Advisors

Without capable adult leaders, students could not take advantage of the many opportunities offered through Family, Career and Community Leaders of America.  Being an effective adviser takes special skills and a tremendous commitment of time and energy.  Exceptional advisers motivate their chapters to take advantage of opportunities beyond the local level, use a wide variety of resources available to them and encourage student involvement.  These advisers also share their expertise by offering adviser workshops to work one-on-one with new advisers.

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America's Adviser Recognition Program seeks to reward outstanding local advisers--those who make significant contributions to the organization.  This recognition will attract attention from administrators and community members and call attention to the value of family and consumer sciences programs.

The Advisor Recognition Program recognizes advisers at two levels.  Click below on the program of your choice to learn more about the requirements, the criteria and to print an application.

Master Advisor - recognizes outstanding advisers who operate co-curricular chapters with a balanced program of work.

Advisor Mentor - recognizes advisers who have achieved the level of Master Advisor and have work with beginning advisers to orient them to Family, Career and Community Leaders of America.

Outstanding Advisor - this award is presented to the adviser nominated who best exemplifies the goals and ideas of the FCCLA organization. The members of North Dakota FCCLA will honor one outstanding local chapter adviser at the State Leadership Meeting. Advisers may be nominated by chapter officers and/or members, principals, superintendents, local directors or career and technical education, district advisor, chapter parents, other teachers, state adviser or advisory committee members.

Advisors Years of Service - every 5 years of serving as an advisor, years of service pins are awarded.

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