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90th National FFA Convention Broadcast Interns


Hannah BorgHannah Borg

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Hannah Borg is a junior at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln studying Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Communication minoring in Engler Agribusiness Entrepreneurship and Nebraska Beef Industry Scholars. Borg was raised on a diversified row crop farm with a feedlot operation. Her hobbies include riding horses, thrifting and is an avid sunset chaser. When she’s not at school you can find her at home behind the camera trying to get the perfect farm shoot. On campus, Hannah is involved with Collegiate Farm Bureau, Agriculture Communicators of Tomorrow (ACT) and is the secretary for the Nebraska Agriculture Youth Council (NAYC). This past summer Hannah was a Farm Broadcasting intern for the Rural Radio Network. Examples of daily tasks could include giving commodity reports, producing interviews and assisting with social media management.


Corryn La RueCorryn La Rue

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Corryn La Rue was born and raised in California. She was very active in 4-H and FFA. Corryn has attended Utah State University since the fall of 2015. Corryn is a double major in Agriculture Communications and Journalism, with an emphasis in broadcasting and a minor in Animal Science. Corryn has completed several radio internships in California and Utah, and has hosted two different radio shows at two different stations. She was awarded the Frischknecht Internship at Utah Public Radio last spring, and is completing her internship this fall.  Her dream job is to work for RFDTV and host an agriculture report, or a specialty show.


Thomas ShawThomas Shaw

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Thomas Shaw, a senior at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, is pursuing his Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Communication with a minor in AgriBusiness. Shaw is from Greenville, Ohio where he raises registered dairy cattle with his family. In his free time, Shaw enjoys showing cattle at the local, state, and national levels while continuing to promote the agriculture and dairy industries.

At Ohio State, Shaw is actively involved in the Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow, Buckeye Dairy Club, and the Buckeye Classic Sale. Aside from college organizations, he is part of the Ohio Farm Bureau, National Milking Shorthorn Association, and the National Association of Farm Broadcasters. In August 2017, Shaw was elected to the Darke County Fairboard where he serves as the youngest board member in the history of the fair.

While in high school, Shaw was an active member of the Greenville FFA Chapter where he served many offices and committee chairs. In addition, he was the 2014 Ohio FFA’s Agriculture Communications Proficiency Winner and was then named as a National Finalist at the 87th National FFA Convention. Shaw then completed his FFA career as serving as a 2014-2015 Ohio FFA State Officer and earned his American FFA Degree in October 2015.

This is Shaw’s eight National FFA Convention. He has worked as a radio reporter for the 85th and 86th National FFA Convention for the Ohio Ag Net and WTGR Radio. This is his third year serving as an intern for the National FFA Organization.

Bronson TeichertBronson Teichert

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Bronson Teichert is a Junior at Utah State University doing a double major in agricultural science and broadcast journalism. He grew up on a cattle ranch in Cokeville, Wyoming and has always loved agriculture. While serving as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in a small farming town on the island of Sicily, the idea came to him that everyday people need to know more about where their food comes from. His wife, Elise, who is studying to be a social studies teacher, has helped him achieve his goals thus far. Bronson says he wouldn’t be where he is today without her. His ultimate goal is to one day return to Cokeville and continue ranching with his family and do freelance work from home.