The membership affiliation program is designed to easily mobilize volunteers to support local agricultural education programs and their FFA chapters. This program allows chapters to provide membership, services and benefits to an unlimited number of volunteers/supporters for one fee while keeping the rest of their funds right at home for their local programs. This program will also assist the National FFA Alumni and Supporters in their strategic goal of having an active alumni chapter in every FFA chapter in the country and dramatically increasing the number of advocates and supporters with time, talent and resources at the local, state and national level. The program fee allows for an unlimited number of annual members. The membership year begins on August 1 and ends on July 31.
Annual membership is open to anyone interested in supporting and advocating for FFA, agricultural education, agriculture or volunteerism through their gifts of time, talent, and financial resources on a yearly basis. Annual members receive membership benefits such as hotel discounts and vehicle purchase rebates, the National FFA Alumni New Visions newsletter, the Wisconsin FFA Alumni The Announcer newsletter, the ability to attend personal and professional development conferences and conventions, additional sponsor benefits and a voice in alumni business.
Lifetime membership is a one-time INVESTMENT in the future of our organization. Your investment ensures that the FFA and FFA Alumni will be around for future generations of agriculturalists and to help us reach as many members as we possibly can so that they can exert an influence in their home and community. Alumni members receive a lifetime subscription to the New Visions newsletter, a lifetime subscription to FFA New Horizons magazine, the Wisconsin FFA Alumni The Announcer newsletter, the ability to attend personal and professional development conferences and conventions, additional sponsor benefits and a voice in alumni business.
This FREE five-year membership is provided annually to individuals that are graduating or have recently graduated from high school.
Types of Chapters
Non-Traditional Chapters are available to groups, businesses and corporations as a means of providing their members/employees an opportunity to individually and collectively help support Agricultural Education programs and FFA chapters as a unified Alumni Chapter without being tied directly to a local FFA chapter. Non-Traditional Chapters connect geographically-separate, yet otherwise-linked individuals to one another and allow them to rally around nearby chapters, even if those chapters are not their home chapters. This connection allows them to be a helping hand to local FFA advisors, as well as to state associations and the national organization.
Traditional Chapters are available to groups as a means of providing their members an opportunity to individually and collectively help support Agricultural Education programs and FFA chapters as a unified Alumni Chapter.