Meet your 2019-20 State Officers
From left to right: State Vice President Jesika Kendall, Pleasant Valley High School, State Secretary Diane Chen, Rowland High School, State Treasurer Sophia Htay, Rowland High School, State President Lydon Olivares, Kern Valley High School, State Reporter Kacey Le, Wilcox High School, State Historian Deanna Murillo, Central High School
FCCLA focuses on developing career and leadership skills for members to be successful in home, community and work life.
California FCCLA is the pre-professional organization for secondary students enrolled in Family and Consumer Sciences programs in grades 6-12.
Students are able to sharpen their personal leadership and career skills by participating as members and officers in competitive recognition events, leadership development activities, and community service projects. The California FCCLA is sponsored by Family and Consumer Sciences Programs, California Department of Education.
CA FCCLA State Leadership Conference Results
2019 State Leadership Conference Highlights Video
Capitol Leadership Experience in Sacramento
34 FCCLA members representing all seven regions in California participated in the Capitol Leadership Experience in Sacramento on February 10–12 at the California Department of Education. In addition to observing Senate and Assembly committee hearings and floor sessions, they met with state legislators and staff to discuss the importance of Family and Consumer Sciences education and FCCLA. Members learned about their role in the legislative process, participated in mock legislative committee hearings where they discussed FCS related bills, and developed their communication, leadership, and teamwork skills.