Applications

WE BELEVIE IN THE FUTURE OF AGRICULTURE

Scholarship

Flying G Scholarship

This Scholarship is in honor of George, Garnett, and George IV Campbell. The Flying G Scholarship does not require the student to be officiated with the Equine industry. It applies to any senior students enrolled in Agriculture Education. There will be one winner that will be announced for each scholarship to be recognized at our annual Sand Springs FFA Banquet.

INCLUDE WITH THIS APPLICATION THE FOLLOWING:

  • An official 7th semester transcript, including class rank, grade point average, and ACT/SAT score.
  • A resume that includes high school and community activities (include offices held), honors and awards, school and community service, work experience, and future plans.
  • A letter of recommendation from a local educator, Agriculture Instructors excluded.
  • Essay 2 Page Max 1” Margins, Times New Roman 12 Point, single spaced: Describe your high school equine career highlights and how the equine industry has impacted your life and career choices. If no equine involvement, describe your FFA career and your future plans.

Paul F Hoey Scholarship

This Scholarship is in honor of Mr. Hoey, It applies to any senior enrolled in Agriculture Education.There will be one winner that will be announced for each scholarship to be recognized at our annual Sand Springs FFA Banquet.

INCLUDE WITH THIS APPLICATION THE FOLLOWING:

  • An official 7th semester transcript, including class rank, grade point average, and ACT/SAT score.
  • A resume that includes high school and community activities (include offices held), honors and awards, school and community service, work experience, and future plans.
  • A letter of recommendation from a local educator, Agriculture Instructors excluded.
  • Essay 2 Page Max 1” Margins, Times New Roman 12 Point, single spaced: Describe your high school agriculture career highlights and how the FFA has impacted your life and career choices include future plans.

FFA Officer Team Application

The Sand Springs chapter elects six chapter officers each year prior to the annual FFA banquet. In order to run for chapter office, a member must be completing Ag 1 at the time of application. They must be a member in good standing, having participated in fund raising activities and must not have been suspended from school for any reason. In addition, they must have a minimum of a 2.0 GPA in order to run. There are three steps to the process:

  1. Application (30%): members wishing to run must complete an application including a resume.
  2. Interviews (50%): members who complete the application will be asked to attend an interview session consisting of one interview.
  3. Member popular vote (20%): The members attending the State FFA convention will be asked to vote during the first night of the convention. The members running for an office will be placed on a ballot in no particular order.

If you wish to run for office you will need to complete and turn in the following:

  • Officer Application Form (It will be emailed directly to Mr. Schmidt),
  • Develop a resume - Mr. Evans or Mr. Schmidt will have Examples and you can find the FFA resume template here (You must make a copy of the template to be able to edit it)
  • Sand Springs FFA Officer Contract Signed - Print Here

Proficiency Awards

Members may submit Proficiency awards to receive recognition for their accomplishments on the local and state level. Local applications are due by April 15th for recognition at the annual chapter banquet. Members who choose to submit applications on the state level must submit these applications to advisors by December 15th so that changes and corrections may be finished in time to submit on the State level by February 15th. All applications can be found on the chapter website. The following categories will be the areas recognized on the local level:


Ag Education Ag Mechanics Ag Processing

Ag Sales Ag Services Beef Production

Horticulture Equine Science Outdoor Rec.

Poultry Production Sheep Production Swine Production

Specialty Animal Vegetable Production Wildlife Man.

Agricultural Communications Goat Production Small Animal