Chapter Activity Report Blog

Cal Eta Chapter participates in College of Ag Ice Cream Social and talking about Alpha Zeta

Cal Eta Chapter participates in College of Ag Ice Cream Social and talking about Alpha Zeta

Cal Eta Chapter participates in College of Ag Ice Cream Social

Friday, November 1, 2019/Author: Whitney Wilgus/Number of views (166)/Comments (0)/
Cal Epsilon Brings a Treat to the Agriculture College

Cal Epsilon Brings a Treat to the Agriculture College

This October we decided to bring a ‘treat’ to our agriculture college!

Wednesday, October 30, 2019/Author: Whitney Wilgus/Number of views (96)/Comments (0)/
Cal Epsilon Event at Fresno State’s Vintage Days

Cal Epsilon Event at Fresno State’s Vintage Days

Cal Epsilon brotherhood event at Fresno State’s Vintage Days was a huge success!

Monday, May 6, 2019/Author: Whitney Wilgus/Number of views (282)/Comments (0)/

NC Chapter Volunteers at Moonlight at the Garden

Every year, the JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University holds the event “Moonlight in the Garden.”

Monday, November 26, 2018/Author: Whitney Wilgus/Number of views (419)/Comments (0)/
North Carolina Chapter Works at JC Ralston Arboretum

North Carolina Chapter Works at JC Ralston Arboretum

On October 27, 2018, brothers of the North Carolina Chapter of Alpha Zeta worked at the JC Raulston Arboretum.

Wednesday, October 31, 2018/Author: Whitney Wilgus/Number of views (466)/Comments (0)/
AZ Cornell Volunteers at Botanic Gardens' "Judy's Day"

AZ Cornell Volunteers at Botanic Gardens' "Judy's Day"

Members of Alpha Zeta Cornell volunteer at the Cornell Botanic Gardens' "Judy's Day," to help educate families about plants.

Sunday, September 30, 2018/Author: George Stack/Number of views (418)/Comments (0)/

Agricultural Diplomacy

Foreign Service Officer Testing

Registration for the October Foreign Service Exam opens August 29.

If you’re thinking about applying and want a career as an agricultural diplomat, I’m eager to help. I’m agricultural economist, life member American Foreign Service Association and AZ Auburn University. My belief is agriculture majors are needed in foreign affairs because we have technical training and education needed for success in technical, scientific, and complicated foreign affairs issues, including cyber, economics, science and more. I’m happy to advise. JEPDiplomat@gmail.com

James E. Patterson 

Member Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations

Member Sons of The American Legion 

Monday, August 27, 2018/Author: James Patterson/Number of views (378)/Comments (0)/
North Carolina Chapter Participates in Service Raleigh!

North Carolina Chapter Participates in Service Raleigh!

Several brothers participated in Service Raleigh, which is an annual event that promotes service to the community. 

Tuesday, April 17, 2018/Author: Ashlyn Britt/Number of views (576)/Comments (0)/
North Carolina Chapter Hosts Preschool Ag Day Part 2!

North Carolina Chapter Hosts Preschool Ag Day Part 2!

Thanks to a gracious alumni, the North Carolina Chapter was able to complete another Preschool Ag Day at a different preschool in the community. 

Saturday, April 14, 2018/Author: Ashlyn Britt/Number of views (616)/Comments (0)/
Cal Eta Chapter Teaches Kindergarten Students About Dairy

Cal Eta Chapter Teaches Kindergarten Students About Dairy

Chico State Alpha Zeta participated in Ag Day at the University Farm by teaching over 100 local kindergarten students about the dairy industry.

Friday, April 6, 2018/Author: Andrea Northup-Warner/Number of views (658)/Comments (0)/
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