When I joined FFA, I joined for the sole purpose of college resumes. At the time, I had set myself on the path of being a veterinarian, and the FFA was just something to help me get there. Mr. Gregg, my FFA advisor at the time enforced this idea, and looking back I think he knew I’d be hooked once I joined, and he was so right. He encouraged me to do creed speaking, go to LTS, National Convention, and run for section office. At state convention that year, after being elected Section Vice President, I felt different. My view of the FFA changed, this wasn’t just something to help me become a vet, it was something which helped me become a better person, and from that moment on, I knew I wanted to #teachag . My current advisor, Mr. Moss is another great motivator, he pushes me to strive for greatness in everything I do, FFA related or not. I’m so glad I found the FFA, and I’m so glad to have agriculture teachers to thank for it.