Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a Career and Technical Student Organization that functions as an integral part of the Family and Consumer Sciences education curriculum and operates within the school system. Since 1945, FCCLA members have been making a difference in families, careers, and communities by addressing important personal, work, and societal issues. Through participation in Competitive Events, becoming involved in community service opportunities, student leadership, and attending leadership conferences, members develop real world skills, explore Career Pathways, and become college- and career-ready.
Citizens Caring for Children serves the needs of Oklahoma children living in foster care, the most vulnerable children in the state, by providing clothing, personal hygiene items, resources and continued support focused on education to build a brighter tomorrow.
Citizens Caring for Children is excited to partner with Oklahoma FCCLA as the State Outreach Project for 2022-23!
2022-23 Citizens Caring for Children W-9
The goal of Oklahoma Challenge is to increase teen traffic safety in Oklahoma. When young people are better drivers (& passengers) there are fewer injuries and deaths on our roads. Decreasing distracted driving and increasing seatbelt use are our primary goals.
Oklahoma FCCLA is making a difference by helping bring awareness to traffic safety and end distracted driving.
Go For the Red and share your positive FCCLA experience with your friends! Go For the Red, FCCLA’s annual membership campaign, provides incentives for members and chapters working to increase membership. Go For the Red empowers students to recruit, retain, and recognize members. Get started with a few of these great ideas!
Visit the Surveys/Applications tab in the FCCLA Portal to apply
Impact hours reflect the community service your FCCLA members complete each month. This could be in the form of volunteering, contributing items, or raising funds.
These hours allows Oklahoma CareerTech to report on the impact being made across the state by FCCLA members.