Join more than 237,000 middle and high school student members from over 5,100 chapters across the nation. FCCLA’s Ultimate Leadership Experience promotes personal and professional growth while equiping members with real-world skills through Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) education. FCCLA prepares members for careers through its four Career Pathways: Human Services, Hospitality and Tourism, Education and Training, and Visual Arts and Design.
FCCLA members will strengthen skills, forge friendships, and make a positive difference in today’s world by participating in Competitive Events, serving in leadership positions, attending conferences and events, networking with youth leaders, and attaining essential college- and career-ready skills.
MN FCCLA Affiliation Packages
Chapter Affiliation is an important step in joining FCCLA. Chapters must affiliate by October 31 – this means National FCCLA must receive your money by this date. In order to receive access to the resources in the FCCLA portal – Competitive Events Manual and programs like Families First, you must be affiliated. Students must be on the roster for an affiliated chapter before competing in STAR Events.
Regular FCCLA Chapter (Any Grade)
- Membership dues per member are a total of $20.00. (State=$11 and National=$9.00)
- A minimum chapter is 12 members or $240
- A great option for smaller chapters with high school members
- $1,550 total (State=$775 and National =$775)
- Membership for an Unlimited Amount of Members
- Unlimited Adviser Affiliated
- 1 Free Adviser Academy Registration
- 1 Free National Program
- 1 Free Lifetime National Alumni & Associates Membership for the Advisor
- A fantastic option for larger chapters and fully integrated FCS classrooms
FCCLA Middle-level chapter (Middle-Level Grades)
- This is an unlimited membership package for grades 9 and below only
- Membership dues are $400 total (State=$150 and National=$250)
- An ideal option for fully integrated FCCLA into middle school classrooms
- Financially advantageous for middle schools with 34 or more students
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