Welcome Chapter Advisers!
Thank you for all your hard work and dedication to the ultimate leadership experience!
2017-2018 Marketing Strategy Calendar
The 2017-2018 Marketing Strategy Calendar is available! This year's theme is !nspiRED. The calendar highlights the upcoming monthly themes and the hashtags to use for social media engagement. Click here to view the calendar.
Chapter Adviser Summit
The FCCLA Chapter Adviser Summit is held annually in the winter at the same location of the National Leadership Conference (NLC). This is an opportunity for advisers to gain valuable professional development as well as a chance to explore the location of NLC. Save the date for the 2019 Summit: Feb 1-3, 2019 in Anaheim, CA!
Top 5 Reasons to Attend:
- FCCLA specific professional development
- Best practices exchange – gain valuable resources to take back to you classroom and chapter
- Low cost, high value opportunity
- See the location of this year’s leadership conference before you bring students
- Networking with other FCCLA Advisers and FACS professionals!
The FCCLA Adviser Academy is a five-track certificate program open to any adviser with fewer than five years of experience including recent university graduates. The Adviser Academy is comprised of four professional development tracks held during the FCCLA National Leadership Conference and one track completed at the state level within one year.
Graduates from Adviser Academy are recognized at the National Leadership Conference and will receive an FCCLA certificate of completion as well as CEUs for work completed.
National Consultant Team Applications
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is seeking to enlist 1 talented FCCLA adviser from a variety of diverse backgrounds to join the National Consultant Team (NCT). NCT members are chosen by national staff to develop training's, lead workshops, and generally serve as an extension of national staff. To apply and review the role responsibilities, click the links below. Deadline for applications is October 1, 2018.
New Adviser Handbook
This resource is free and offers valuable insight for potential and new chapter advisers in the areas of chapter management, competitive events, adviser roles and benefits, basic FCCLA information, and more. To view and print the PDF version of the handbook, click here.
Do you aim to instill students with a love of learning? Advising an FCCLA chapter can be an excellent adventure with rich rewards, a stronger FACS program, closer relationships with students, and personal and professional recognition. Keep your eye on the prize, relax, and rely on your students creativity and enthusiasm!
FCCLA Information and Resources
FCCLA Planning Process- Sample
FCCLA Planning Process- Writable
FCCLA Planning Process- Symbols