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Hoosier and American Degrees      
The Hoosier and American FFA Degrees are tremendous accomplishments for an FFA member. These degrees document that the member has achieved success at a high level in their Supervised Agriculture Experience program, leadership development, and community service. These degrees recognize what FFA members strive for in their careers.

State Star Program      
The Stars over Indiana award program recognizes FFA members that have excelled in the Supervised Agricultural Experience Programs. Members compete in 1 of 4 different Star Award Areas: Agribusiness, Agriscience, Farmer, and Placement.

Proficiency areas recognize members for their advancement and expertise in their Supervised Agriculture Experience (SAE) programs. With a wide range of placement and ownership categories, these work experience areas serve to develop skills in our members that can only be learned through "hands on" efforts outside the classroom. Indiana FFA serves as an economic development engine by promoting career skills in its members.

Honorary Hoosier Degree, Distinguished Service and VIP Award      
The Honorary Hoosier Degree, Distinguished Service and the VIP Awards are presented by the Indiana FFA at the annual State FFA Convention. Nominations may be made by any FFA chapter representative in the state of Indiana. Nominations may also be made by members of the Indiana FFA Executive Committee, State FFA Officers and State Staff.

National Chapter Award      
The National Chapter Awards program seeks to recognize the finest FFA chapters in Indiana and the nation. Chapters have the opportunity to showcase their top activities. The application is available on 

Living to Serve Applications      
Community Initiative: Servant Leadership is not a catch phrase. It is indeed a lifestyle and one that blesses the giver and recipient in ways that can be hard to measure. This awards area will recognize those chapters who have made serving their community an important part of their FFA Chapter's program.

Safety Initiative: Agriculture remains one of the most dangerous occupational fields in America. This program will recognize those chapters who have made a special effort to make their agriculture community a safer place through education and service programs.

Healthy Lifestyles Initiative: (NEW) A healthy Lifestyle can be described as eating right and being active, real health includes getting enough sleep, practicing mindfulness, managing stress, keeping mind and body fit, connecting socially, and more. Robert Hays led a healthy lifestyle and wanted those around him to do so as well. Rob not only devoted himself to a healthy life but also to the FFA. He was a member in high school, served as a state FFA officer, taught agriculture, and was a part of state staff until we lost him in September 2020. His loss is still felt today in our organization. We seek to continue to honor Rob’s life and legacy by providing Indiana FFA chapters the chance to showcase their Healthy Lifestyles through the Living to Serve Healthy Lifestyles award application. Indiana FFA wants to provide our chapters with the opportunity to be recognized for making a difference in their local communities and promoting healthy lifestyles. To that we offer, the Living to Serve Healthy Lifestyles program. The application process is simple, the awards outstanding, and the legacy of Robert C. Hays will live on in Indiana FFA members and their chapters by promoting healthy lifestyles in their home and community.

Indiana State Fair Scholarship      

The Indiana FFA offers an annual scholarship in the amount of $500 to a student who has benefited themselves and the Indiana FFA by contributing to the Indiana FFA Pavilion and/or Country Market and its activities at the State Fair. 

Click here to apply for the State Fair Scholarship.

Washington Leadership Conference      

The Washington Leadership Conference is an opportunity for FFA members across the country to learn skills to become better leaders. Held in Washington D.C. annually, the five-day conference features workshops and speakers that teach attendees to "know their purpose, value people, take action and serve others."

Click here to apply for the Washington Leadership Conference Scholarship


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