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Create an FFA.org login as a teacher/advisor or alumni leader

  1. Choose No if you do not have an Invite Code or FFA ID.
  2. Choose No to the question are you are a student or alumni member.
  3. Choose Yes if you are a teacher/advisor or alumni leader
  4. Enter your First Name, Last Name, and State.
  5. Enter your Chapter ID or begin typing your chapter’s name – the system will try and help you find your chapter.​
  6. Then click Next.
  7. If the system finds your membership, you will be asked to verify your information.

    Note: For security and privacy purposes, the email address is partially hidden. You will need access to this email address for validation purposes in the next few steps.

  8. Choose the button next to the Yes, this is me option if this information is correct

    If the information displayed is not you or the system does not find you and you continue, you will create a nonmember FFA.org login which will not be associated with your membership. Ask your state FFA staff or alumni leader if they can provide you with an Invite Code or FFA ID. If they do not have an Invite Code or FFA ID, then continue with creating a nonmember FFA.org login.

  9. Click Next
  10. A Verification Code will be sent to the email address we have on file. Retrieve the verification code from you email account.

    Note: The verification code will expire within 10 minutes.

  11. Enter the Verification Code.
  12. Click Next
  13. Enter your Date of Birth.
  14. Create a Username

    Note: Your username must be between 6 – 30 characters and cannot be an email address.

  15. Create a Password and Confirm Password

    Note: Your password must be a minimum of 7 characters, contain at least 1 letter and 1 number, and cannot contain your username.

  16. Read the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy, then check the box.
  17. Click Next
  18. Click Return to login to log in to FFA.org with the Username and Password you just created.
Updated on March 25, 2022

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