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CAMPUS 
ENGAGEMENT

Farm Journal Foundation’s university engagement program is an education and advocacy program designed to engage university students on their college campuses. The program reaches future voters, consumers, and community leaders, educating them on the necessary role of modern agriculture in creating affordable, accessible, and nutritious food for a growing world. University partnerships are carefully selected based on the unique opportunities of each community. 

ABOUT

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HOW IT WORKS.

Each semester the Foundation engages with a diverse range of institutions including Ivy League institutions, liberal arts colleges, large state universities, and land grant universities. Through this program the Foundation has engaged with over 3 million students across more than 250 university campuses and other venues. The goal of the university engagement program is to create future champions for agriculture by providing experiential learning, leadership development opportunities, and to offer what is often student’s first opportunity to directly advocate to national-level policymakers.

WHO

3 million college students 
250 campuses across the US

WHAT

Diverse demographic academic disciplines institutions

HOW

Classroom curriculum 
peer to peer engagement 
Field level learning 
social community

IMPACT

Connect student voice to national level policy makers educate consumers voters and future leaders

WHERE WE'VE BEEN.

2019 UNIVERSITY STOPS

401 9th St. NW Suite 620 Washington, DC 20004  |  fjf@FarmJournalFoundation.org

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