The FFA was originally the Future Farmers of America but in 1988 the name was changed to The National FFA Organization to reflect the growing diversity in agriculture.
Learning to Do, Doing to Learn, Earning to Live, Living to Serve.
President — The President is stationed by the rising sun, a symbol of a new era in agriculture.
Vice President — Stationed by the plow, the symbol of labor and tillage of the soil.
Secretary — Stationed by the ear of corn, the symbol of the national span of FFA because corn is grown in all fifty states.
Treasurer —Stationed by emblem of Washington, to keep an accurate account of receipts and disbursements just as Washington kept his farm account.
Reporter — Stationed by the flag, to inform the people that the FFA is a national organization.
Sentinel — Stationed by the door, they are the ones who greet guests and members.
Advisor — Stationed by the owl, the emblem of knowledge and wisdom.