How to register for the FCCLA star events?
Only one submission per entry (team or individual) is required. Email [email protected] with any STAR Event questions. An individual event – recognizes participants who demonstrate their baking and pastry skills through the preparation of a quick bread, choux pastry, cookie, and shaped yeast bread.
What are the activities at the FCCLA Conference?
Activities at the conference will include personal and professional development workshops, competitive events, and motivational general sessions. Are you ready to take the next step in your Leadership journey! Apply to be on the 2021-2022 Region Officer Teams! Ready to get started planning for the 2021-2022 school year?
Where can I find project summary form for FCCLA?
The Online Project Summary Form is available on the “Surveys” tab of the FCCLA Adviser and Student Portals. Only one submission per entry (team or individual) is required.
How to become a member of the FCCLA in Georgia?
By coming to Atlanta and actively participating in a day of visiting the Capitol and meeting with legislators, FCCLA members and advisers can be an effective voice for our organization.
Who are the CEAT members of the FCCLA?
FCCLA’s Competitive Events continue to improve, innovate, and grow thanks to the many suggestions from advisers, members, and state associations. Members of the Competitive Events Advisory Team (CEAT) provide guidance to the Competitive Events program. The application deadline to nominate CEAT team members has closed for this year.
What does team event mean for FCCLA Chapter?
A team event – recognizes chapters that develop and implement a well-balanced program of work and promote FCCLA and Family and Consumer Sciences and/or related occupations and skills to the community.
Are there still FCS course requirements for FCCLA events?
Some events will still have FCS course requirements or other eligibility criteria. The Competitive Event levels are: FCCLA’s Competitive Events continue to improve, innovate, and grow thanks to the many suggestions from advisers, members, and state associations.