Leadership Training Team
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America enlists a group of talented FCCLA alumni from a variety of diverse backgrounds for the Leadership Training Team (LTT). LTT members are chosen by national staff to develop trainings, lead workshops and breakout sessions, communicate with national network members and serve as an extension of national staff.
The Leadership Training Team:
- Serve as positive and professional representatives of the national organization
- Assist at national conferences as assigned
- Plan leadership development and officer training sessions
- Present workshops at meetings that may include state conferences
- Communicate with members of assigned national network on a regular basis
- Be an active and paid member of Alumni & Associates
- Write articles and activities used for the national FCCLA website and publications, as requested
National Leadership Training Team (LTT) Available for Training
Are you looking for skilled FCCLA alumni to train members at a local or state training? The National Leadership Training Team (LTT) is here to assist you! Their mission is to empower, support, and train FCCLA members through workshops, keynotes, and specialized trainings. For more information, please email email@example.com.
2021-2022 Leadership Training Team
english and secondary education student
- Augustana University, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Brooklynn Gross served as a FCCLA chapter officer and a member of her state's Current Trends state leadership team. For one of her STAR Events, she published a children's book about dental health and donated 100% of the proceeds to dental charities in her city. Brooklynn is an English and Secondary Education major at Augustana University in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. She looks forward to helping FCCLA members develop real world skills that they can use throughout their lives.
political science student
- Miami University, Oxford, OH
Amitoj Kaur is a student at Miami University, located in Oxford, Ohio double majoring in Political Science and Emerging Technology for Business and Design. From the moment she attended her first National Leadership Conference in 2016, she knew FCCLA was where she was meant to be. Since then she's helped kickstart her high school chapter, served as an Ohio State Officer, and finished her time as a student serving as National FCCLA Vice President of Membership in 2019. FCCLA allowed Amitoj to learn how to use her voice, and advocate for others, and she can't wait to help instill the same love and passion for current FCCLA members.
choral music education student
- Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL
Morgan Kirchman currently lives in Florida and attends Florida Atlantic University where she is studying Choral Music Education. She plans to pursue a career as a high school choir director following the completion of her bachelor's degree. Morgan was involved in FCCLA for four years during which she served two years as a Florida State Officer and as the 2019-2020 Florida FCCLA State President. In serving on the Leadership Training Team, she hopes to be an educator to members and advisers while also giving back to this organization that was, and still is, an instrumental piece of her life.
Public Health Student
- George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
Hello, everyone! I am thrilled to be a returning member of the FCCLA Leadership Training Team (LTT)! Being on the LTT is such an incredible honor and I am very excited to give back to an organization that has played such a large role in my young adult life. I got involved with FCCLA my freshman year of high school when I competed in my first STAR Event, Food Innovations. Since then, I have served as the 2015-2016 First Vice President of Alabama FCCLA and as the 2017-2018 National Vice President of Development. While I am originally from Alabama, I am currently living in Washington, D.C. as a graduate student at The George Washington University studying Public Health Policy and Economics. I love meeting and working with new FCCLA members as they unlock their leadership potential!
community development student
- Indiana Wesleyan University, Marion, IN
I first joined FCCLA in seventh grade because I wanted the candy they were giving out to new members. After my first state meeting in seventh grade, and meeting the national president, I made a five-year plan and worked towards many goal within FCCLA. I've served as the 2016-2017 South Dakota State Secretary, 2017-2018 National VP of Finance, and on the 2017-2019 National Board of Directors. I am currently studying Community Development at Indiana Wesleyan University and plan to pursue a career in developmental studies.
- Northside Neighborhood House, Chattanooga, TN
Hello FCCLA! It is such an honor to be serving again on the Leadership Training Team. Since middle school, FCCLA has been a pivotal part of my life. I served as the Arkansas State President and the National Vice President of Public Relations during my time as a student. I love serving on the LTT, as it gives me the opportunity to get to know more amazing student leaders, help them discover what they are passionate about, and to help unify and strengthen stellar officer teams. I am a Development Officer for Northside Neighborhood House, a non-profit in Chattanooga, TN. I passionately believe the most important thing in my life is my faith in Jesus Christ.
2023-2025 Leadership Training Team
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is seeking to enlist a group of talented FCCLA alumni from various backgrounds to join the 2023-2025 Leadership Training Team (LTT). LTT members are chosen by national staff to facilitate and/or develop training sessions, lead workshops and breakout sessions, communicate with national network members, and generally serve as an extension of national staff. Members of the Leadership Training Team will serve for two (2) consecutive years beginning on April 1, 2023, and ending on March 31, 2025. Required virtual training will be held in the Spring of 2023 (date TBD).
Members of the Leadership Training Team will have various responsibilities, including working with national staff before, during, and after conferences and throughout the year. They will have full schedules during conferences and should not plan to chaperone students while serving as an LTT. LTT members may serve as FCCLA summer interns during their term, responsibilities will be determined during onboarding. See attached information sheet and required documents.
Application Due: November 28, 2022