Why We Collect Information?
We collect information to identify you and deliver services to you. This allows for us to perform tasks related to organizations more efficiently.
Information We Collect:
We get applicant information from a variety of sources, such as:
Information that you supply, such as your name, address, telephone number, e-mail address.
Information from the National FFA.
Example. We collect the school names and chapter codes from National FFA. This information is used to identify chapters here in the state of North Carolina.
Safeguarding applicant information is important to us. We use systems, policies and procedures to maintain the accuracy of customer information and to protect it from loss, misuse, or alteration. Applicant information is accessible by appropriate personnel who have a business need for the information. We provide training and communication programs to educate our personnel about the meaning and requirements of this privacy statement and the information we obtain.
Sharing Information with the State of North Carolina and its Agencies:
We may share the information we collect about present and former applicants within any agency related to the state of North Carolina. This sharing of information is limited. Shared information includes identifying information and information we get from our dealings with you and the relationship you have with us.
Sharing Information with Unrelated Companies:
We do not share your information that we collect with unrelated companies.
We share information with law enforcement and its agencies when requested.
How Long we Keep your Information on File:
This statement updates and replaces any previous statements you may have accepted from us about the collection, use and protection of information. We may change this privacy statement at any time and if we do, we will notify you, as required by law.