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Transcript of FCCLA
FCCLA Stands For:
Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America
Focuses on Family Relationships
Uses Individual and Team Projects to Provide Leadership Opportunities
Helps Students Develop Critical Thinking and Decision- Making Skills
Recognizes Student Achievement
Members are currently or have been enrolled in a Family and Consumer Sciences course.
A National Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) That:
Founded in 1945 known as Future Homemakers of America (FHA)
In 1999 the organization’s name changed to FCCLA
I Love FCCLA : http://www.seneca.k12.mo.us/SHS%20WEBSITE%202/FCCLA/fccla_12_opt.gif
Sun Glasses 1:
FCCLA Planning Process:
Focuses on The Multiple Roles of...
5 Key Areas...
Creative and Critical Thinking Skills
Refer to the “Building Skills For Life” Handout. Circle the purposes.In pairs, discuss and writedown a brief description of each purpose
National Cluster Meetings
November 4-6, 2016 Denver, CO
November 18-20, 2016 Orlando, FL
National Leadership Conference - Nashville, TN July 2-6, 2017
State FCCLA Conference
Sheraton Downtown Denver Hotel
April 13-15, 2017
Food Events Competition
Colorado Culinary Academy, Denver
10 Districts in Colorado-which one are you?
Held in the Fall
Mark Your Calendars
*Chair a Committee
*Be a Classroom Representative!
>Executive Officer Meetings
To integrate FCCLA activities, meetings, and projects into the classroom as much as possible
(minimizes time spent outside of class)
Designed to enhance/deepen course content
You are a local member because you are enrolled in a course in the FACS Department
Pay national FCCLA dues
Can run for office, attend district, state and national conferences
Can use the membership on a resume or college application
Can participate in local chapter activities
Get Involved Today!
Check with your adviser for amount and due date
If you are enrolled in more than one FACS course, you pay dues just once.
Areas of Involvement
How can we raise money for conferences, school and community service projects?
What can we do to have fun together and get to know each other better?
What can we do for the community?
How can we make our school a better place?
Field Trips and Guest Speakers:
Where can we go to learn more about what we study in class? Who can we invite into class to help us learn more?
What can we do to tell people what we are doing in FCCLA?
Small Group Activity
A Look At FCCLA
Motto: Toward New Horizons
Mission: To promote personal growth and leadership development through Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) courses
FCCLA Colors Red: stands for strength, courage, and determination
White: symbolizes sincerity of purpose and integrity of action
Flower: Red Rose
The FCCLA Creed:
National Headquarters in Reston, VA
We are the Family, Career andCommunity Leaders of America.We face the future with warm courage and high hope. For we have the clear consciousness of seeking old and precious values.For we are the builders of homes,Homes for America’s future, Homes where living will be the expression of everything that is good and fair,Homes where truth and love and security and faith will be realities,not dreams.
“STAR” stands for: Students Taking Action with Recognition
Chapter and individual projects
There are a variety of competitive events that will be incorporated into our course work.
See your teacher for more information about competing at the state level.
Please Refer to Your STAR Event Handout
Please Refer to Your National Programs Handout
*Attend a Chapter Meeting
*Chair a Committee
*Organize a Community Service Project
*Prepare to Compete in a STAR Event
*Attend a District or State Leadership
*Volunteer to help with a chapter project
Become a fan of Colorado FCCLA on Facebook for State Updates!
National FCCLA Website:www.fcclainc.org
Colorado FCCLA Website:www.fccla.cccs.edu
Dyad Activity: pair up with someone and devise an FCCLA project pertaining to this class and complete the planning process, share with the class.
What Can You Do For Your Family, School, and Community This Year?