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 through grade 12.
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:
Everyone is part of a family, and Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is the only national career and technical student organization with the family as its central focus. Since 1945, FCCLA members have been making a difference in their families, careers and communities by addressing important personal, work and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences education. Today over 205,000 members in over 6,600 chapters are active in a network of associations in 50 states as well as in the District of Columbia, the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.
Chapter projects focus on a variety of youth concerns, including teen pregnancy, parenting, family relationships, substance abuse, peer pressure, environment, nutrition and fitness, financial literacy, teen violence and career exploration.
Involvement in FCCLA offers members the opportunity to expand their leadership potential and develop skills for life — planning, goal setting, problem solving, decision making and interpersonal communication — necessary in the home and workplace.
FCCLA has a national membership of over 205,000 young men and women in over 6,600 chapters. There are 50 state associations including the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.
Since its founding in 1945, FCCLA has involved more than nine million youth. Former members are eligible to become members of Alumni & Associates.
Ten national officers (students) are elected by the voting delegates at the annual National Leadership Conference and together make up the National Executive Council.
The Oregon State Association has six state officers elected at the state conference who make up the State Executive Council. Meet the Oregon FCCLA State Officers.
The National Board of Directors is composed of adult representatives from education and business and four youth representatives.
The State Board of Trustees is composed of adult representatives from education and business, and representatives from the State Executive Council. Oregon FCCLA Board of Trustees.
State associations and local chapters elect their own youth officers. State programs come under the direction of Family and Consumer Sciences education staff. Chapter advisers are Family and Consumer Sciences teachers.
National FCCLA is supported primarily by student membership dues. Additional funds are raised from individuals, corporations, and foundations. FCCLA is endorsed by the U.S. Department of Education (Office of Vocational and Adult Education-OVAE) and the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (AAFCS).
Oregon FCCLA is supported by state and federal funding as well as student membership dues. Oregon FCCLA is sponsored by the Oregon Department of Education.
An executive director leads the organization and heads a national staff that gives direction to and carries out programs, communications, membership services, and financial management.
Teen Times, the official magazine of National FCCLA, is published quarterly during the school year and distributed to affiliated members. The national staff also publishes a variety of other resource materials for members and adult leaders. A free publication catalog is available upon request at fccla.mybrightsites.com/.
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