy and advocacy.
A continuum of events designed to engage learners at their respective levels, the Integrated Leadership Development series is based on premier leadership development principles. Engaging, fun and thoughtful, students excel as a result of their attendance.
One of the most exciting ways a student can participate in FFA events is to join a competitive, career-focused team. From those that focus on public speaking and critical analysis to those that apply technical skills useful in high-wage careers, there’s a career or leadership development event that can suit every member’s interest.
The FFA Agriscience Fair recognizes middle and high school students who are studying the application of scientific principles and emerging technologies in agricultural enterprises.