Upcoming Webinars

Check out our upcoming webinars below.


"1900-Present Day: U.S. History Through Fashion"
Presented by: FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising
Thursday, April 22 – 4:00 PM and 6:00 PM ET

During this webinar, FIDM will present in its entirety, Fabric of America. This is normally offered for a 50-minute (bell schedule) high school period.

This webinar will not be recorded and will only be available for live viewing. It will be presented twice, first at 4:00 PM ET and again at 6:00 PM ET.

*This webinar is open to FCCLA Advisers and FCS Educators.
*Pre-registration required.

Presentation: fabric of America: U.S. History through fashion

  • From haute couture for the elite to the fast-fashions of today. Fabric of America: U.S. History Through Fashion explores how events such as World Wars, economic and environmental disasters, artistic movements, and technology influenced what Americans wore. The Fashion industry is a trillion dollar global industry that ebbs and flows with changes in society. The period studied (1900-present day) shows the most rapid transformation in apparel in the United States.

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  • 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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