Student - All Access Summit Pass


Student - All Access Summit Pass

from 150.00

This ticket will give you access to the Opening Reception Dinner on Wednesday, June 20th, and the full program on Thursday, June 21st, and Friday, June 22nd. Valid Student ID must be presented at registration. Please remember to book housing using the housing link on the registration main page.

Tickets for the Pre-Summit Launch (+$25) and Iowa Ag Experience (+$55) are an additional cost, select your add-on options below.

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Pre-Summit Launch

Half-day Session:

Wednesday, June 20th | 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Creating an Inclusive and Welcoming Environment for LGBT Teachers and Students

Presented by: National Teach Ag Campaign

Sponsored by: National Teach Ag Campaign

The agricultural education community is working toward creating a diverse and inclusive framework for students and teachers. As part of the ongoing efforts of the National Association of Agricultural Educators and the National FFA Organization, this session is for current and preservice agriculture teachers who identify as LGBTQ, allies or those wanting to learn more about creating a welcoming classroom and profession for all. The session will be split into two sections: the first half will be devoted to supporting LGBTQ agriculture teachers and the second half will be devoted to supporting LGBTQ students. A variety of presenters will share advice, best practices and meaningful tips for those who want to ensure their students and colleagues are free to be their authentic selves.

Session Outcomes:

  • Identify strategies to support LGBTQ teachers and students.

  • Share common successes and challenges for LGBTQ teachers and allies.

Target Audience:

  • Current agriculture teachers

  • Preservice agriculture teachers

Full-day Session: 

Wednesday, June 20th | 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Tapping Into Internal Motivation and The Art of Delegation

Presented by: Tero International, Inc.

Sponsored by: Monsanto

Motivated people often outperform individuals with greater technical qualifications or skills. Without motivation, individuals can lose their knowledge advantage through complacency. The long term success of a leader is largely determined by those who follow. As a result, leaders must seek to understand what influences people, what makes them tick, how to talk to them, how to challenge them, how to motivate them and how to delegate the tasks for which they are best suited.

How do great leaders retain and motivate talented employees? Competent leaders do not underestimate this challenge and they understand that they cannot force someone to be motivated. They understand the difference between external and internal motivation and devote energy to creating an environment that fosters and naturally promotes inner motivation.

Session Outcomes:

  • Discover useful tools for improving employee retention and motivation.

  • Explore the five roles leaders play in organizations.

  • Learn to tap into internal motivation when delegating.

Target Audience:

  • Employee Resources Group (ERG) Leaders

  • Human Resources Professionals

  • Government and Public Service Officials

  • Allies and Families

  • College of Agriculture Students

  • Diversity and Inclusion Professionals

  • Executives and Organizational Leaders

Iowa Ag Experience Schedule

Saturday, June 23rd | 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

9:00 a.m.               Meet in hotel lobby and load bus

9:15/9:30 a.m.     Meredith Tour 

11:30 a.m.             Depart Meredith

12:00 p.m.            Farm to Table Lunch (location TBD)

1:30/2 p.m.          Farm Tour

3:45/4 p.m.          Ag Tour (location TBD)

5:00 p.m.              Travel back to hotel