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Dive into why you should join Greek Life, more specifically AGR. From the Fall 2021 edition of Sickcle & Sheaf.
Epsilon alumnus and former Grand President, Allan Johnson and wife, Sara Wyant, have a long history of working in Washington, D.C. covering agriculture and rural policy issues impacting farmers and rural citizens. Upon identifying a need for educating AGR collegians about agriculture policy, Al and Sara developed the Agriculture and Rural Policy Internship, with its first two interns completing their time in D.C. in the summer of 2020.
The North-American Interfraternity Conference's (NIC) Undergraduate Award of Distinction recognizes fraternity men who, throughout their collegiate experience, have found an outlet for development as both a leader and a better man. They are exemplary members of their chapters and serve their brothers, campuses and fraternity/sorority communities with humble confidence.
"I remember running my first half marathon and thinking there was no way I would want to or be able to run the full 26.2...Turns out I was wrong. After I started a running blog, I never thought I would actually publish a book... Turns out I was wrong."
Summers have moved from being a time of relaxation to a time for students to further their career development by taking part in internships. Read more about AGR's internship experiences this summer!
Alpha Gamma Rho hopes your year is off to a great start! We encourage every Alpha Gamma Rho Brother to take advantage of all agricultural networking events, especially those involving the fraternity. Make 2019 a year of opportunity by staying involved and attending these great networking events!
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