Clubs and Leadership Opportunities
Aldrich Entomology Club
Members will explore insect and plant interactions, collect samples to add to the University of Idaho entomology museum, make presentations and socialize with entomology experts.
Join the club and meet business leaders and potential employers, learn about internships, develop your resume and improve your interviewing skills. You will also help organize the club’s annual golf tournament, test your economics IQ in the national Quiz Bowl competition and take field trips to regional agribusiness firms.
Agricultural Student Affairs Council
Join the Agricultural Student Affairs Council to represent your interests and help organize college-wide student events.
American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers
Join the student branch to plan parties or the homecoming float. Meet business leaders and potential employers, and participate in a ¼-scale tractor International Student Design Competition.
American Agricultural Economics Association
Join the student chapter to attend national meetings and recruitment fairs. Members participate in the National Food Marketing Challenge.
Block and Bridle
Members practice showmanship, judge contests and exhibit livestock at regional shows.
The CALS Ambassadors represent the college at receptions, activities and other functions. Ambassadors also visit high schools and host the annual Ag Days event on campus, as well as receive class credits.
Collegiate Farm Bureau Club
Members work closely with the County Farm Bureau and attend the Young Farmers and Ranchers convention.
The Collegiate 4-H club members teach workshops and attend conferences.
Join the FFA to manage livestock judging at the Latah County Fair and to hear special presentations by agriculture students and professionals in the agriculture industry. Members also attend state and national FFA events.
College Bowl Team
Members test their knowledge in intercollegiate competitions.
The Dairy Club sponsors the dairy symposium and judging contests, competes in regional and national dairy challenges, attends the Western Dairy Herd conference, and participates in field trips and cheese sales.
Engineers Without Borders
Join Engineers Without Borders to work on international projects that influence the well-being of peoples of other nations.
Members learn how to live more sustainably and pass those lessons on to others.
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America
Join the FCCLA and attend national and state leadership conferences.
Family and Consumer Sciences Club
Members find opportunities for service, attend annual state conferences and meet professionals.
Food Product Development Team
Join our team and work with us to meet the challenges of the food industry.
Food Science Club
Our members meet food scientists and learn about career opportunities. We tour food plants and attend professional meetings, including the Intermountain Institute of Food Technologists' annual conference.
Food and Nutrition Club
Members travel to local and national conferences.
Horse Polo Club
Judging Teams for Livestock, Meats or Dairy
Join us in visiting farms, ranches and food processing plants to learn more about the industry. Also, members have the opportunity to evaluate livestock and dairy products and meet potential employers.
International Society of Arboriculture
Join the student chapter of the International Society of Arboriculture for tree-related activities.
National Agricultural Marketing Association
Members of the student chapter attend national meetings.
International Textile and Apparel Association
Join the association to stay abreast of current issues in textiles, apparel and merchandising.
Palouse Area Association for the Education of Young Children
Become an advocate for the needs of young children, receive mentoring and attend local early childhood events.
Phi Upsilon Omicron
Join the national honor society in family and consumer sciences.
Plant and Soil Science Club
Members grow plants to sell, take field trips and visit the Japanese Gardens or World Forestry Center in Portland.
Join the Pre-Vet Club to receive guidance on veterinary schools and to volunteer at a horse sanctuary. Members also visit humane societies, clinics, horse rescues and the Wolf Research Center.
Sigma Alpha Agriculture Sorority
Our sorority is open to any woman who has an interest in agriculture. Members strive for achievement in scholarship, leadership and service. We also work alongside other women pursuing careers in agriculture.
Society of Women Engineers
Members network and develop professionally.
Join the Soil Stewards to work on University of Idaho's on-campus organic farm.
Student Idaho Cattle Association
Members attend seminars and conventions, learn about issues facing the beef cattle industry, show livestock and learn from industry experts.
Tau Beta Pi
Join Tau Bata Pi to receive career assistance and leadership opportunities.