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Emily Neuman

Name:
Emily Neuman

Title:
Agriculture/Welding

Email:
eneuman@bunaisd.net

Work Phone:
409-994-4821


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Educational History:

Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas

Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Agriculture

Minor in Secondary Education and Teaching

Educational History:

Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas

Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Agriculture

Minor in Secondary Education and Teaching

Current Position:

Creating and implementing cirriculum instruction and assessments for Wildlife Fisheries and Ecology Management, Range Ecology Management, Agricultural Mechanics and Metal Technologies, and Principles of AFNR.

Previous Position:

High School Experience:

Assisted students with and partcipated in leadership development events: Greenhand Chapter Conducting, Senior and Junior Quiz, FFA Radio, Public Relations. Participated in career development events: Junior Prepared Public Speaking. Hosted several livestock shows, as well as groomed and prepared steers, beef heifers, and goats for competitions at County Youth Fairs, and major livestock shows.

Collegiate Experience:

Animal Science Club, Sales and Marketing Committee. Assembled sponsorships, tickets and T-shirt sales. Organized and developed schedule of events. Developed publicity and promotional campaign.

Collegiate FFA, Sales and Marketing Committee. Developed sponsor relationships and financial analysis for the event.

Texas Wildlife Association L.A.N.D.S. Quail Day. Assessed students’ knowledge and guided stations. Instructed students on Bobwhite Quails, ecological principals, adaptations and natural resource issues. Also assembled innovative combination of in-class lessons, necropsies, and hands-on-field investigation day. 

Hunter and Boater Education certified.

Personal Information:

I am a third generation Sam Houston State University Bearkat and sixth generation Texas rancher from Winnie, Texas. I hope to establist myself as a teacher who is hard working and willing to do what it takes to be successful. I want my students to learn as much as possible in the classes I am required to teach. Being the daughter of an AgriScience teacher, I have learned the importance of Agriculture Education. Not only have I learned about agriculture, but the importance of giving back to the community and FFA organization. I want to teach to make a difference in the students’ lives.