So, what is the purpose of FCCLA? What does it represent? How does it help students? There are so many questions that people have about FCCLA, even those who are new members, but who are not entirely sure what the organization is about. That's okay! We are here to answer all of your questions and also give you a glimpse into the life of one brilliant and hard working chapter. So here are some commonly asked questions that may help you: What does FCCLA stand for? FCCLA stands for Family Career Community Leaders of America What is FCCLA? FCCLA is an organization within our school where students come together to help our community. It's a place where members can work together and grow, meet new people, find life long friends, and learn their own leadership abilities. How do you join FCCLA? All you have to do is go to your school FCCLA advisory like Early Childhood, Culinary, or a Family Consumer Science teacher and ask about joining. The member dues are 20 dollars. What are the responsibilities of an FCCLA member? Our FCCLA members are challenged to make a difference in our community by making their own decisions daily to assume responsibilities in their personal growth, family life, community involvement, as well as career and technical education. How does FCCLA help students? FCCLA helps students get out of their shell and have new experiences while learning life long lessons that they´ll remember for the rest of their lives.
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