Bobby Ramming – Leader. Legacy. Teammate.
Bobby Ramming knew as a small child he wanted to focus his career in Animal Science and decided his junior year at Warner High School to dedicate his life to Agricultural Education by working with the National FFA Organization and as an Agriculture Education Instructor and FFA Advisor.
Ramming is a second-generation student at Connors State, following his father and uncles. Ramming said he personally chose Connors State for two important reasons: first, was given the opportunity to serve as member of the President’s Leadership Class, and second, CSC offers an excellent Agriculture program, which would put him on track for his career.
“Connors has impacted my life through the President’s Leadership Class and my valued time in my agriculture classes,” said Ramming. “During my services with PLC I believe I have taken responsibilities which have not only helped me mature, but also helped me to understand what I can do to become the leader I strive to be.”
Ramming praises his instructors, advisors and mentors, who have shaped him and are helping him reach his goals.
“Because of my time at Connors State I have been able to start a plan of what I want to one day teach my students, and also how I can serve as a leader in the Agriculture Industry.
Ramming is currently serving as Treasurer of PLC and is also an active member of the Aggie Club, the Business Club and the Shotgun Shooting Sports Team.
After Connors, Ramming hopes to transfer to Oklahoma State University, with aspirations to double major in Animal Science and Agriculture Education.
Ramming has shown during his high school and college career he is an active member in the FFA community and dedicated to the program, earning three state proficiency awards during his time.
“Throughout my career in FFA I have served my FFA chapter as Sentinel, Treasurer and President,” said Ramming. “I was a member of the FFA chorus, a finalist in the first FFA Talent Competition and earned my State FFA Degree during my senior year of high school.”