Forbush student completes Future Agricultural Leaders program


Yadkin County rising high school senior John Collins of Forbush High School is recognized for completing NC Farm Bureau’s Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders (IFAL) Program with NC A&T State University Dr. Antoine Alston, NC State University Dr. Joy Morgan Fleming, and NC Farm Bureau President Larry Wooten. The program assists exceptional rising high school seniors from across the state in exploring agricultural-related college majors available at the state’s two land-grant universities — NC A&T State University and NC State University.


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Yadkin County rising high school senior John Collins of Forbush High School is recognized for completing NC Farm Bureau’s Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders (IFAL) Program with NC A&T State University Dr. Antoine Alston, NC State University Dr. Joy Morgan Fleming, and NC Farm Bureau President Larry Wooten. The program assists exceptional rising high school seniors from across the state in exploring agricultural-related college majors available at the state’s two land-grant universities — NC A&T State University and NC State University.

Yadkin County rising high school senior John Collins of Forbush High School is recognized for completing NC Farm Bureau’s Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders (IFAL) Program with NC A&T State University Dr. Antoine Alston, NC State University Dr. Joy Morgan Fleming, and NC Farm Bureau President Larry Wooten. The program assists exceptional rising high school seniors from across the state in exploring agricultural-related college majors available at the state’s two land-grant universities — NC A&T State University and NC State University.
https://www.yadkinripple.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/web1_image003_formatted.jpgYadkin County rising high school senior John Collins of Forbush High School is recognized for completing NC Farm Bureau’s Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders (IFAL) Program with NC A&T State University Dr. Antoine Alston, NC State University Dr. Joy Morgan Fleming, and NC Farm Bureau President Larry Wooten. The program assists exceptional rising high school seniors from across the state in exploring agricultural-related college majors available at the state’s two land-grant universities — NC A&T State University and NC State University. Submitted photo
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