Leadership is a primary focus of FCCLA. As students take responsibility for planning, implementing, and evaluating chapter projects and activities, they develop the skills needed to take the lead in their families, careers, and communities.
All members have leadership potential whether or not they hold formal chapter leadership positions. It often comes down to exploring abilities, taking risks, and developing a personal leadership style. A successful chapter will recognize that it needs different kinds of leaders for different experiences and will encourage leadership diversity.
FranklinCovey FCCLA Leadership Academy
FranklinCovey FCCLA Leadership Academy empowers students with the leadership and life skills they need to thrive in the 21st Century. Giving members the opportunity to be recognized for their personal growth efforts, each academy has a unique focus and will help students develop leadership skills and self-confidence with peers in their grade level.
Using FranklinCovey resources, FCCLA members will experience in-depth training at the National Leadership Conference as part of their ultimate leadership experience. Participants will receive a guide book, which will be used as a resource for Leadership Academy and their own personal growth. Fees apply for this training.
Introduction to the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens - MIDDLE LEVEL
While exploring the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens, participants will engage in interactive sessions that discuss personal leadership principles and how to apply them to the daily choices and challenges.
Life Readiness 101 - 9th Grade
Developing life-readiness skills prepares you to lead your own life and face difficult challenges. Students will gain a basic understanding of the origins of the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens, why the habits are relevant, and how they work together in sequence. Through an in depth look at the first three habits, focusing on leading self, students will learn how to take these principles and apply them to their daily lives through being proactive, setting goals, and prioritizing.
Life Readiness 102 - 10th Grade
Students will review the origins of the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens and take an in depth look at the last four habits focused on interdependence and leading others. Students will learn the effectiveness of these habits, such as listening skills and working together, and how to apply them to their daily choices and challenges.
Career Readiness - 11th Grade
Career Readiness course is designed to help students learn and master skills that will enable them to express their voice at school, at home, online, in a work setting, in a team, and in the marketplace. These leadership and life skills needed to thrive in the 21st century will prepare students for their future.
College Readiness - 12th Grade
College Readiness is designed to prepare students for the challenges and new responsibilities that post-secondary education brings. Develop academic, financial, and life-ready skills to be successful in college and beyond.