Current and Past Student Board members attest to the importance of the serving on the AMSA Student Membership Board of Directors
Becoming part of the AMSA Student Board of Directors will provide an opportunity not only to become more involved in AMSA but also to refine your leadership and communication skills, make lasting connections and most importantly, have fun doing what you enjoy! See what some past AMSA Student Board Directors had to say....
- Being a part of the AMSA Student Board was an integral part of my further development in the meat science industry. Throughout my year of being on the board I was able to create connections and develop leadership skills that I use daily in my career. Getting to know so many individuals from different universities and companies was truly an eye-opening experience to what all was out there in terms of career paths and potential goals for myself to obtain. Tanner Adams, Application Expert, Sealed Air's Cryovac® brand
- Having the opportunity to be part of the Student Board of Directors was truly one of the most rewarding and valuable experiences of my college career. I'm incredibly grateful for the many opportunities and positive relationships that came from being part of such a great organization. Hannah Shetters, Project Leader, Buckhead Beef
- “The AMSA Student Board has given me the opportunity tointeract with numerous enthusiastic students, professors and leaders within themeat science industry. The connectionsmade and the support available are immense. The Board gives you management and good interface skills from eitherworking with your committee or putting on a contest or AMSA event. The potential to interact with one of yourfuture employers is there! If you wantto build connections to a career in the meat science industry--apply for AMSAStudent Board!” - Megan Webb
- “Being on the AMSAstudent board of directors has been a great experience. It has allowed me to meet new people withinthe industry as well as fellow students from across the country. It has allowedme to have a better understanding of how this association works and helporganize events such as the Student Leadership Conference to hopefully benefitothers.” Meagan Igo, Cargill