Benefits of Being in Idaho FCCLA
Idaho FCCLA offers members opportunities to discover their potential. There are many ways to be a member and involved including programs, projects, volunteering, and partnerships.
Any student who has taken a course in Family and Consumer Sciences, or as determined by the state Department of Education, middle school through grade 12 is eligible for active membership in an organized FCCLA chapter within their school. Once the state and national dues are paid, the student will be an official affiliated member. Teachers can join FCCLA too! Teachers certified to teach Family and Consumer Sciences education, or as determined by the state Department of Education, can serve as the FCCLA chapter Adviser.
Chapter affiliation is an important step in joining FCCLA. Chapters must affiliate by November 1st this year to continue to receive access to the resources in the FCCLA portal
Participate as a Collegiate Member
Participate as a Sponsor or Alumni Member
National FCCLA has made several updates to the FCCLA portal, including introducing the new student portal! Students will now be able to log into their own portal and do the following:
Apply for program awards as an individual or team
Apply for scholarships
Complete the online project summary form
View and print their My Journey FCCLA transcript
Print their membership cards
Transfer to a new chapter if they are not already submitted for affiliation
Graduate themselves to Alumni & Associates (A&A) to continue their FCCLA involvement
Check their affiliation status
View membership resources
go for the red awards
You could win an award when you Go For the Red! Awards are presented each year to individuals and chapters who have excelled in their recruitment efforts.
Individuals who recruit 3 or more members can apply for the individual award. All participants that meet the qualifications and deadline will be entered into a drawing for one of several prizes. Five awardees will be picked at random from those that qualify. All awardees will be provided with an electronic certificate of achievement.
Chapters that increase their members by 10 (bronze), 15 (silver), or 20 (gold) members from the previous year can apply for the chapter award. All participants that meet the qualifications and deadline will be entered into a raffle for a chance to win one of three $200 cash prizes. All chapter awardees will also be provided with an electronic certificate of achievement.
Applications are submitted electronically through the FCCLA portal (Surveys/Applications tab) Due by April 1st