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family career and community leaders of america

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America

Arizona FCCLA Topics & Updates

2014-2015

icebreaker
Icebreaker
  • Clumps
    • Stand up!
    • Leader will give a “descriptor” and participants will “clump” together with other participants with common “descriptors.
      • EX: Descriptor is eye color. All green eyes in one clump, blue eyes in another clump, etc.
    • Within the “clump” introduce yourself, school, and content area.
    • Leader will give another “descriptor” and participants will “clump” again.
    • Repeat…
2013 2014 flashback
2013-2014 Flashback
  • Held the 1st Annual Adviser Leadership Conference with 40 in attendance!
  • Co-hosted Chapter Leadership Camp with HOSA!
  • Largest Fall Leadership Conference with 1,400 members, advisers and guests in attendance!
  • State Leadership Conference attendance increased by 50% from previous year!
2013 2014 flashback1
2013-2014 Flashback
  • State Membership increased by 70% from the year prior and Arizona received the largest membership percentage increase for the Pacific Region at the National Leadership Conference!
  • Attendance at the National Leadership Conference increase by 50%!
2014 national leadership conference results
2014 National Leadership Conference Results
  • Arizona FCCLA – 70 Participants in 29 STAR Events – including all 3 Categories (Junior, Senior, and Occupational)
    • This is a 36% from NLC 2013 where there were 45 Participants in 17 STAR Events
  • Overall Individual Medals:
    • 27 Gold
    • 32 Silver
    • 11 Bronze
  • Team/Event Breakdown:
    • 18 Gold
    • 19 Silver
    • 6 Bronze
2014 national leadership conference results1
2014 National Leadership Conference Results
  • GOLD MEDAL RECIPIENTS:
    • Jaziel Marin Chapter in Review Display - Senior
    • Kourtney White Chapter in Review Display - Senior
    • Hunter Flanagan Chapter in Review Portfolio - Senior
    • Briana Chaney Chapter Service Project Portfolio - Occupational
    • Lucy Humphreys Chapter Service Project Portfolio - Occupational
    • Carrie Conner Entrepreneurship - Occupational
    • JoellenBrees Entrepreneurship - Occupational
    • Itzel Herrera Fashion Construction - Occupational
    • Maria Vazquez Fashion Construction - Occupational
    • Liliana Brito Fashion Design - Occupational
    • McKenzie Rains Focus on Children - Senior
    • Mezna Ahmad Focus on Children - Occupational
    • Raquel Kucinski Focus on Children - Occupational
    • Cori Tarbert Illustrated Talk - Senior
2014 national leadership conference results2
2014 National Leadership Conference Results
  • GOLD MEDAL RECIPIENTS (cont.):
    • Joey TarbertIllustrated Talk - Senior
    • Berenice RuezgaIllustrated Talk - Occupational
    • Jodi Fleming Illustrated Talk - Occupational
    • Marissa Petersen Illustrated Talk - Occupational
    • Daniela SzakacsInterior Design - Occupational
    • Jenny GhejuInterior Design - Occupational
    • Cathleen Miramontes Job Interview - Senior
    • Hannah PlaterioJob Interview - Occupational
    • Delia Sotelo Job Interview - Occupational
    • Zoey Tow Recycle and Redesign - Occupational
    • Brooke Grant Sports Nutrition - Occupational
    • Lauren Ray Sports Nutrition - Occupational
    • Courtney Schmelter Teach and Train - Occupational
2014 national leadership conference results3
2014 National Leadership Conference Results
  • SILVER MEDAL RECIPIENTS:
    • JennicaNozie Chapter in Review Display - Senior
    • Marissa Gregg Chapter in Review Display - Senior
    • Ariel Alonzo Chapter Service Project Portfolio - Occupational
    • Cierra Villaverde Chapter Service Project Portfolio - Occupational
    • Maysem Ahmad Early Childhood - Occupational
    • BekahArgentati Early Childhood - Occupational
    • Erika Thorlton Entrepreneurship - Occupational
    • Savana Lawrey Entrepreneurship - Occupational
    • Carlos Osuna Fashion Design - Senior
    • Natalie Vargas Focus on Children - Occupational
    • Sienna Whalen Focus on Children - Occupational
2014 national leadership conference results4
2014 National Leadership Conference Results
  • SILVER MEDAL RECIPIENTS (cont):
    • Carlos Sanchez Food Innovations - Occupational
    • Dino Mesic Food Innovations - Occupational
    • Dominick Perez Food Innovations - Occupational
    • Julian Garcia Food Innovations - Occupational
    • NicClark Food Innovations - Occupational
    • Stevie Adams Food Innovations - Occupational
    • Kassandra Baltierra Illustrated Talk - Junior
    • Alana Sellan Illustrated Talk - Senior
    • Jaquelynn O'Campo Illustrated Talk - Senior
    • Britta Mayberry Illustrated Talk - Occupational
    • Shea Cottrell Illustrated Talk - Occupational
2014 national leadership conference results5
2014 National Leadership Conference Results
  • SILVER MEDAL RECIPIENTS (cont):
    • Arely Villalobos Job Interview - Senior
    • Jordan Schaller Life Event Planning - Occupational
    • Kaylee Girard Life Event Planning - Occupational
    • Gabriel Madrid Life Event Planning - Occupational
    • Micah Powell Life Event Planning - Occupational
    • Ann Marie Westervelt Promote and Publicize FCCLA! - Senior
    • Stephanie Khalifeh Promote and Publicize FCCLA! - Senior
    • Christopher Villaverde Promote and Publicize FCCLA! - Occupational
    • Hannah Condie Recycle and Redesign - Junior
    • Paige Roose Recycle and Redesign - Junior
2014 national leadership conference results6
2014 National Leadership Conference Results
  • BRONZE MEDAL RECIPIENTS:
    • Rylee Loya Career Investigation - Senior
    • Brooklyn DeSpain Chapter in Review Display - Junior
    • Clare Rogers Chapter in Review Display - Junior
    • Emma Buhler Chapter in Review Display - Junior
    • Shaneil Declay Chapter in Review Portfolio - Occupational
    • Shaniqua Declay Chapter in Review Portfolio - Occupational
    • Armando Sanchez Culinary Arts - Occupational
    • Bobby Harris Culinary Arts - Occupational
    • Lauro Ortega Culinary Arts - Occupational
    • AnabellSandez Fashion Construction - Senior
    • AubryStaten Illustrated Talk - Junior
2014 2015 preview
2014-2015 Preview

Arizona FCCLA

adviser leadership conference alc
Adviser Leadership Conference (ALC)
  • Friday-Saturday, August 22-23, 2014
  • Embassy Suites Biltmore – Tempe, AZ
  • Registration - $135
  • Hotel - $99 per night (plus tax)
  • Registration includes:
    • 2 working lunches, lesson plans, materials, free shirt
  • Content: Best practices, roundtable discussions, competitive event updates, plus much more!
leadership camp open to all
Leadership Camp (open to all)
  • Thursday-Saturday, September 11-13, 2014
  • Camp Pine Summit – Prescott, AZ
  • Registration - $140 per person
  • Includes 5 meals (dinner on Thurs through breakfast on Sat), lodging 2 nights (Thurs & Fri), and camp shirt
  • Joint Camp with HOSA
  • Open to all members
fall leadership extravaganza flex
Fall Leadership Extravaganza (FLEX)
  • Friday, November 7, 2014
  • Phoenix Convention Center & US Airways Center
  • Registration - $35 per person
    • $60 per person with game or activity
  • Over 70 workshops to choose from – including careers, college, financial aide, Family and Consumer Sciences (program/content area), FCCLA competitive events, etc.
  • Exhilarating keynote speaker
  • Co-hosted with FBLA and HOSA
regional conferences
Regional Conferences
  • Dates are TBD – January and February, 2015
  • Locations – TBD
  • Registration – TBD
  • Format – One-day conference offering competitive events in all areas to give students more exposure and preparation for SLC
    • Please note that not ALL competitive will be offered at each regional conference
    • Each chapter must attend the regional conference that falls within their region
state leadership conference slc
State Leadership Conference (SLC)
  • Monday-Wednesday, March 30-April 1, 2015
  • Westin La Paloma– Tucson
  • Registration - $70 Traditional, $25 Culinary Fees
  • Hotel - $135 per night (plus tax)
  • Schedule will be modified slightly from last year – information coming soon
national leadership conference nlc
National Leadership Conference (NLC)
  • July 4-10, 2015
  • Washington DC
  • Registration will continue through Arizona FCCLA state office
    • It will include: hotel, conference registration, AZ travel package, AZ optional events
    • Does not include airfare, airport transportation, additional registration fees, spending money, other meals, optional excursions/tours, etc.
  • More information to come…
national leadership conference updates
National Leadership Conference Updates
  • 2015 – Washington DC
  • 2016 – San Diego, CA
  • 2017 – Nashville, TN (downtown – new Omni hotel to open September 2013)
  • 2019 – Anaheim, CA
  • 2021 – Nashville, TN (downtown)
  • 2025 – Nashville, TN (downtown)
arizona types of membership
Arizona – Types of Membership
  • Traditional Chapter Membership
    • Minimum is 12 members and 1 adviser
    • Not all students in your classroom are members
      • 12 Members ($15 each)
      • 1 Adviser ($15 each)
      • Chapter Fee ($10)
  • Total Program Membership Affiliation
    • Based on last year’s enrollment in your FACS program (100th day report)
    • All students in your class are a FCCLA member – total program delivery model
    • Sliding scale fee schedule
  • New Membership Reporting Method for 2014-2015
membership reporting
Membership Reporting
  • New Membership Reporting Method for 2014-2015
  • Traditional Membership
    • Reported and Fees are paid DIRECTLY to the National FCCLA Office
  • Total Program Affiliation Membership
    • Reported and Fees are paid to the Arizona FCCLA State Office
  • Program Fee
    • Reported and Fees are paid to the Arizona FCCLA State Office
    • Must be done through your CTE Director only
membership classifications categories
Membership Classifications/Categories
  • Comprehensive vs. Occupational
    • Comprehensive Affiliation
      • Students who have been, or are, enrolled in a Family and Consumer Science course
      • First and Second Year students – still learning the standards
    • Occupational Affiliation
      • Students who are enrolled in a school-to-work based program (Coop course)
      • Advanced students that are mainly in a Work-Based Learning program
  • NOTES: Once you enroll a member in one affiliation (Comprehensive or Occupational) – you cannot change them during that school year
  • This will affect what type of competition your student can compete in – please ask before you select if you are unsure!
competitive event updates
Competitive Event Updates
  • New STAR Events 2014-2015
    • Commercial Interior Design (PILOT – tentatively to be rolled out at National Cluster Meeting 2014)
  • New Skill Demonstration Events 2014-2015
    • Fashion Sketch
    • Hospitality, Recreation and Tourism Challenge
      • Skill Demonstration Events will begin a Rotation in 2014
  • Least Participation
    • Virtual Poster (Discontinued in 2014)
    • No Kid Hungry
    • Digital Stories for Change
national programs update
National Programs Update
  • No Changes, Additions or Deletions
fccla at the table
FCCLA At The Table
  • New Initiative: FCCLA At The Table
    • FCCLA members (6th-12th grade) take a pledge
    • Plan and prepare a meal for their families (simple, healthy, elaborate…their choice)
    • One-time commitment or more
    • The idea behind it, is to have the family sit down together and enjoy a meal served with plenty of conversation and laughter – try a themed meal, an activity afterwards, etc.
    • Can tie into National Programs if desired, such as: Student Body, Financial Fitness, etc.
fccla at the table cont
FCCLA At The Table (cont.)
  • Possible Resources
    • National FCCLA has basic resources online and will continue to add as time goes on
    • Pinterest
    • Team Nutrition
    • Share Our Strength – Cooking Matters
    • Pass the Peaches Please (USDA)
power of one arizona individual recognition program national program
Power of One – Arizona Individual Recognition Program & National Program
  • Power of One helps students find and use their own personal power.
  • Five units:
    • A Better You
    • Family Ties
    • Working on Working
    • Take the Lead
    • Speak Out for FCCLA
  • Arizona Forms
  • Arizona Deadline – March 1
  • State (and National) Recognition
outstanding chapter award arizona chapter recognition program
Outstanding Chapter Award – Arizona Chapter Recognition Program
  • Chapters are doing the work – why not receive recognition for it!!!
  • Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards
    • RECOGNITION: Chapters will receive name tag ribbons at state, an official certificate for the chapter (Silver and Gold will receive a plaque) and chapter recognition on the Arizona FCCLA website
    • Bronze is achievable by ALL! You are already doing it by chartering your chapter every year…
  • Deadline – March 1 (March 2, 2015)
member of the month program
Member of the Month Program
  • Nominate your students for the hard work they do in your chapter each month!
  • Form is short and simple to fill out.
  • Deadline is the 1st of each month beginning September 1 and ending March 1.
  • Top “Member of the Month” will receive Member of the Year for 2014-2015.
  • Students receive recognition on FCCLA social media and at the State Leadership Conference.
other updates
Other Updates
  • Fall Membership (and Chapter Charters) Deadline – October 1
  • Additional Membership Deadline – February 15
  • Membership Recruitment Packet (National Office)
    • By Mid-August
    • If not, contact me
chapter visits
Chapter Visits
  • Arizona FCCLA State Officers want to visit your students!
  • Email me TODAY!
  • Recruitment presentations, officer installments, special guests at chapter events, etc.
arizona fccla website
Arizona FCCLA Website
  • Website Navigation – www.azfccla.org
    • Headlines
    • About
    • Charter a Chapter
    • Conferences
    • Contact
    • Resources
      • Chapter
      • Adviser
      • Students
    • State Officers
national fccla website
National FCCLA Website
  • Website Navigation – www.fcclainc.org
    • Home
      • Chapter Adviser Login
    • About Us
    • Membership
    • News & Media
    • Meetings
    • Programs
      • Competitive Events
      • Resources
    • Youth Leaders
    • Awards
    • FCCLA Store
social media
Social Media
  • Arizona FCCLA Website (www.azfccla.org)
    • More information and resources!!!
  • Bi-Weekly Adviser Email Updates
  • AZ Facebook (www.facebook.com/arizonafccla)
  • AZ Twitter (@arizonafccla)
  • National FCCLA Social Media
    • Pinterest (pinterest.com/nationalfccla/)
    • Facebook Group for Local Advisers (facebook.com/groups/natlfcclaadvisers/)
have a great year

Questions?

    • Marci Barlow, Director
    • 602.542.3040
    • director@azfccla.org
Have a great year!

See me with any questions.