More than 300 companies and organizations were represented at the National FFA Expo. Carley Potter leads the intern program for CHS and appreciates the passion found within the students. “We see the confidence as they grow through the FFA program and we’re here to support all the opportunities that they have available to them.” Potter, who is originally from Hunter, North Dakota, said the FFA students typically have personal experience on the farm. “We also like to showcase if you have that analytical background or if you have the communication skills, there’s opportunities at companies like CHS that are in the agriculture world.” CHS is a major sponsor of the Red River Farm Network coverage of the National FFA Convention.
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