Robert Van Dyke
National Programs give members the ultimate leadership experience through peer education projects and activities by:
Enriching learning and improve self-esteem
Involving all FACS students, thereby serving youth with a wide range of abilities and background
Increasing opportunities for applied learning to make connections between classroom and everyday living
Teaching members how to think critically, effectively problem solve, and encourage civic engagement
Providing opportunities for career exploration and future planning
Learn how to explore career pathways and skills for success in families, careers, and communities.
Discover how you can strengthen family relationships through FCCLA’s national peer education program, Families First.
Take Action in your community and discover the difference you can make.
Empower youth with attitudes, skills, and resources to recognize, report, and reduce youth violence.
Put the brakes on impaired driving and traffic crashes. Through peer education help your friends arrive alive and lower the number one cause of death for youth in America.
Manage your money! Use this program to help you make, save, and spend your money wisely to be financially fit.
Give yourself the power to make a positive change in your families, careers, and communities, one goal at a time.
The Healthy You, The Fit You, The Real You, and The Resilient You.