What is FCCLA?
FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) is a student organization that helps students develop leadership skills, assume personal responsibility and be competitive.  Plus, it looks really good on a resume and scholarship applications
What's in it for for me?
  • FCCLA develops leadership skills - skills used for a lifetime and valued by colleges and employers
    • Joint Leadership Development Conference (JLDC)
    • Local committees and projects
    • STAR Events
    • State Meeting
    • National Leadership Conference
    • State Officer
  • FCCLA helps you get ready for college or career. 
    • gain or strengthen the four C's - creativity, collaboration, critical thinking and communication skills
    • demonstrate higher levels of academic engagement & motivation, civic engagement and employability skills
  • FCCLA lets you be a STAR!
    • motivated by competition? sign up for a STAR Event..over 32 to choose from!
    • recognition at the state and national level
  • FCCLA has opportunities for scholarships.
    • Beth Middleton Memorial Scholarship - for a former state or national officer
    • Chipotle Mexican Grill Scholarship - those who emplower and elevate others
    • Coleene Jossy Memorial Scholarship - for a state officer based on leadership, academics & volunteerism
    • Frank Stitt W.H. Fort Scholarship - based on civic engagement and leadership
    • National Technical Honor Society Scholarship
    • Prestige Scholarship - based on integrity, hard work, honesty and generosity in school and community
    • Raye Virginia Allen State President's Scholarship - currrent or former state President
    • Japanese Exchange Program
  • FCCLA provides travel opportunities 
    • Montgomery for State Meeting
    • Nashville for National Conference (for those placing 1st or 2nd at State STAR events)
  • FCCLA is fun!
    • make new friends
    • FCCLA Week Fun
    • Christmas Party
    • Community Service Activities
    • Local projects and activities