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Ambassadors for Agriculture are available to speak to your group, at banquets, career days, and other events. To invite an Ambassador for Agriculture to speak at your event, please contact CassiDe Street, Coordinator for Student Retention, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (806) 742-2808.
Stylish and practical, the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources Cap features an embroidered (raised) Texas Tech Masked Rider team logo on the front, stitched “TEXAS TECH” at wearer's left side and embroidered “AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES AND NATURAL RESOURCES” logo on the rear. Proceeds support CASNR’s Ambassadors for Agriculture program. Click here for more information.
The Ambassadors for Agriculture is a group of young men and women who are dedicated to spreading the story of American agriculture and opportunities for youth in the broad fields of agriculture and natural resources. The group consists of current students in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at Texas Tech University. Ambassadors have extensive experience in the art of public speaking through 4-H, FFA, and various other speaking competitions.
Ambassadors for Agriculture are available to speak on motivational and informative topics relating to opportunities for youth. They speak at banquets, high school assemblies or classes, commencement exercises, agricultural science classes, and other similar types of meetings. The Ambassadors are also available to speak on agricultural topics to civic clubs, business groups, young farmer groups, and farm cooperatives. Also available are leadership and motivational workshops for FFA chapters, 4-H clubs, and other youth groups.
To invite one of the Ambassadors for Agriculture to speak to your group, please call the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at (806) 742-2808 or e-mail your request to CASNR Coordinator for Student Retention CassiDe Street. When possible, please allow us at least one week notice prior to your event.
Coordinator for Student Retention