Upcoming Webinars

Check out our upcoming webinars below.

Webinar attendance is limited, be sure to register and secure your spot. Archived webinars can be found in the Adviser and Student Portals. 


for advisers:

Thursday, December 9, 7:00 PM ET
Title:  The FCCLA Planning Process -- That was easy!
Description: The FCCLA planning process is a tool that can be utilized to plan events, projects, goals, and much more!

Host: Alaina Tharp, NCT


For Students:

Wednesday, December 8, 7:00 PM ET
Title:  The CORE of Leadership
Description: In this webinar, we will be breaking down four pillars of leadership that all leaders should keep in mind & advice on how to finish up your time in FCCLA with excellence. We will be going over how to network with professionals, how success in office is not accidental, & go over details on how to run for office at the state & national level. There will also be a time for participants to ask questions if further inquiries are needed.

Host: Brigette Nelson


2021-2022 Webinar Calendar

  • August 2021

    Thursday, August 26, 7:00 PM ET
    Title:  Welcome to the 2021-22 School Year
    Description: Professional Development Manager, Ashley Nelson will provide updates and theme activity ideas for the 2021-2022 school year. Come prepared to develop or add to your program of work to make this year count!

  • September 2021

    for advisers:

    Thursday, September 16, 12:00-1:00 PM ET
    Title:  Affiliation Town Hall
    Description: National FCCLA will discuss a few benefits of joining, provide you with affiliation resources, and explain the temporary chapter relief packages. We will then allow all attendees to ask affiliation and temporary chapter relief package questions. 

    Thursday, September 16, 7:00 PM ET
    Title:  Make Your Membership Count!
    Description: Membership! What will entice students to become blockbuster members? How can we "count" on these members to help FCCLA make a difference? How do we recruit students to FCCLA and "make it count" in their personal and professional life? Join our membership recruitment webinar to learn new ideas, refresh chapter recruitment strategies, and make your FCCLA year count!

    Host: Sherry Vogel, NCT

    Monday, September 20, 5:30-6:30 PM ET
    Title:  Affiliation Town Hall
    Description: National FCCLA will discuss a few benefits of joining, provide you with affiliation resources, and explain the temporary chapter relief packages. We will then allow  all attendees to ask affiliation and temporary chapter relief package questions. 

    Tuesday, September 28, 2:00-3:00 PM ET
    Title:  Affiliation Town Hall

    Description: National FCCLA will discuss a few benefits of joining, provide you with affiliation resources, and explain the temporary chapter relief packages. We will then allow all attendees to ask affiliation and temporary chapter relief package questions. 

    For Students:

    Wednesday, September 22, 7:00-8:00 PM ET
    Title:  Soaring Into Your Future with Competitive Events

    Description: How to prepares, practice and use resources. Where do I get the info? How to be successful.

    • Packing: What competitive events are/why we do them and choosing an event
    • Takeoff: Preparing for your competition 
    • In-flight: Presenting (district, state, national)
    • Arrival: The end outcome, i.e. learning about a career, gaining a new skill, etc. 

    Host: Morgan Kirchman

     

  • October 2021

    for advisers:

    Thursday, October 14, 7:00 PM ET
    Title:  Introduction to Competitive Events
    Description: National FCCLA's Senior Competitive Events Manager, Christine Hollingsworth will walk you through the basics of FCCLA Competitive Events. Learn how to choose events, get started, and integrate into your FCS Classroom.

    Host: Christine Hollingsworth

    For Students:

    Wednesday, October 13, 7:00 PM ET
    Title:  Implementing National Programs in Your School and Community
    Description: FCCLA's National Programs give you the chance to develop, plan, and carry out projects that positively impact your school and community. Learn about each of FCCLA's National Programs and discover how your chapter can use these peer-education programs to make a difference.

    Host: Brooklyn Gross

  • November 2021

    for advisers:

    Thursday, November 18, 7:00 PM ET
    Title:  Introduction to National Programs
    Description: National FCCLA's Director of Communications and Programs, Beth Carpenter will walk you through the basics of FCCLA National Programs. Learn how to choose programs, get started, and integrate into your FCS Classroom.

    Host: Beth Carpenter

    For Students:

    Wednesday, November 10, 7:00 PM ET
    Title:  Making your Dreams Count
    Description: Using the power of visualization, join LTT member, Amitoj Kaur in vision boarding your dreams and goals for the upcoming school year and learn how to make action-oriented goals to make those dreams happen! 

    Host: Amitoj Kaur

  • December 2021

    for advisers:

    Thursday, December 9, 7:00 PM ET
    Title:  The FCCLA Planning Process -- That was easy!
    Description: The FCCLA planning process is a tool that can be utilized to plan events, projects, goals, and much more!

    Host: Alaina Tharp, NCT

    For Students:

    Wednesday, December 8, 7:00 PM ET
    Title:  The CORE of Leadership
    Description: In this webinar, we will be breaking down four pillars of leadership that all leaders should keep in mind & advice on how to finish up your time in FCCLA with excellence. We will be going over how to network with professionals, how success in office is not accidental, & go over details on how to run for office at the state & national level. There will also be a time for participants to ask questions if further inquiries are needed.

    Host: Brigette Nelson


View Recorded Webinars Below

  • FCCLA Financial Literacy Month Contest Webinar Recording

    Throughout the month of April, organizations across the country conduct a variety of events and carry out initiatives designed to improve financial literacy, especially among our nation's youth, and to promote financial well-being for all consumers. In celebration of Financial Literacy Month, FCCLA and Wells Fargo Hands on Banking have partnered together to celebrate and host a Public Service Announcement (PSA) and Digital Poster contest.

    This is a contest to create an original video or digital poster that delivers information about the importance of responsibly managing money. This contest is hosted by FCCLA, with support provided by the Wells Fargo Hands on Banking program. Chapter advisers can also get in on the fun by participating in the Financial Literacy Month Lesson Plan Contest. To participate, affiliated chapter advisers can submit a lesson plan that promotes and educates students on one or more of the provided topics.

    Learn more about the contest.

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