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Cornell chapter hosts a booth at the National FFA Convention

Cornell chapter hosts a booth at the National FFA Convention

Originally posted by Rebecca S. Terry

The Cornell Chapter of Alpha Zeta Fraternity hosted an Alpha Zeta booth proudly representing the National Alpha Zeta Fraternity in the FFA Career & College Expo at the 2012 National FFA Convention...
Sunday, November 18, 2012/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (409)/Comments (0)/
UF Hosts Barrett Keene 2/28/12

UF Hosts Barrett Keene 2/28/12

Originally posted by Claire D. Page

Barrett Keene is a former agriscience teacher from Florida who is embarking on a crazy adventure. He is taking the last few months of his PHD at Cornell University to walk literally across the United States of America. Why is he taking on such a crazy adventure? Well at the Florida Chapters meeting he shared those exact thoughts. Barrett is supporting a cause that not many of us think about on a daily basis or much at all unless you see commercials or know of someone who came from the situation. I am talking about orphaned and abandoned kids. He is promoting the Global Orphan Project as he walks talking to student and people just like our members to help be proactive ad sustainable about getting the children in the project schooling and care...

Monday, March 5, 2012/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (508)/Comments (0)/

High School Student Seminar for future Jobs and College Education

Originally posted by Paola Luna

The chapter was invited to Escuela Prof. Juana Rosario in Aguada were a table was reserved to the chapter so we could inform the high school students what kind of job opportunities they would have with the Agricultural, Animal Science, Soils and other related bachelors degrees that the University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez Campus offer. The students were informed with one-on-one conversations with students and were also informed with the various brochures that the chapter created...
Monday, February 6, 2012/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (385)/Comments (0)/
Cornell Chapter Volunteers at Local Children's Garden

Cornell Chapter Volunteers at Local Children's Garden

Originally posted by Emmaline A. Long

On 10/15, several members from the Cornell Chapter went to the Ithaca Children's Garden to volunteer at a fall harvest event. Members spent the afternoon helping kids and their families build scarecrows. Members who went said it was really rewarding to help everyone get into the fall spirit with a hands on activity.
Sunday, October 30, 2011/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (391)/Comments (0)/
Cal Epsilon participates in San Francisco Farm Day

Cal Epsilon participates in San Francisco Farm Day

Originally posted by Sarah Thomas

On Thursday, October 20th, members of Alpha Zeta Cal Epsilon had the opportunity to take part in a California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom event, titled San Francisco Farm Day. Read more...
Monday, October 24, 2011/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (439)/Comments (0)/
UF and FWC Alligator Outreach Service 10/3/11

UF and FWC Alligator Outreach Service 10/3/11

Originally posted by Claire D. Page

The Florida Chapter of Alpha Zeta decided to take an evening to learn about our mascot, the alligator. Our service chair Jaclyn Irwin, interested in conservation biology, held a service event with Florida Fish and Wildlife to learn how to properly teach people of all ages proper care and information about them. Members attended the FWC Alligator Outreach Orientation to learn how to present information on the alligator ranging from the biology to the different laws surrounding the animal.  The members met up on campus to carpool over Florida Wildlife Service Research Office...
Monday, October 3, 2011/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (444)/Comments (0)/
Cornell Chapter Participates in "Judy's Day"

Cornell Chapter Participates in "Judy's Day"

Originally posted by Emmaline A. Long

On Sunday, 9/18 three actives volunteered at "Judy's Day". This event is hosted every other year by The Cornell Plantations. This year, the theme was "Harvesting History" and focused on local life in the mid-1800's. This free event is open to the community and is geared towards children. It included many hands-on activities, music, and food.
Tuesday, September 20, 2011/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (410)/Comments (0)/
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