DUBLIN, Ohio - Students from across Ohio attended the 212 & 360 Leadership Conference. The conference is an activity of the National FFA Organization sponsored by Syngenta, Crop Production Services and CSX Corporation as a special project of the National FFA Foundation.
Blake Campbell, Emma Tornes, John Tucker, James Whalin and Megan Whalin, all members of the Waterford FFA Chapter attended the conference on Jan. 21 and 22.
The two-day 212 conference helps FFA members become aware of the four categories of growth while discovering the importance of pursuing life-long growth. They attended sessions on discovering how habits effect growth, the difference between personal and professional relationships as well as identifying a personal mentor or coach.
Members of the Waterford Chapter pose for a picture while attending the 212/360 National Leadership Conference in Dublin. From left, Emma Tornes, John Tucker, Blake Campbell, James Whalin and Megan Whalin.
The two-day 360 conference helps FFA members become aware of influence and the influence process while discovering the importance of contributing to their chapter. They attended sessions on discovering how to build relationships, build trust and be deliberate all while collaborating with others to be true agents of change.
The National FFA Organization coordinates 212 & 360 nationally with the sponsorship of Syngenta, while CPS and CSX supported the programs taking place in Ohio. This school year, more than 4,000 students across the nation will participate in a 212 and 360 Leadership Conference.