Agricultural Leaders of Tomorrow (ALOT)
ALOT is for Illinois Farm Bureau members who are ready to take the next step in leadership at the local, state or national level. Participants have the opportunity to learn a broad range of skills to enrich their leadership abilities and enhance agriculture’s voice in Illinois and beyond. See more.
Rural Illinois Medical Student Assistance Program (RIMSAP)
RIMSAP, which started in 1948 and is sponsored by IFB and the Illinois State Medical Society, is designed to provide doctors in rural communities in Illinois. It has helped many qualified applicants overcome financial or academic challenges to seek a medical education. The program has assisted more than 800 students. See more.
IFB’s Young Leader program is an opportunity for men and women, ages 18-35, who have a passion for all aspects of agriculture. With a presence at several events throughout the year, the program offers the chance to meet new people, discover new business opportunities and find new ways to impact your local community. See more.
Youth Education in Agriculture (YEA)
The IFB and affiliates’ YEA Committee has a long history of providing quality programs to develop the leadership skills of agricultural youth in Illinois. Each year, 4-H and FFA members participate in a wide range of activities that provide personal and professional development and emphasize careers in agriculture. See more.