Careers/Internships

Since 1945, FCCLA positively affects families, careers, and communities across America. Interested in being a part of FCCLA’s team and having a hand in cultivating the next generation of leaders? Check out FCCLA’s career and internship opportunities.

Current Openings

Graphic design and marketing manager

The Graphic Design and Marketing Manager is responsible for leading the development, implementation, and management of all graphic design and a targeted marketing and communications strategy that will contribute to an overall effort to build the branding and visibility of FCCLA. The Manager will work with the staff to fulfill all public relations, marketing, and communications needs of the organization with a focus on consistent branding and new opportunities in media and promotion.  Interested candidates should submit their cover letter and resume to Karen Patti at kpatti@fcclainc.org.


conference coordinator

The Conference Coordinator provides technical and administrative support for the Senior Conference Manager and performs other tasks as requested. Must be capable of both in-person and remote work. Some travel may be required. If you are interested, please submit your cover letter and resume to Karen Patti at kpatti@fcclainc.org.


Competitive Events and Partnership Assistant

The Competitive Events and Partnership Assistant is responsible for providing administrative and clerical assistance
to the Competitive Events and Partnership teams. This position performs general clerical/secretarial activities and
office administration activities. Must be capable of both in-person and remote work. Some travel may be required. 
If you are interested, please submit your cover letter and resume to Mark Hornby at mhornby@fcclainc.org.


FCS Career Connection

Are you considering a career in family and consumer sciences education or a related field?  If so, this resource can help. Here you will find the education job listing sites for each state as well as links to AAFCS’s premier job site for FCS professionals. If you have any questions, please contact adviser@fcclainc.org.

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