Welcome Teacher Educators!
Thank you for all that you do on the university level to provide potential Family & Consumer Sciences teachers with information about Family, Career and Community Leaders of America. The education that you provide is essential for their success in the classroom.
This section of FCCLA website is designed to keep you up-to-date with programs, meetings, and services of the national organization. Be sure to navigate the website regularly for additional information and share current FCCLA information with your students. If there are any materials that we can provide, please do not hesitate to contact us at (703) 476-4900 or by email at email@example.com.
Teacher Educator Newsletter
FCCLA has a new format for the Teacher Educator newsletter. This communication is sent on a monthly basis to university or college teachers educators in an email format and includes upcoming deadlines and dates for national FCCLA meetings and initiatives, volunteer opportunities for Family and Consumer Sciences students and teacher educators, and includes available resources. Not receiving the email? Email Leah Buller, Director of Membership, at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the list.
National Consultant Team Available for Training
Are you looking for skilled FCCLA advisers to train your students and future FACS teachers? The National Consultant Team is here to assist you. Their mission is to empower, support, and train FCCLA advisers. For more information please contact: Leah Buller, Director of Membership, at (703) 476-4900 or email email@example.com
FCCLA Alumni & Associates
FCCLA Alumni & Associates membership is a great way for former FCCLA members, advisers, teacher educators, and others to stay involved in FCCLA! Encourage your students to become involved in national Alumni & Associates. They will receive Teen Times and national updates that will allow them to stay involved with FCCLA through college and into their first year as an adviser. To join A&A, click here.
Attention Teacher Educators!Did you know that the FCCLA state advisers can assist you with providing state event dates and resources for your students? To find your state adviser click here.