Family, Career & Community Leaders of America

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a national Career and Technical Student Organization that provides personal growth, leadership development, and career preparation opportunities for students in Family and Consumer Sciences education.

 

Our Mission is 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.      

2020-2021 FCCLA Officers

FCCLA Officers
Executive Officers of the over 100 member Four County Career Center Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Chapter include (FRONT - LEFT TO RIGHT) Skyler Parsons (Montpelier) Interior Design; BobbieJo Machnicki (Evergreen) Chef Training; Mindy O’Neill (Delta) Early Childhood Education; Savannah Corrao (Hicksville) Hospitality Services; (BACK - LEFT TO RIGHT) Logan Wilson (Hicksville) Interior Design; Michael Spence (Montpelier) Culinary Arts Management; Taylor Harter (Tinora) Early Childhood Education; and Ricki Copenhaver (Fairview) Hospitality Services.

FCCLA National Silver Medalists

FCCLA National Winners
Four County Career Center had three students that competed in the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) 2021 National Leadership Conference which was held virtually.  Receiving National Silver Medals are (LEFT TO RIGHT) Daisy Jack (Bryan) Focus On Children; Raylynn Miler (Tinora) Repurpose and Redesign; and Lorelle Hetrick (Fairview) Interior Design Scenario.

FCCLA State Winners

State FCCLA Winners
Six students from Four County Career Center’s Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) have earned Gold or Silver Medals at the State FCCLA  Leadership Conference.  Three of these students have earned the right to advance to National Competition to be held Virtually in June.  Shown are State winners (LEFT TO RIGHT) Raylynn Miler (Tinora) Repurpose and Redesign - Silver Medalist and will be competing at Nationals; Lena Bassett (Hicksville) Interior Design Scenario - Silver Medalist; Lorelle Hetrick (Fairview) Interior Design Scenario - Silver Medalist and will be competing at Nationals; Daisy Jack (Bryan) Focus on Children - Silver Medalist and will be competing at Nationals; Taylor Harter (Tinora) Interpersonal Communications - Silver Medalist; and Miranda Bachman (Napoleon) Language and Literacy - Silver Medalist.

FCCLA Regional Winners

FCCLA Regional Winners
Seven Four County Career Center Family, Career & Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Chapter members placed in the FCCLA Regional Competition and have qualified for state FCCLA skill competition.  Contest competitors are (LEFT TO RIGHT) Miranda Bachman (Napoleon) Language & Literacy; Daisy Jack (Bryan) Focus on Children; Taylor Harter (Tinora) Interpersonal Communications; Savannah Roth (Defiance) Repurpose & Redesign; Raylynn Miler (Tinora) Repurpose & Redesign; Lorelle Hetrick (Fairview) Interior Design Scenario; and Lena Bassett (Hicksville) Interior Design Scenario.

Money Raised
Four County Career Center’s Family, Career & Community Leaders of America members raised $550 for the Four County Suicide Prevention Coalition and the Mikayla Smith Memorial Scholarship. Their goal was to not only raise money but to spread awareness about suicide prevention and this important issue for students. Nina Hand (Edgerton) and Ricki Copenhaver (Fairview), both Hospitality Services students, helped to organize a “Jeans Day” for the Career Center staff and students to raise the money.