Chapter Adviser Summit

Registration is open for a few limited spots. Register now to reserve your spot.

The FCCLA Chapter Adviser Summit (CAS) provides professional development opportunities designed specifically for Family and Consumer Sciences education teachers looking to excel in the classroom and in FCCLA. The CAS is developed and led by FCCLA's National Staff and the National Consultant Team. Attendees will receive up-to-date professional development training, share ideas, and network with other chapter advisers from across the nation.

You are invited to attend the 2022 Chapter Adviser Summit being held January 13-15, 2022!

chapter adviser conferenceTop 5 Reasons to Attend

  1. FCCLA specific professional development
  2. Gain valuable resources to take back to your classroom and chapter
  3. Low cost, high-value opportunity
  4. See the location of this year’s leadership conference before you bring students
  5. Network with other FCCLA national advisers and FCS professionals

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"As a first year adviser, I looked at the Chapter Adviser Summit as a way to learn more about FCCLA and how I could be a better adviser. The best part of the summit was the networking with other advisers and sharing ideas - not only for lesson plans, but activities, fundraising, and more! Sometimes, you feel like there is nothing more you can do, but then you talk with others from around the country, and suddenly your ideas expand greatly!"

- Bryan Schuerman, Ohio

"I am a second year FCS teacher and FCCLA adviser. The Chapter Adviser Summit was very beneficial for me. I was able to network and meet advisers from all over the US. I brought home new ideas for my FCCLA chapter and my classroom. I highly recommend this conference to any adviser. I am already looking forward to next year’s Chapter Adviser Summit!" 

- Jenna Medlen, Wyoming

Members develop skills for life through: character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge, and career preparation.