State Theme 2019-2020
- Travel into career pathways
- Unpack your skills for success
- Purchase your ticket toward new horizons
Building Leadership Skills
Minnesota Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a student leadership organization that focuses on youth, peer education and family. FCCLA empowers young women and men to be active leaders in their family, school and community by addressing important personal, family, work and societal issues.
FCCLA programs encourage teamwork, positive communications, healthy relationships, community involvement, financial management and career development.
Involvement in FCCLA helps youth develop skills that are necessary in the home and workplace such as planning, goal setting, problem solving, decision making and interpersonal communication.
Minnesota FCCLA is supported by student membership dues, events and program revenue, grants from state and private foundations and individual donations.
The Horizon is the official newspaper of MN FCCLA. It is published three times a year and is distributed to affiliated members.
The Minnesota Adviser is a newsletter for all affiliated chapter advisers.
Teen Times is a national Family, Career and Community Leaders of America publication that is distributed quarterly during the school year to affiliated members.
Both state and national organizations publish a variety of resources. The Minnesota FCCLA supply service provides emblematic materials, member items, recognition items and handbooks.