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Are you a Follower?

Are you a follower? Well, you are all obviously leaders, but are you following us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook? Social media is a major way to keep up with what is going on in Nebraska FCCLA.   Twitter has lots of opportunities for you to pursue. Once a month, you have the opportunity to […]

The NEW Student Body

This summer at the National Leadership Conference in Washington D.C., National FCCLA rolled out some very exciting new changes to the Student Body program. These changes go along perfectly with the slogan Together We Are… Healthy! The Student Body national program now consists of four units instead of three.  The new units are: The Healthy […]

Christmas Shopping Begins!

Happy end of August Nebraska FCCLA! August is an awesome month! Well, maybe not for the start of school, but for the start of FCCLA, I am saying “YES!” A lot of fun and exciting information has been released over the month of August. Strategic plan 2020, August Red Leader, the very handy, dandy Red […]

Dress Code Updates

Note:  After reviewing the comments from the State Leadership Conference, there were many requests that the Board consider working to make the dress code more specific.  After considering this as a State Officer Team, we presented changes to the Board and the Board approved the following changes on July 20, 2015. Conferences and meetings are […]

Be Ready DC!

Washington D.C. is one of the most symbolic places in the U.S. For many it represents freedom and liberty.  For others it is simply a place that they call home. For FCCLA however, Washington D.C. represents leadership.   Washington D.C. is the center of leadership where representatives from across the country meet and discuss our […]

FCCLA 365 Mobile App

What is black and white and red all over? It’s not the newspaper, its the new FCCLA 365 Mobile App. This new technology allows members to receive notifications with updates from Nationals, information, and resources. It also allows members to access publications like the Teen Times magazines, various newsletters, and national conference guides including the […]