Chapter Adviser Summit

Thank you to the 120 advisers who attended the 2024 Chapter Adviser Summit this January in Seattle, WA!

This conference provided FCCLA Chapter Advisers with a wealth of professional development opportunities specifically tailored for Family and Consumer Sciences educators to implement in their classrooms. Attendees received up-to-date professional development training, shared ideas, and networked with other chapter advisors from across the nation. The conference was led by the outstanding National Consultant Team and FCCLA's National Staff.

We hope you can join us in Orlando, FL, for the 2025 Chapter Adviser Summit.

Date: January 2025 (Exact dates coming soon)

Top 5 Reasons to AttendChapter Adviser Conference

  1. FCCLA-Specific Professional Development: Immerse yourself in specialized professional development sessions tailored specifically for FCCLA educators. Acquire cutting-edge knowledge and skills that will enable you to excel in your role as a chapter adviser.

  2. Valuable Resources for Your Classroom and Chapter: Take advantage of this exceptional opportunity to access a wealth of valuable resources that you can directly apply within your classroom and chapter. Enhance your teaching techniques, expand your repertoire of activities, and enrich the FCCLA experience for your students.

  3. Low-Cost, High-Value Opportunity: We understand the importance of providing an accessible and cost-effective professional development experience. The Chapter Adviser Summit offers an outstanding return on investment, ensuring you receive maximum value for your participation.

  4. Exclusive Location Preview for the National Leadership Conference: By attending the Chapter Adviser Summit, you will have the privilege of exploring the location for this year's leadership conference in advance. Familiarize yourself with the venue, layout, and amenities, allowing you to better plan and prepare for your students' attendance.

  5. Networking with FCCLA National Advisers and FCS Professionals: Forge meaningful connections and foster a robust professional network by engaging with fellow FCCLA national advisers and Family and Consumer Sciences professionals. Share insights, exchange ideas, and build relationships that can prove invaluable throughout your career.

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