Recognition Programs for Advisers

 

 

Without advisers, Michigan FCCLA wouldn't exist. Without dedicated, hard-working advisers who love the organization, we couldn't be as strong as we are. As a thank you, there are several ways that FCCLA recognizes outstanding advisers and business professionals for their service.

 


Master Adviser

The Master Adviser program recognizes outstanding advisers who operate co-curricular chapters with a balanced program of work. Download the National FCCLA application and turn into the Michigan FCCLA office by February 1.

 


Adviser Mentor

The Adviser Mentor program recognizes advisers who have achieved the level of Master Adviser and have worked with beginning advisers to orient them to Family, Career and Community Leaders of America. . Download the National FCCLA application and turn into the Michigan FCCLA office by February 1.

 

 

Spirit of Advising

The Spirit of Advising award recognizes advisers who have gone above and beyond in serving the state association. The Michigan State Adviser selects this recipient each year, and submits the recipient for National FCCLA recognition.

 


Sandra Smith Adviser of the Year

The Sandra Smith Adviser of the Year Award is designed for members to nominate their adviser for outstanding service to their local school or chapter. Information regarding this process is sent to chapter officers at the beginning of January.

 

 

 

Recognition Programs for Other Professionals

 

 

National School Administrator Award

Exceptional school administrators encourage chapters and help students take advantage of the opportunities offered. The National School Administrator Award recognizes and honors local administrators who give outstanding support to the organization on the local, state, and national levels. This award is made possible by a grant from the estate of Mrs. Helen Schmitz Webster, a former administrator in the Deer Creek Public Schools, Oklahoma. Download the National FCCLA application and turn into the Michigan FCCLA office by February 1.

 

 

Honorary Membership

The Honorary Membership Award recognizes persons whose professional responsibilities are not directly related to the organization but who have made outstanding contributions and provide continuing service to the national organization. Download the National FCCLA application and turn into the National FCCLA office by April 1.

 

 

Distinguished Service Award

The Distinguished Service Award recognizes outstanding contributions and continuing service by individuals whose primary responsibilities are directly related to the organization's programs. Examples of those eligible for the Distinguished Service Award are local and state advisers, city and state supervisors of Family and Consumer Sciences, and teacher educators. Nominees must be current members of National Alumni & Associates.  Download the National FCCLA application and turn into the National FCCLA office by April 1.

 

 

Alumni Achievement

The Alumni Achievement Award recognizes former FCCLA members who have distinguished themselves in a chosen field of endeavor, whether as a paid professional or volunteer. Download the National FCCLA application and turn it into the National FCCLA office by April 1.