Oregon State University is home to a diverse and abundant amount of opportunities. In the College of Agriculture there are also a wide variety of opportunities for people to get involved with. Here are just a few of the club spotlights of opportunity waiting for you:
The OSU Bird Nerds is a student-run ornithological club at Oregon State University (OSU). The mission of the club is to provide OSU students with an opportunity to learn more about the amazing world of birds through bird-related activities, résumé-building experiences, guest speakers, species identification workshops, and field trips. They share the knowledge gained from these activities with the Corvallis community through volunteerism, education, and conservation involvement.
Some of their activities they do as a club are tree climbing workshops, bird walks, raptor identification and day and overnight trips.
For more information check out: http://osubirdnerds.weebly.com/
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/The-Bird-Nerds-Club-at-Oregon-State-University-1983945715218458/
Sign-up for Listserv: email@example.com
Collegiate FFA (CFFA)
The mission statement for CFFA is they are a group committed to service and striving for personal growth. Their club motto is “Giving Back and Growing Forward”. Throughout the year they volunteer at a variety of events and are also involved with Oregon FFA.
Some of the activities that the club does are volunteering at Oregon FFA State Convention, CDE Days, Oregon Agriculture in the Classroom Fall Harvest Dinner, fun activities, monthly meetings, guest speakers and new this year is an industry tour.
How can you get involved?
Follow the club on Facebook @Oregon State Collegiate FFA and come to meetings!
FFA background is not needed!
Crop Science Club
The mission of the club is to provide a medium for study, investigation, and discussion of problems related to technical farm crops and crop problems of the farm. They also strive to create close acquaintance with undergrads and grad students interested in farm crop production, open to all majors. The club acts as “vehicle” to connect students to service projects and internship opportunities.
Some of the events that they do as a club are an industry tour that is coming up on March 9th, Hyslop Field-Day BBQ, FFA CDE Contest and Judging, and more.
The club meetings are Tuesdays at 5pm in the Crop Science Building room 138.