“Everything is Awesome- When You’re Part of a Team”!
FCCLA Leadership Camp is coming – Deadline for registration is June 1. Why do we have a leadership camp? It has been a traditional event of MN FCCLA for years.
At MN FCCLA Leadership Camp- Youth can….
Become more confident and experience increased self esteem. (96% of eighth grade males fell more confident In achieving. MN FCCLA survey 2014)
Develop more social skills. (5 of 6 grades surveyed said that FCCLA has helped them with public speaking skills. MN FCCLA survey 2014)
Grow more independent and show more leadership. (81% of eighth grade boys said that FCCLA has helped them to set priorities.) MN FCCLA survey 2015
Become more adventurous and willing to try new things. MN FCCLA had 62 different STAR Events to try last year and many national programs.
At Camp: MN FCCLA teen Leaders plan, develop and carry out assigned sessions. They lead groups to various activities. They talk about how to be a positive role model at their school.
At Camp: MN FCCLA youth and adults rotate into a variety of small and large group sessions teaching about various topics. Key note speakers present educational topics and answer questions.
At Camp: MN FCCLA youth are taught various skills such as organizing a presentation, planning, time management, speaking and working in teams.
At Camp: MN FCCLA youth learn things that will be useful in the future. Some of these include:
-Communications-The exchange of thoughts, information, or messages between individuals using speech, writing, gestures, and artistic expressions.
-Accepting Differences-To recognize and welcome factors that separate or distinguish one person from one another
-Positive Identity- Valuing oneself, pride in oneself, understanding ones abilities strengths and limitations; realistic assessments.
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