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


ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

The Administrative Assistant supports the Senior Director and provides assistance to the Program, Leadership, Communication, Partnership, and Conference departments. This position performs general clerical/secretarial activities; assists with resource development; meetings; personnel and office administration activities. Must be capable of both in-person and remote work. Some travel may be required.

To apply, send a cover letter and your resume to kpatti@fcclainc.org.


Administrative Assistant

The Administrative Assistant supports the Senior Director, provides assistance to the Membership, Accounting, Adviser Professional Development, and Competitive Events departments, and leads FCCLA’s customer service. The Administrative Assistant will also provide support to the Finance and Membership Assistant during periods of high volume.  Must be capable of in-person work.

To apply, send a cover letter and your resume to mhornby@fcclainc.org.


Adviser and Competitive Events Coordinator

The Adviser and Competitive Events Coordinator is responsible for assisting with adviser professional development and Competitive Events. The Coordinator works directly with the Adviser and Competitive Events Manager to develop adviser resources, coordinate existing programs, data and portal management, on-site assistance for competitive events, and provide customer service to advisers and chapters. Must be capable of both in-person and remote work. 

To apply, send a cover letter and your resume to mhornby@fcclainc.org.


Executive Director, Minnesota Association of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (MN FCCLA)

The MN FCCLA Board of Directors invites applications for the position of Executive Director of MN FCCLA. This is a full-time, 12-month executive position; salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. The Executive Director is the key management leader of MN FCCLA. The Executive Director is responsible for the implementing and overseeing youth and advisor leadership and educational programs; planning and coordinating various youth- centered events including, but not limited to leadership training and camps, annual meeting, and competitive events; managing the business operations of the organization including budgeting, finances, and state and federal nonprofit organizational requirements; in addition to executing FCCLA’s mission and strategic plan. The Executive Director reports directly to the MN FCCLA Board of Directors.

Candidates must possess 1) advanced degree with at least 5 years of management experience; 2) unwavering commitment to youth quality programs; 3) excellence in organizational management and financial management, youth leadership development, background in family and consumer sciences education; 4) past success in working with a Board of Directors and youth leaders; 5) strong leadership, marketing, public relations, and fundraising experience; 6) ability to work with multiple audiences, ages, and education systems; 7) ability to work under pressure of deadlines, a non-profit budget and staffing; 8) teaching experience, education licensure for Family and Consumer Sciences Education.

For a complete job description, visit MNFCCLA.org

Please submit letter of interest, resume, salary requirements, and three professional references to MN FCCLA Search Committee at mnfcclasearchcommittee@gmail.com, by October 12, 2022. Review of applications will begin October 13, 2022 and continue until the position is filled.


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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