Do you or your students in a Family and Consumer Sciences course need a great way to join FCCLA? The Unite Tour can help you do just that! The Unite Tour is a time for State Officers to visit your school and help your recruit more members and spread the word about FCCLA.
Each stop on the unite tour is scheduled for one hour to 90 minutes in length. The Oklahoma FCCLA State Officers will come prepared with a presentation and activities that will last around 15-20 minutes to help share the benefits and experiences students will receive from joining FCCLA. The remainder of the time can be used for special program requests, Q & A's, tours, meal functions, photographs, recreational activities, etc.
Unite Tour signups go live October 1st and the deadline to sign up is December 1st. While we’d love to see every chapter, we can’t make it to every one, so don’t delay in signing up!
We can’t wait to visit you in 2024!
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The FCCLA State Officers will divide into teams to visit local FCCLA chapters from early morning until late evening. Each stop is scheduled for 1 hour to 1.5 hours in length. The visit includes a 20 minutes presentation by the State Officers and the rest of the time can be used for specific program requests, question and answers, tours of the facility, meal functions, photographs, etc.
If your chapter would like to be considered for the 2024 Unite Tour, please fill out the form above to be added to the list!
Following the deadline, State Staff will work to assign State Officer teams and locations. Unfortunately, it will not be possible to visit every chapter on the list. A letter and detailed schedule will be sent to each chapter selected for the Unite Tour. The Tour schedule will also be posted here on the website.
A state officer will contact the local chapter of each chapter selected for a visit. This is the adviser's chance to give the details of the visit, including: who and how many students will attend? Where should State Officer check-in to school? Will there be school administrators, press, and special guests in attendance? Are there specific content areas you want covered? Will members have prepared questions?