The Iowa Soybean Association is encouraging Iowa high school students who are considering an ag-related career to participate in the Soy Scholars program, launching this month at the Iowa FFA Leadership Conference in Ames, April 18 through April 19. Four students will be selected to participate in the three-session career immersion, field experience and job shadow program. During the sessions, students will work directly with a mentor in their field of interest to gain hands-on experience, ask questions and make connections. Soy Scholars allows students to explore career paths before they graduate high school or declare a college major. For more information or to apply, visit the ISA booth at the Iowa FFA Leadership Conference, or follow this link. The deadline to apply is Tuesday, May 3.
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