The National Corn Growers Association and DuPont have launched the third year of the NCGA DuPont New Leaders Program, designed for corn growers who are newly active or considering involvement in agriculture leadership, and seek to build their communications skills so they can better serve their peers.
Ideal participants will be farming couples or individuals from, such as those considering a board position. Those interested must be at least 21 years of age, active in corn farming, NCGA members and not currently serving as an officer on their state affiliate board. Couples are strongly encouraged to apply together.
The program will be implemented with two plenary sessions. The first will be in Iowa in February 2016 and the second in Washington in July 2016. Applications are due Friday, Oct. 30, and participants accepted for the program will be notified in November. All program-related travel and lodging expenses will be covered, per NCGA policy and procedures. For more information and/or to register, visit www.ncga.com/nlp.
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