The Professional Agricultural Workers Conference Tomorrow’s Agricultural Professional Symposium (TAPS) will be held on December 8 – 9, 2019, will provide participants with exposure to hands-on experiences, topics, discoveries, careers and possibilities that agriculture and related fields have to offer. Activities include:
- Impromptu Speaking Contest
- Agricultural Exploration
- Agricultural Leadership
- Agriculture & Technology – Making the Connection
- And More!!!
Tomorrow’s Agricultural Professional Symposium (TAPS) is a reflection of the Tuskegee University College of Agriculture, Environment and Nutrition Sciences’ commitment to increase the awareness of educational and career opportunities in the fields of food, agriculture, natural resources and related sciences (FANRRS) for youth as a means of addressing workforce concerns in FANRRS. The goals of TAPS are achieved through a series of hands on experiences, including wet labs and site visits as well as leadership development and personal enrichment activities that bring home agricultural issues of today and tomorrow as well as the participant’s role in addressing these issues! TAPS offers two distinct programs, one of which is for high school students and a second specifically designed for collegiate students. By the end of the TAPS program, participants at every level will be able to operate more effectively and serve as leaders to others in addressing agricultural issues
– The TAPS High School Program (Dec 8 – 9, 2019) is designed to acquaint high school sophomores, juniors and seniors with hands-on experiences, including wet labs and site visits as well as leadership development and personal enrichment activities as they explore educational and career opportunities in FANRRS. Special program activities and events include an Impromptu Speaking Contest, Borlaug Dialogue, and sessions on agricultural exploration, creative cooking, agriculture technology, and much more!
– The TAPS Collegiate Program (December 8, 2019) is designed for collegiate students committed to enhancing their employability skills. The TAPS collegiate program will feature a series of professional development workshops focusing on employability skills and be delivered by members of the agribusiness community, including those from industry, government, academia and NGOs, setting the stage for the soft skills programs, such as the Leadership and Excellence by Tuskegee University Students (LET US) Academy. Program activities will include series of workshops that emphasize oral and written communication, team-building and more!
Register for the 2019 TAPS – Grades 7 – 12 (SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE)
Register for the 2019 TAPS Collegiate Program (FREE) (COMING SOON!!!)
2019 TAPS Leadership Institute Program Flyer (COMING SOON!!!)
2019 TAPS / Code of Conduct
2019 TAPS Agenda
2019 TAPS Program Agenda Flyer for Collegiate Students
2019 Youth Program Partners and Sponsors
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