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  • Scholarship Opportunity for FCCLA Members

    Are you interested in pursuing a career in Culinary Arts? If so, have you considered attending The Culinary Institute of America?

    The Culinary Institute of America is offering a $2,000 National Student Organization Scholarship to members of FCCLA, SkillsUSA or ProStart. To apply for the scholarship you must complete and submit your application by April 1st 2014. The scholarship is available to students wanting to pursue a degree in Culinary Arts or Baking and Pastry Arts at one of their three campuses in either Hyde Park, NY, St. Helena, CA or San Antonio, TX. The scholarship process includes an essay of at least 500 words over one of the two options listed on their website. The top 45 essays will be selected to receive the scholarship.

    This is a great opportunity for any member interested in a Culinary Arts degree to apply for. The scholarship can help tremendously to help pay to further your education.

    For more information on the scholarship visit:http://www2.ciachef.edu/pdf/fa_nsoscholarship.pdf

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  • Oregon CTSO Proclamation

    February is Career and Technical Education Month! Oregon FCCLA is proud to announce that Governor John. A. Kitzhaber, M.D. has created a Proclamation for Oregon Career and Technical Student Organizations to commemorate the value of student organizations like FCCLA - The Ultimate Leadership Experience.

    Join us in celebrating Career and Technical Education Month! Spread the word about the value of CTE in your community.

    Click here to view the proclamation from Governor John A. Kitzhaber 2014 Oregon CTE Proclamation

  • Enterprise FCCLA "Light It Up Blue Week"

    One of FCCLA’s Educational Outreach Partners is Autism Speaks, which is a non-profit that works to fund research into the prevention, treatments and cure for autism. The organizations goal is to increase people’s awareness of autism spectrum disorders and advocate for the needs of individuals with autism and their families. Oregon FCCLA State Vice-President of Public Relations, Katelyn Curtis and a fellow chapter member organized a “Light It Up Blue Week” for their junior high to promote Autism Speaks and autism awareness. Here is Katelyn’s recap of what they did throughout the week at Enterprise Junior High.

    Learning at the 2013 National Conference that FCCLA had partnered with Autism Speaks, I decided that I wanted to do a project that helped increase my fellow peers awareness of autism spectrum disorder. This project was very personal to me, because I have a relative that is diagnosed with autism, and I not only wanted to further educate myself about autism, but also my peers. My partner and I decided to call our project “Light It Up Blue Week”. Throughout the week the Enterprise Junior High student participated in games, activities, and competition. We also put up fats about autism spectrum disorder each day for students to see.


    ·      On Monday, we gave a brief introduction to what we would be doing for the rest of the week, handed out Autism Speaks wristbands and gave students a challenge to wear them all week. If they wore their wristbands all week they would receive a prize.


    ·      Tuesday, we played a game called "how many are in the jar?". We filled a mason jar and full it with blue and white m&ms and put the jar in a junior high classroom with a bucket where they could write their name and their guess. At the end of the week we selected a winner who was closest to the actual amount. We choose blue and white m&ms, because they are the colors that represent Autism Speaks.


    ·      Wednesday, we did a scavenger hunt for blue puzzle pieces, which represented Autism Speaks logo. To get the students really interested in the scavenger hunt we made it a competition between the seventh and eighth grade. Throughout the day they looked for puzzle pieces and by the end of the day, whichever class has the most pieces won a “Snack Certificate” to the FACS Room.


    ·      On Thursday, we held a large assembly and a contest to see who could wear the most blue! During the assembly we talked with them about autism spectrum disorder, and what Autism Speaks does to help individuals and families with autism. We will also played a short sound track of what it would be like to have autism. This helped give students who do not have autism a better understanding of what it might be like to have autism. 


    The Enterprise School District has a number students that have autism. With starting this project we wanted to make sure we were careful and presented the information in a way that would help other understand autism better and be educated on it. We believe that our “Light It Up Blue Week” was very successful in finding interactive and fun ways to help promote autism awareness.


    For more information on Autism Speaks, you can visit www.autismspeaks.org

  • Oregon CTSO Bill Signing

    On Monday, September 16th, State President, Joey Vanek, had the opportunity to travel to the Oregon Capitol in Salem and witness House Bill 2912 and Senate Bill 498 be officially signed. Joey was able to meet with the Governor, and supporters of the House Bill. Also attending were, FBLA’S Western Region Vice President, Parker Snook, and Erika Mclntrye, Skills USA State Officer.

    While in Salem Joey was able to see parts of the beautiful Capitol, and learn more about the history of our amazing state! “Seeing Governor Kitzhaber officially sign the bill was the best moment of the trip,” said Vanek. The experience gave him a proud feeling to be a member of an Oregon CTSO. With the 8 million dollar funding, Joey knows CTSO’s will be able to grow, and make Oregon’s future economy brighter!

    The passing of the bill came with a lot of work. “It was the members passion that showed our representatives why Career and Technical Organizations, such as FCCLA, are vital for Oregon’s future,” said Vanek.

    Thank you members and advisers for your hard work to help make sure that Career and Technical Student Organizations are apart of Oregon’s future.

  • Partner with Oregon FCCLA

    This April, Oregon FCCLA & HOSA are partnering to present an exciting career and leadership development opportunity for students at the 2013 State Leadership Conference in Portland. Read more about partnering with Oregon FCCLA.