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INTRODUCTIONS
STATE ADVISER
STATE PRESIDENT
CHERI SAIN
JESUS MELENDEZ
STATE OFFICERS
BENJAMIN BLANCO, TJ COLEMAN, LAURA EVANS, SYDNE
GOLDSTONE, SARAH KOSS, ALLISON KURTZ, JESUS
MELENDEZ, NEIL NGUYEN, SYDNIE ROMERO, HIRAM OLVERA
THAT’S ME!
INTRODUCTION ACTIVITY
FAMILY, CAREER, AND COMMUNITY LEADERS OF AMERICA
FCCLA IS A NONPROFIT NATIONAL CAREER AND TECHNICAL STUDENT ORGANIZATION FOR YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN IN FAMILY AND
CONSUMER SCIENCES EDUCATION IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS, GRADES 7-12.
FCCLA
NEW MEXICO
FOUNDED IN NM IN 1946
FORMERLY KNOWN AS:
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
(FHA OR FHA-HERO)
NAME CHANGE
• IN 1999, THE STUDENT MEMBERS VOTED FOR THE NAME CHANGE
• THE NAME WAS CHANGED TO BETTER REFLECT THE MISSION AND PURPOSE OF THE
ORGANIZATION AND TO ENCOURAGE MALES AND FEMALES TO JOIN
• FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA (FHA) DOES STILL EXIST AS A NAME FOR THE
ORGANIZATION IN A FEW STATES
PROGRAM EMPHASIS
FCCLA
--IS THE ONLY IN-SCHOOL STUDENT ORGANIZATION WITH FAMILY AS ITS
CENTRAL FOCUS.
--IS THE ONLY IN-SCHOOL STUDENT ORGANIZATION THAT FUNCTIONS AS
AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES EDUCATION
CURRICULUM AND OPERATES WITHIN THE SCHOOL SYSTEM.
--PROVIDES OPPORTUNITIES FOR ACTIVE STUDENT PARTICIPATION AT
LOCAL, STATE, AND NATIONAL LEVELS.
“ FCCLA PROVIDES ME OPPORTUNITIES TO
USE WHAT IS TAUGHT IN CLASS
DENISE SALAZAR, NM FCCLA STUDENT
FCCLA IS THE ULTIMATE LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE.
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WHO CAN JOIN?
• MALES AND FEMALES ARE WELCOMED INTO THE ORGANIZATION.
• EACH YEAR OVER 200,000 STUDENTS JOIN OVER 10,000 CHAPTERS IN 50
STATE ASSOCIATIONS AS WELL AS
• THE DISTRICT COLUMBIA,
• PUERTO RICO, AND
• THE VIRGIN ISLANDS.
WHAT
WE
DO
HELPS YOUNG MEN & WOMEN BECOME LEADERS &
ADDRESS IMPORTANT PERSONAL, FAMILY, WORK, AND
SOCIETAL ISSUES
PRODUCE LEADERS
DEVELOP SKILLS
FOR LIFE
• MEMBERS DEVELOP SKILLS FOR LIFE
INCLUDING PLANNING, GOAL SETTING,
PROBLEM SOLVING, DECISION MAKING, &
INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
WHAT WE DO
WHAT WE DO
YOUTH & FAMILY
FOCUSED
CHAPTER PROJECTS FOCUS ON YOUTH CONCERNS INCLUDING TEEN
PREGNANCY, PARENTING, FAMILY, PEER PRESSURE, HEALTHY LIVING,
TEEN VIOLENCE, AND CAREER EXPLORATION
MISSION
• TO PROMOTE PERSONAL GROWTH AND LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT THROUGH FAMILY
AND CONSUMER SCIENCES EDUCATION. FOCUSING ON THE MULTIPLE ROLES OF FAMILY
MEMBER, WAGE EARNER, AND COMMUNITY LEADER, MEMBERS DEVELOP SKILLS FOR
LIFE THROUGH:
• CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT
• CREATIVE AND CRITICAL THINKING
• INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
• PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE
• CAREER PREPARATION.
ABOUT US
MOTTO
TOWARD NEW HORIZONS
FLOWER
COLORS
RED ROSE
RED AND WHITE
RED—STRENGTH, COURAGE, &
DETERMINATION
WHITE—SINCERITY OF
PURPOSE & INTEGRITY OF
ACTION
EMBLEM
FCCLA
NATIONAL
REGIONS
North Atlantic
Region
Pacific Region
Central
Region
Southern
Region
NEW
MEXICO
REGIONS
REGIONS
REGION I
CLIFF
GADSDEN SILVER
SANTA TERESA
CENTENNIAL
MAYFIELD
LAS CRUCES
ONATE
TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCE
ALAMOGORDO
CAPITAN
RUIDOSO CARRIZOZO
REGION II
CLOVIS
GATTIS MS
ELIDA
FLOYD
PORTALES
YUCCA MS
REGION III
TEXICO
ALTA VISTA
ROSWELL GODDARD LOVINGTON
MESA
MOUNTAIN VIEW
ROSWELL
TUCUMCARI MS
TUCUMCARI HS
KIRTLAND HS
KIRTLAND MS
BERNALILLO
SANTA FE
CLEVELAND
HIGHLAND
LAGUNA ACOMA
LOS ALAMOS
POJOAQUE
RIO RANCHO
AZTEC
RATON MS
SHIPROCK
RATON HS
WHO CAN BE AN
FCCLA ADVISOR?
ANY TEACHER CERTIFIED OR
CREDENTIALS TO TEACH APPROVED
COURSES FOR FAMILY AND
CONSUMER SCIENCE CERTIFIED
TEACHERS AND IS CURRENTLY
TEACHING
WHY BECOME AN ADVISOR?
COLLABORATE
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WORK WITH OTHER ADVISORS IN
AREA
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COLLABORATE ON PROJECTS AND
SERVICE LEARNING PROJECTS
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WORK IN CONJUNCTION WITH STAFF,
COMMUNITY MEMBERS, AND
BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY ON
PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES IN AREA
SERVE
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SHOW STUDENTS IT IS IMPORTANT
TO JOIN PROFESSIONAL
ORGANIZATIONS IN FUTURE CAREERS
BE RECOGNIZED FOR WORK AS AN
ADVISOR ON THE STATE AND
NATIONAL LEVEL
SERVE ON BOARD OF DIRECTORS
AND/OR AS A REGIONAL ADVISOR
MODEL
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DEMONSTRATE TO STUDENTS THAT
YOU ARE A PROFESSIONAL
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SHOW COMMITMENT TO FCS BY
JOINING ORGANIZATION THAT
PROMOTES DISCIPLINE
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TEACH AS A CO-CURRICULAR
CHAPTER WHERE LINK BETWEEN FCS
AND FCCLA IS VALIDATED
ADVISOR TRAINING
IN ORDER TO HELP YOUR CHAPTER PRODUCE
LEADERS, YOU MUST HAVE ALL THE PROPER
TRAINING TO BE AN ADVISOR…..
Local Members Decide on Offices Needed for Chapter
•President
•Vice President of Programs
•Vice President of Achievement
•Vice President of Competitive Events
•Vice President of Finance
•Vice President of Peer Involvement
•Vice President of Projects
•Vice President of Public Relations
•Vice President of Service Learning
•Corresponding Secretary
•Recording Secretary
•Parliamentarian
FCCLA DUES
STATE DUES
NATIONAL DUES
$10
$9
Affiliate on-line at www. fcclainc.org
TOTAL DUES
$19
CHAPTERS MUST HAVE
A MINIMUM OF 12 MEMBERS
ILLEGAL TO COLLECT DUES AND NOT SUBMIT IT
TO HEADQUARTERS.
AFFILIATION DEADLINE
IN ORDER FOR STUDENTS TO RECEIVE FULL BENEFITS FOR
THE YEAR AND TO COMPETE IN STAR/PROFICIENCY EVENTS
OR RUN FOR A REGIONAL OR STATE OFFICE THE CHAPTERS
MUST BE AFFILIATED BY
NOVEMBER 1
WAYS FOR STUDENTS TO PAY DUES
LOCAL PAYMENT PLAN
PAID/NONPAID PRIVILEGES
PAY TOTAL UPFRONT
ADVISOR AND STUDENT AGREE
TO PAYMENT PLAN WHERE
STUDENT MEMBER WILL PAY A
CERTAIN AMOUNT EACH MONTH
UNTIL DUES ARE PAID IN FULL
PAID MEMBERS GET TO
PARTICIPATE IN ALL EVENTS;
NOT PAID ONLY GET INVOLVED IN
WHAT TAKES PLACE DURING
CLASS TIME
STUDENT MEMBERS PAY THE
TOTAL AMOUNT IN ONE PAYMENT
OR WORK
EXPERIENCE/FUNDRAISER IN
ORDER TO BE A FULL VOTING
MEMBER OF THEIR LOCAL
CHAPTER
AFFILIATION, CONT.
• DUES ARE ACCEPTED ALL YEAR
• MULTIPLE SUBMISSIONS ARE ENCOURAGED
• NAMES SHOULD BE DOUBLE CHECKED TO INSURE THAT
NO ONE IS LEFT OFF THE AFFILIATION LIST
FCCLA NATIONAL WEBSITE
HTTP://WWW.FCCLAINC.ORG
AFFILIATION INSTRUCTIONS
• FOR THIS YEAR’S AFFILIATION (2014-2015), ALL CHAPTERS ARE CONSIDERED
NEW CHAPTERS
• ALL CHAPTERS WILL BE REQUIRED TO REGISTER THROUGH THE NATIONAL
WEBSITE THIS YEAR
• ALL PAYMENTS WILL GO DIRECTLY TO NATIONALS
• STATES WILL RECEIVE STATE DUES FROM NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS
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THE ORGANIZATION ENCOURAGES
PERSONAL GROWTH AND LEADERSHIP
DEVELOPMENT IN TEENS THROUGH
FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES.
FCCLA-FCS CONNECTION
”
PROGRAMS
FCCLA offers several programs for members including:
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Career Connections
Leadership Service in Action
FACTS (Families Acting for Community and Traffic Safety)
Families First
Financial Fitness
Japanese Exchange
Power of One
STOP the Violence
Student Body
CAREER CONNECTION
Career Connection guides students to
develop, plan, carry out, and evaluate
projects. The projects improve the quality of
life in six (6) units. Students focus activities
on different aspects of career development.
Students can choose a unit, then plan and
carry out related projects that strengthen
their awareness of skills needed for
careers.
LEADERSHIP SERVICE IN ACTION
The FCCLA Leadership Service in Action program
guides students to develop, plan, carry out, and
evaluate projects that improve the quality of life
in their communities. Leadership Service in
Action helps young people build skills for family,
career, and community roles; provides youthcentered learning experiences related to Family
and Consumer Sciences education; and
encourages young people to develop the positive
character traits of trustworthiness, respect,
responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship.
FACTS
(FAMILIES ACTING FOR COMMUNITY & TRAFFIC SAFETY)
Families Acting for Community
Traffic Safety (FACTS) is a national
peer education program through
which students strive to save lives
educating adults and youth about
traffic safety and supporting
enforcement of local rules and
regulations regarding community
traffic safety.
FAMILIES FIRST
The FCCLA Families First national peer
education program through which youth
gain a better understanding of how
families work and learn skills to become
strong family members. Its goals are to:
help youth become strong family
members and leaders for today and
tomorrow and strengthen the family as
the basic unit of society.
FINANCIAL FITNESS
The FCCLA Financial Fitness national peer
education program involves youth teaching
one another how to make, save, and spend
money wisely. Through FCCLA's Financial
Fitness program, youth plan and carry out
projects that help them and their peers
learn to become wise financial managers
and smart consumers.
STOP THE VIOLENCE
The FCCLA Students' Taking On
Prevention (STOP) the Violence
program empowers youth with
attitudes, skills, and resources in
order to recognize, report, and
reduce youth violence.
STUDENT BODY
The FCCLA Student Body national peer
education program helps young people
learn to eat right, be fit, and make healthy
choices. Its goals are to: help young
people make informed, responsible
decisions about their health, provide youth
opportunities to teach others, and develop
healthy lifestyles, as well as
communication and leadership skills.
JAPANESE EXCHANGE
Japanese Exchange is a scholarship
opportunity for FCCLA members to
travel to Japan for four-to-six weeks as
an exchange student. This scholarship
is funded by the Kikkoman Corporation,
administered by Youth For
Understanding USA. Scholarships are
worth more than $10,000 each.
POWER OF ONE
Power of One gives youth the POWER to fulfill their
dreams by creating self-directed projects that focus
on:
•A Better You — Improve personal traits
•Family Ties — Get along better with family members
•Working on Working — Explore work options,
prepare for a career, or sharpen skills useful in
business
•Take the Lead — Develop leadership qualities
•Speak Out for FCCLA — Tell others about positive
experiences in FCCLA.
PROGRAM
SPOTLIGHT
CALENDAR
STAR EVENTS
STAR Events (Students Taking Action with Recognition) are
competitive events in which members are recognized for proficiency
and achievement in chapter and individual projects, leadership
skills, and career preparation. STAR Events offer individual skill
development and application of learning through the following
activities:
• cooperative – teams work to accomplish specific goals
• individualized – an individual member works alone to accomplish
specific goals
• competitive – individual or team performance measured by an
established set of criteria
STAR Events are grouped into Foundational, Leadership, Career
Preparation, and Online Events.
STAR EVENTS
• ADVOCACY
• APPLIED MATH FOR CULINARY MANAGEMENT
• CAREER INVESTIGATION
• CHAPTER IN REVIEW DISPLAY
• CHAPTER IN REVIEW PORTFOLIO
• CHAPTER SERVICE PROJECT PORTFOLIO
• CHAPTER SERVICE PROJECT DISPLAY
• CULINARY ARTS
• EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
• ENTREPRENEURSHIP
• ENVIRONMENTAL AMBASSADOR
• FASHION CONSTRUCTION
• FASHION DESIGN
• FOCUS ON CHILDREN
STAR EVENTS, CONT.
• FOOD INNOVATIONS
• HOSPITALITY, TOURISM, & RECREATION
• ILLUSTRATED TALK
• INTERIOR DESIGN
• INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS
• JOB INTERVIEW
• LEADERSHIP
• LIFE EVENT PLANNING
• NATIONAL PROGRAMS IN ACTION
• NUTRITION AND WELLNESS
• PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE
• PROMOTE AND PUBLICIZE FCCLA!
• RECYCLE AND REDESIGN
• SPORTS NUTRITION
• TEACH AND TRAIN
ONLINE STAR EVENTS
•FCCLA CHAPTER WEBSITE
•DIGITAL STORIES FOR CHANGE
•NO KIDS HUNGRY NATIONAL
OUTREACH PROJECT
STATE STAR EVENTS
• BABYSITTING 101
• DECORATED CAKE
• CRUDITE TRAY
• DRESS FOR SUCCESS
• CREATIVE EXPRESSIONS
• INNOVATIVE INTERIORS
• CHAPTER CREED
• FASHION SHOWCASE
• TABLESCAPES
• CHAPTER BANNER
STATE STAR
EVENTS CAN BE
FOUND ON LIVE
BINDER UNDER
STATE STAR
EVENTS TAB
PLANNING PROCESS
IDENTIFY CONCERNS
SET A GOAL
FORM A PLAN
ACT
FOLLOW UP
MEETINGS 2014-2015
CTSO FALL LEADERSHIP
CONFERENCE
FCCLA REGIONAL
CONFERENCES
FCCLA STATE & NATIONAL
CONFERENCES
ALL 6 CTSOS (CAREER TECHNICAL STUDENT
ORGANIZATIONS) WILL ATTEND THIS ONE-DAY
CONFERENCE. AN ADVISOR AND UP TO 7 LOCAL
OFFICER MEMBERS WILL BE TRAINED BY A
PROFESSIONAL STAFF TO GAIN LEADERSHIP
SKILLS AND HOW TO RUN A SUCCESSFUL
ORGANIZATION ONCE THEY RETURN HOME.
THREE REGIONS DIVIDE THE STATE OF NEW
MEXICO. REGION I IS THE SOUTHERN REGION.
REGION II IS THE MIDDLE SECTION OF THE
STATE. REGION III IS NORTHERN NEW MEXICO.
REGION II AND III HAVE SET THEIR REGIONAL
MEETINGS FOR JANUARY 24TH, 2015. REGION I
IS IN NEED OF A REGIONAL ADVISOR.
THE STATE CONFERENCE IS SET IN
ALBBUQUERQUE FOR MARCH 5-7, 2015.
THE NATIONAL MEETING WILL BE HELD IN
WASHINGTON, DC. , FROM JULY 5-10, 2015.
CAPITOL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
• STATE PRESIDENT
JESUS MELENDEZ
ATTENDED THE
CAPITOL
LEADERSHIP
CONFERENCE IN
WASHINGTON, DC.
RESOURCES
WEBSITE
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WWW.FCCLAINC.ORG
LESSON PLANS ARE
PROVIDED
HANDBOOKS
STUDY GUIDES
VIDEOS
LIVE BINDER
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LIVE BINDER IS AN ONLINE
VIRTUAL 3-RING BINDER WHERE
RESOURCES ARE TABBED
LIVE BINDER IS AUTOMATICALLY
UPDATED BY THE
ADMINISTRATOR
IT IS FREE!
MENTOR PROGRAM
•
MENTORS CAN BE ASSIGNED BY
STATE OFFICE TO ANY NEW ADVISOR
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MENTORS CAN ANSWER
QUESTIONS WHEN STATE OFFICE IS
UNAVAILABLE
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MENTORS CAN PROVIDE
RESOURCES AND IDEAS WHEN
NECESSARY
TEEN TIMES
TEEN TIMES IS FCCLA MEMBERS’ NATIONAL
MAGAZINE WITH COVERAGE OF TEEN ISSUES AND
CHAPTER IDEAS.
MEMBERS RECEIVE FOUR ISSUES EACH YEAR.
INFORMATION FOR THE NEW MEXICO FCCLA
MEMBERS CAN BE FOUND ON THEIR FACEBOOK
PAGE AND AT THE WEBSITE WWW.NMCTSO.COM.
GETTING THE WORD OUT
• CONSISTENCY
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STATIONARY, FAX NOTICES, BUSINESS CARDS
PRESS RELEASES, ETC.
SAMPLES ARE ON THE STATE WEBSITE AND LIVE BINDER
• END OF EMAILS; SIGNS IN DEPARTMENT, ETC.
STATE OFFICE
• MAILING ADDRESS
CHERI SAIN
EASTERN NEW MEXICO UNIVERSITY
1500 SOUTH AVE. K
STATION 61
PORTALES, NM 88130
• PHONE:
575-562-2188
• EMAIL:
[email protected]
NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS
FCCLA
1910 ASSOCIATION DRIVE
RESTON, VA 20191-1584
800-234-4425
703-476-4900 • FAX: 703-860-2713
WEBSITE:
WWW.FCCLAINC.ORG
[email protected]

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