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Other than the 50 states, who else has FCCLA chapters?
1. District of Columbia
2. Puerto Rico
3. Virgin Islands
What are the five areas of the FCCLA mission?
1. character development
2. creative & critical thinking
3. interpersonal communication
4. practical knowledge
5. career preparation
What does the red rose represent?
1. the organization by giving joy through beauty and fragrance
2. a desire for beauty in everyday living
What does the collegiate lettering of the emblem represent?
a focus on education and student leadership
What does the swooping arch that surrounds the emblem represent?
an active organization moving towards new arenas
How may the organization's emblem be used?
only in conjunction with programs and activities directly related to the missions and purposes of FCCLA
How may the emblem be combined with other emblems?
It cannot be combined with other organization emblems or seals or in combination with the school's name.
Who may wear the FCCLA pin?
3. honorary members
4. Alumni & Associates members
5. chapter parents
What colors can the logo be printed or screened in according to the organization?
red, white & black only
On what items must the FCCLA tagline appear?
1. all FCCLA publications for external use
What items is the FCCLA tagline recommended, but not required?
1. email signatures of national & state staff
2. officer email
3. banners & signs
4. note cards
On what items is the FCCLA tagline not required?
1. patches on uniforms
2. lapel pins
3. award plaques & certificated
Where will the National Leadership Conference be held the summer of 2014 (coming summer)?
San Antiono, TX
Where are the National Cluster Meetings this fall?
Charlotte, North Carolina
What are the five basic components of an FCCLA chapter?
Which national program empowers students to recognize their personal strengths and develop those thru individual projects?
Power of One
Which national program concentrates on giving your time, energy, talents and skill to improve the quality of life for others?
Which national program focuses on traffic saftey?
FACTS: Families Acting for Community Traffic Safety
Which national program has as it's purpose to help young people become stron family members and leaders?
Which national program is an extension of Families First and provides an opportunity to spend a summer with a family in another country?
Which national program focuses on assisting young people in learning how to make, save and spend money wisely?
Which national program educates others on proper nutrition, exercise and healthy choices?
What is the Executive Council?
Standing Committee that plans and organizes all chapter needs; traditionally comprised of the chapter officers
What is the source for all rules of parlimentary procedure (rules for conducting meetings)?
Roberts Rules of Order
What is a special committee?
Committee appointed as needed and expires when need is no longer apparent.
What is the most important FCCLA activity?
Involving members in projects they create, implement and evaluate
What is shared leadership?
Process through which chapter members hold joint responsibility for chapter success.
What three names has FCCLA been known by?
1. Future Homemakers of America - FHA
3. Family, Career & Community Leaders of America
What are the five rules for brainstorming?
1. list every idea
2. don't discuss
3. don't judge
4. allow repetition
5. enjoy the silences
What are the typical FCCLA offices?
Vice-President of Programs
Vice President of Public Relations
What was the name of FHA's sister organization that was for students at black schols?
New Homemakers of America
What organization loaned FHA money to start the organization?
AHEA - American Association of Home Economics
What act provided federal support for Home Economics programs that focused on homemaking education?
George Barden Act
When was the purchase of the land for the national headquarters approved by the National Board of Directors?
What year was the 'Ultimate Leadership Experience' chosen as the official tagline of FCCLA?
Who is eligible to be a member of FCCLA?
any student who is taking or has taken a family and consumer sciences education course and who pays the appropriate membership dues, or is a part of a middle level or urban chapter affiliation program.
What is a co-curricular FCCLA chapter?
a program that integrates FCCLA chapter activities into the classroom family and consumer sciences program of study.
What is the planning process?
a simple five-step method to help chapter members and advisors plan individual, group or chapter projects and activities
What is youth-centered leadership?
process through which youth members are responsible for planning, carrying out and evaluating chapter projects and activities
What is the mission of FCCLA?
To promote personal growth and leadership development through family and consumer sciences education. Focusing on the multiple roles of family member, wage earner and community leader, members develop skills for life through- character development; creative and critical thinking; interpersonal communication; practical knowledge; and career preparation.
What are the 53 state associations?
the 50 states, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands
Name the five units of power of one?
a better you, family ties, working on working, take the lead, speak out for FCCLA
What national program guides students to develop, plan, carry out and evaluate projects that improve the quality of life in their communities?
community service programs
What is financial fitness program about?
financial fitness is a national FCCLA program that teaches young people to make, save, and spend money wisely
Who is eligible for full scholarships in the japanese exchange program?
members in their sophomore and junior years of high school
What is the meaning of the acronym STOP and the STOP the violence program?
students taking on prevention
Who is eligible to join FCCLA?
students who are enrolled or have been enrolled in Family & Consumer Sciences classes for at least one semester
What is the 1st Purpose?
to provide opportunities for personal development and preparation for adult life
What is the 3rd Purpose?
to encourage democracy through cooperative action in the home and community
What is the 4th Purpose?
to encourage individual and group involvement in helping achieve global cooperation and harmony
What is the 6th Purpose?
to provide opportunities for making decisions and for assuming responsibilities
What are the five steps of the Planning Process?
Identify Concerns, Set a Goal, Form a Plan, Act and Follow up
What national program guides members to link options and skills for career success?
What national project helps members plan and carry out projects that help communities?
What peer education program empowers young people to recognize, reach out, and report violence?
STOP the Violence
What is a self directed program with 5 modules where members set goals and work to achieve them?
Power of One
What are the five modules for Families First?
Families Today, You-Me-Us, Meet the Challenge, Balancing Family and Career, and Parent Practice
What is a peer education program that encourages members to eat right, be fit, and make healthy choices?
What are units of Financial Fitness?
Banking Basics, Cash Control, Making Money, Consumer Clout, and Financing Your Future
Japanese Exchange Program
What is the program that offers a scholarship to study in Japan for six weeks in the summer?
Plug into Careers, Sign on to the Career Connection, Program Career Steps, Link Up to Jobs, Access Skills for Career Success Integrate Work and Life
What are modules of Career Connections?
Leaders at Work
What is a national program that helps members strengthen leadership skills for jobs?
Applied Technology, Chapter Service, Chapter Showcase Manual, Illustrated Talk, Focus on Children etc.
What are three STAR Events?
What national program turns teen concerns into action to improve their communities?
Model good character, solve problems, foster positive relationships, manage conflict, build teams, educate peers
What are the six essentials of Dynamic Leadership?
Department of Education and American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences
Who are the national sponsors for FCCLA?
To promote personal growth and leadership development through family and consumer sciences education. Focusing on the multiple roles of family member, wage earner and community leader, members develop skills for life through-character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge and vocational preparation
What is the mission of FCCLA?
Alumni and Associates
What is the organization for high school graduates who want to continue their membership in FCCLA?
What is it when FCCLA projects are part of the Family and Consumer Sciences curriculm?
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