Mon, 13 December 2021
OFI 1253: Developing A Wide Breadth Of Knowledge To Take Back To The Classroom | FFA SAE Edition | Kaelyn Sumner | Pulaski High School FFA
Back in 2018 I interviewed a high school sophomore named Kaelyn Sumner who was just starting her first agricultural business with honey bees called "K's Bees". At the time she told me about her interest in insects, bees and doing research beyond her entrepreneurship SAE. Fast forward to today, and Kaelyn is a freshman in college at Kansas State University and has followed through on all of those statements that she made.
Kaelyn is majoring in Agricultural Education with minors in entomology and food science. She has already lined up work in the food production industry for her summers, and she intends on bring knowledge about food science back to the high school ag classroom as an ag teacher in a few short years. In addition, she has competed in several research projects and seen a lot of success since we talked in 2018, including placing in two, national science contests.
Kaelyn is a great example of good goal setting and following through on what your vision is. She has great advice for students in this episode!
Direct download: Off_Farm_Income--Episode_1253_Kaelyn_Sumner-112621.mp3
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