Programs

 

 

Programs are the core - the "meat and potatoes" of FCCLA. Each of these programs is designed to integrate in to the Family & Consumer Science curriculum. Click on the program title below for more information, project ideas, and resources to help you with them.


Michigan FCCLA's Five Star Chapter Award Program

The Five Star Chapter Award is designed to recognize chapters that plan a well-rounded program of activities for the year. Recognition will be awarded to chapters who complete projects and activities in five of the following nine areas:

  • Membership
  • State Community Service Activity
  • Leadership Development
  • Sponsorship - New for 2017!
  • FCCLA Alumni
  • Legislative Involvement
  • National Programs
  • STAR Events
  • Career Exploration

 

In order to receive recognition, please submit the application to Michigan FCCLA by March 1st. This state chapter award also ties in with several of FCCLA's Programs: Financial Fitness, Student Body, Families First, Stop the Violence and Power of One.

 

Deadline is March 1, 2017


2017 Michigan FCCLA Five Star Chapter Award Application

 

 

Resource book for Program ideas

 

 

 

 

Complete national FCCLA Program Listing:

 

career connection

Career Connection

Learn how to link options and skills for success in careers, families and communities. Through individual, cooperative and competitive activities, members discover their strengths, target career goals and initiate a plan for achieving the lifestyle they desire.

 


Families Acting for Community Traffic Safety

Families Acting for Community Traffic Safety (FACTS)

Basic safety attitudes are formed early in life. Parents teach children powerful lessons--many of them through example. When parents wear safety belts and bicycle helmets, children learn to do so too. Children learn their attitudes about drinking and driving in the family as well. And when you think about it, traffic crashes affect families and communities



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Families First

Through the Families First peer education program, members learn to be strong family members.  In the process, they improve families' ability to nurture socially, emotionally, mentally and physically strong, healthy individuals.  These are the types of leaders America needs to address the challenges it faces today and tomorrow.  Stronger families mean stronger communities for all of us.

 


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Financial Fitness

Financial Fitness is a national peer education program that involves teens teaching teens how to make, save and spend money wisely. American teenagers make and spend a tremendous amount of money. Financial Fitness helps teens use their money to get what they want and need.


 

Community ServiceLeadership 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 youth-centered 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.



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Power of One

Power of One is a self-directed program. Members set their own goals, work to achieve them and see the results. The skills members learn in Power of One will help them in school, with friends and family, in the future at college or on the job.



STAR Events (Students Taking Action with Recognition)
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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 occupational preparation. STAR Events offers individual skill development through the following: Cooperative--teams STAR Events work to accomplish specific goals; individualized--members work alone to accomplish specific goals; and competitive--individual or team performance measured by an established set of criteria.



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STOP the Violence

STOP the Violence - Students Taking On Prevention is a comprehensive, national FCCLA peer-to-peer outreach initiative that empowers young people to recognize, report, and reduce the potential for youth violence in their schools and communities.



Student Body
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Taking a look at your peers reveals that many teenagers are not physically fit, have poor eating habits and are often bothered by lack of self-esteem. The teen years are an ideal time to establish lifetime health attitudes and habits. Teen-to-teen idea and information exchanges are quite successful in accomplishing changes in attitudes. Student Body gives teens the facts and incentives they need to build a healthy body today and in the future.