The resources on this page are targeted to help chapters host effective chapter meetings, plan activities and events and engage their members.
- Program of Activities
- State Superior Chapter Award
- National Chapter Award- State Gold/Silver/Bronze Recognition
- FFA Brand Center
- Chapter Meeting Resources
- Chapter Level Degree Applications
- Official FFA Manual
- Banquet Materials
- Nebraska FFA Foundation
FFA Chapters use the Program of Activities (POA) to plan and develop their goals for the year. A well-developed POA serves to define the chapter goals and outlines steps needed to meet those goals. The POA also provides a written guide for administrators, advisory committees, and others with a calendar of events the chapter will follow in the year ahead.
Nebraska FFA recommends using the AET to generate your chapter’s POA. For step-by-step resources, guides and tutorials on the POA in the AET, click the button below.
Every chapter that meets the minimum quality chapter standards and completes Form I (Form I Activities and Form I Indicators) will qualify as a state superior chapter. To do this, chapters need to conduct one activity related to each quality standard in addition to meeting the minimum criteria outlined in the National Quality Chapter Standards. Chapters receive a superior chapter certificate each year they achieve this level.
To compete for state gold, silver or bronze awards, chapters must qualify for the superior chapter award and complete Form II. Chapters use Form II to report goals, plans of action and results/evaluation on three activities for each division. State judges rank the chapters as gold, silver or bronze based on the rubric. Chapters receive a multi-year plaque and yearly plaque inserts, commonly known as spurs, specifying the level achieved each year.
The state’s top 20 gold applications may be submitted for national competition.
The National FFA Organization provides guidance, information, and resources on using the FFA emblem and brand. The National FFA Media and Brand Center is your one-stop for utilizing the emblem, accessing PSAs and fact sheets, and getting answers to questions on the FFA brand.
- Banquet Planning Guide
- Chapter Appreciation Certificate
- Discovery FFA Degree Certificate
- Greenhand FFA Degree Certificate
- Chapter FFA Degree Certificate
- Honorary Chapter Degree Certificate
- Outstanding Achievement Certificate
- Achievement Award Certificate
The Nebraska FFA Foundation provides a Chapter Resource Center for programs, scholarships and classroom resources, including the FFA and AFNR Handbook.