Peer Education Recognition Opportunities
Each of the three Nebraska State Peer Education teams offer a wide variety of recognition opportunities. Through Family Leader, Community Leader, and Career Leader programming, chapters can be recognized for their outstanding efforts. Check out these chapter recognition opportunities related to each Team.
- The Nebraska FCCLA Family Leader Team, which focuses on STOP the Violence, will be recognizing October which is Domestic Violence Awareness month. Chapters are encouraged to address domestic violence and positive relationship skills in their chapters October 1-31.
- The Nebraska FCCLA Career Leader Team, which focuses on Career Connection, is celebrating National Career Development month, which is November. FCCLA chapters are encouraged to plan an activity that focuses on gaining career skills and knowledge and engaging with entrepreneurs in their community.
- The Nebraska FCCLA Community Leader Team, which focuses on Families Acting for Community Traffic Safety (FACTS) would like to encourage chapters in Nebraska to celebrate National Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month in December. Chapters can work the partners to raise awareness of the affects of drunk and drugged driving to help keep Nebraska roads safe.
These report forms are due before February 15, 2018. All chapters that complete the report form will be recognized at the Peer Education Retreat held in Kearney on February 25-26, 2018. For more information, contact any members of the respective teams.
Capture the Action
In addition to these recognition opportunities, chapters can apply with outstanding projects related to each of the three National Programs represented. STOP the Violence, Career Connection, and FACTS National Programs provide valuable peer education opportunities for students. These projects can take place at any point during the year. The top three projects in each National Program will be recognized at the Peer Education conference.
To complete a Capture the Action application, simply submit a picture and short description using the form provided. This is a great way to share the unique ideas that your chapter is incorporating as well as receiving recognition for those outstanding projects at the Peer Education Conference.
Career Connection Challenge
Career Connection guides young people to explore career pathways and skills for success in families, careers, and communities. By completing the Career Connection Challenge, you will expand your career education, job seeking, and job attaining skills to lead you to career success. All students who complete this project will be recognized at the Peer Education Conference on February 26, 2018. Applications should be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 1, 2018.