Vice President of Programs &
Community Service, Michaela Todd
Hey Washington! My name is Michaela Todd, and I’m a senior at Puyallup High School in Region 3. I’m excited to be your 2016-2017 Washington State Vice President of Programs and Community Service. FCCLA gives us a fantastically unique platform to better ourselves and our community through proactive action and confident advocacy. My hope is that this year I can prove to you that your reach has unlimited possibilities, and that with a bit of self-motivation, the support of your chapter and the rest of Washington you can achieve anything you put your mind to.
One of the many ways to forge that lasting impact is to participate in any of the seven FCCLA National Programs. These programs have been specially developed to aid you in tapping into your own impact and spreading knowledge of issues vital to FCCLA and our communities. Each program offers opportunities to strengthen your leadership skills, both individually, and as a chapter.
To help you get started, I’ve created informational brochures on each program, chock-full of details, facts pertaining to its topics, and ideas to begin you on your journey. These can all be found below in downloadable PDF format for you and your chapter to use. Also included is the link to a Prezi I’ve created that will further explain what’s involved in each one of the national programs and give you some starting points in drafting your project plan.
As always, please contact me with any questions you may have about national programs, the process of creating a project schedule, or the application process at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications for National Program Recognition are due to the national office MARCH 1ST
Get started on your application here: https://affiliation.registermychapter.com/fccla#
*At your Regional Meetings in the fall you will be challenged to play FCCLA Programs Jeopardy. The winning chapters from each region will be recognized at the State Leadership Conference and be awarded a prize for their programs knowledge! All the information you need to win can be found in the FCCLA National Program Brochures.*
Vice President of Programs & Community Service