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Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow

2016 ACT Officer Photo

Officers: Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow officers for 2016 are (back from left) Mikhayla DeMott, secretary/treasurer; Jill Seiler, vice president of development; Jamie Morrissey, Ag council representative, Shaylee Arpin, public relations director and Anissa Zagonel, secretary/treasurer (front from left) Brooke Haas, vice president of membership, and Audrey Schmitz, president.

Through clubs and activities students learn more about the agriculture communications industry, network with professionals, strengthen skills, build portfolios, establish friendships, and make memories.

There are many ways to get involved in clubs and activities at K-State. Whether it's a club related to your major or participating in a community service project, the opportunities are endless. Ag Communicators of Tomorrow is for those who want to communicate within the broad realm of agriculture. Our meetings include social, professional, and business aspects and are a great way to meet students in the agricultural communications major, as well as others. The group offers many opportunities for those looking to obtain further experience in communications. We are excited about this year and all that we have to offer! Look on this page, as well as our Facebook and Twitter pages, for more information.

ACT Club Goals  

  • Reach out to organizations within and outside the College of Agriculture through events.
  • Provide members with necessary and useful tools in the field of agricultural communications and journalism by providing a checklist and interactive professional development activities.
  • Host two philanthropy events per semester.
  • Create and stick to a yearly budget, including raising $2,000 by May 2015.
  • Increase communication with our members and the public by developing a social media plan and other communication platforms.
New Requirements: To earn financial support from ACT to attend a professional development conference or Agricultural Media Summit, or to earn funding for contest registrations, dues must be paid and members must attend 70 percent of all ACT functions.

 

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ACT 2016–2017 Officers
Audrey Schmitz, President
Jill Seiler, Vice President of Development
Booke Haas, Vice President of Membership
Anissa Zagonel, Secretary/Treasurer
Mikhayla DeMott, SecretaryTreasurer
Shaylee Arpin, Public Relations Director
Jamie Morrissey, Ag Council Representative

 

 
Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow
Officer Mission Statement
To be intentional about our relationships with advisors, members and outside
students in order to make them feel welcome and invited to grow
personally and professionally with us.
Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow (ACT)
is sponsored by
the Department of Communications and Agricultural Education.