State Service Project
The State Service Project is a statewide community service activity that gives our chapters the opportunity to make a united impact concerning a need that the State Officers decides to address. Participation from FCCLA members is optional. When chapter choose to participate, each member works in their communities to give service and make a impact. The goal of this project is to have each student get actively involved in making a difference by uniting together with the State Service Project. FCCLA wants members to see and know first hand that even a small effort made by many can have a huge and positive impact on others.
2017-18 State Service Project
Literacy is the ability to read, view, write, design, speak and listen in a way that allows you to communicate effectively. The power of literacy lies not just in the ability to read and write, but rather in a person’s capacity to apply these skills to effectively connect, interpret and discern the intricacies of the world in which they live. Colorado FCCLA is asking chapters to focus on literacy and encourage chapters and members to read to others, construct neighborhood libraries, or collect books to donate to help spread literacy in Colorado.