Chehalis FFA Chapter, Vice President
Isaac Morris, Senior at W.F. West and Chehalis FFA Chapter Vice President, is quick to share the positive outcomes of the Career and Technical Education (CTE) program at school. Growing up raising pigs and participating in 4-H, he recognizes the importance those experiences had on him.
After 4-H, Isaac joined FFA. This proved to be a pivotal moment for him, recognizing that it was much more than just a “next step.” FFA has a lot of technical, team-building, and leadership aspects that inspired him.
“It all leads into itself. My time in 4-H led me to FFA, which opened my eyes to the possibilities in all the CTE Programs and ultimately a technical career.”
Through the CTE programs at W.F., West Isaac was exposed to other trades that piqued his interest, especially the more technical-related fields. He is currently enrolled at Bates Technical College and wants to become an electrician.
Serving as the Vice President of the Chehalis FFA chapter and throughout his time in the CTE program, it is clear that Isaac pushes himself to excel in whatever he puts his mind to.
“I like to commit myself to a role and see that I am worthy of the position I have been given.”
Isaac is extremely hard-working. He would most likely succeed wherever he ends up after high school. Still, thanks to the diverse exposure to the technical careers offered in our community, he has found something that takes advantage of his skills and is also something that he is passionate about.
When asked what he is most excited about moving forward, his message is simple and refreshing.
“I am looking forward to making a good living. I like working, and I like seeing the outcome of my work.”