Jan 02, 2014
Help a board member or fellow soybean producer with their New Year’s resolution by giving them a ticket to ASA’s 2014 Soybean Leadership College. ASA still has some available space in this year’s program held on Jan. 13-15, in Nashville, Tenn. The program includes an all-star lineup sure excite and help professionals improve their business and volunteer lives. If you have anyone you want to send, please register them by Monday, Jan.6, 2014. Registration information is below.
Who can attend Soybean Leadership College:
With so many stars in one meeting, Soybean Leadership College is just like being at the Grand Ole’ Opry!
Keynote speakers for the Soybean Leadership College program include:
The Soybean Leadership College will also showcase breakout education sessions on organizational leadership, communications and the latest issues impacting the soybean industry, such as key target areas of Freedom to Operate and Customer Focus. Click here to see a Soybean Leadership College agenda. The Soybean Leadership College is open to ASA, USB and USSEC directors, state association and QSSB leaders and staff, soybean producers wanting to assume a leadership position on a state or national level and college students seeking to further develop their organizational leadership skills.
After a day of speakers and educational programs, get ready for an evening of music and great food in Nashville. Monday evening will feature a networking event at the Honky Tonk Central, Nashville’s latest and greatest on the world famous “Lower Broadway” in downtown Nashville. Honky Tonk Central features three stories of live music to enjoy while meeting other Soybean Leadership College attendees.
Register for Soybean Leadership College Today
To register for the ASA Soybean Leadership College, contact your state association. For more information about the Soybean Leadership College or to register, click here. The registration deadline is Monday, Jan. 6, 2014.
The 2014 Soybean Leadership College is sponsored in by the following corporations and checkoff organizations: BASF, United Soybean Board, Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board, Delaware Soybean Board, Illinois Soybean Board, Indiana Soybean Alliance, Iowa Soybean Association, Kansas Soybean Commission, Maryland Soybean Board, Michigan Soybean Promotion Committee, Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council, Nebraska Soybean Board, New York Corn and Soybean Growers Association, North Carolina Soybean Producers Association, North Dakota Soybean Council, Ohio Soybean Council, South Dakota Soybean Research and Promotion Council, Tennessee Soybean Promotion Council, Virginia Soybean Board, and the Wisconsin Soybean Marketing Board.