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FCCLA Financial Fitness

Overview of FCCLA's Financial Fitness Program
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Katie Boer

on 14 September 2011

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Transcript of FCCLA Financial Fitness

The FCCLA Financial Fitness national peer education program involves youth teaching one another how to make, save, and spend money wisely. Through FCCLA’s Financial Fitness program, youth plan and carry out projects that help them and their peers learn to become wise financial managers and smart consumers. The 5 Units Completed in the Financial Fittnness program are:
Banking Basics - Conquer bank accounts, credit, and investments
Cash Control - Track and plan personal spending
Making Money - Sharpen on-the-job financial fitness
Consumer Clout - Become a savvy spender
Financing Your Future - Apply financial skills to real life. Awards:
FCCLA offers national recognition to chapters that complete Financial Fitness projects. This honor includes cash awards and special recognition at the National Leadership Conference, online and in Teen Times magazine. Chapters apply online for recognition for their hard work and innovative projects with the National Financial Fitness Program Award Application.
• Financial Fitness cash awards include:
• High School Award - $1,000
• Middle School Award - $1,000
• Runner-Up Award - $500
Deadline: Applications must be submitted online to FCCLA national headquarters by March 1. The online system will automatically close March 1, 11:59 p.m. EST.
Completed projects can be submitted at fccla.com How to integrate Financial Fitness into the classroom:

1) Have students track grades through an Academic Bank Account

2) Use free lesson plans provided by http://www.fefe.arizona.edu/

3) Encourage students to become informed consumers through a series of product compairison assinments. ? ? ?
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