Students in Nikki Doll’s Center FFA chapter and Center-Stanton Agriculture Education program practice service learning and have made a difference in their communities and around the world.

Recently, Doll’s students were named finalists for the 2018 National Premier Chapter in Building Communities and Growing Leaders. To be eligible, students have to demonstrate competency in doing innovative things or taking traditional concepts and applying creative twists. Less than 1 percent of chapters are chosen for this honor each year. Center-Stanton was selected in two areas.

In this episode of The Cutting Ed, learn how service learning impacts students and teaches them 21st Century skills while also having an impact on people in Center-Stanton and in projects they’ve become involved in outside of North Dakota.

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