Stay Involved with Washington FCCLA

Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America is proud to have an outstanding network of Alumni and Associates who continue to impact this organization’s membership in a positive and influential way. We are composed of former FCCLA, FHA/HERO members, and family and consumer sciences professionals who wish to continue their participation and give back to the organization after high school or college as well as, business or marketing professionals who are interested in helping to develop the next generation of family, career, and community leaders.

Join the National Alumni and Associates

Help with the State Leadership Conference

Join the Board of Directors

The Top Ten Reasons to Get Connected

  1. See where the ultimate leadership experience has taken FCCLA alumni.
  2. Communicate with former members of FCCLA, FHA, HERO, NHA, as well as business and industry associates.
  3. Re-connect with friends you met at state meetings.
  4. Share personal and professional experiences.
  5. Gain access to current FCCLA news and resources.
  6. Explore opportunities for national recognition.
  7. Continue to make a difference for Washington State members through donating in various ways.
  8. Volunteer on the local, state, and national levels.
  9. Demonstrate your support for the only in-school student organization with family as its central focus.
  10. Be inspired by others who value the importance of families, careers, and communities.

Volunteer at the State Leadership Conference

Volunteer your time and join us at the Washington FCCLA State Leadership Conference!

WA-FCCLA Board of Directors

The purpose of the Board of Directors is to draw on the strengths and talents of others that support the organization.

Board members shall promote interest and active participation in the organization on the part of the membership and representative groups.  This board will be the legal governing body of the Washington Family, Career and Community Leaders of America.  The primary functions of the Board shall be to set policy relating to program and fiscal matters and to be responsible for sound management.  The State Adviser, executive director, and the family and consumer sciences program supervisor shall be the administrators of the organization (referred to as the FCCLA Executive Committee). The Board receives and acts upon the recommendations of the FCCLA Executive Committee, relative to the management of program and fiscal matters.

The alumnus on the Board of Directors serves a 2 year term and will include a minimum of three annual Board meetings and assigned committee service.  We plan to have at least one of these meetings electronically.   Members are stronglyencouraged to attend the State Leadership Conference.  Board members shall be expected to attend all regular and special meetings of the Board, and to serve on committees as assigned.  Board members shall demonstrate an active interest in family and consumer sciences education and in FCCLA’s mission, goals, programs, and activities.

Join Us at our State Leadership Conference