FCCLA Students Earn Honors at State Event

FCCLA Students Earn Honors at State Event
Posted on 04/13/2023
Members of the HHS FCCLA Club4/13/2023 - Recently, students in Howell High School's Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) club attended the Michigan FCCLA State Leadership Conference. While at the conference, four students took part in the Students Taking Action for Recognition (STAR) competitive events, with each student earning a silver medal in the category. The students also advanced to the National FCCLA STAR event, which will be held this summer in Colorado. Advancing to the national competition are Elaina Pennell in the Interior Design category, Atlas Mitchell in the Chapter Service Project category, Lorelei Miller in the Focus on Children category, and Aubrey Stevens in Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation category.

The Howell FCCLA club earned several awards and recognitions at the conference, including the Gimme 5! Award for increased membership, Community Service Activity: Career Connection Gold Medal, The 5 Star Chapter Award. To students, Andy Brinker and Sorrin Looney were also recognized for their work in the Power of One program, which helps students develop various character strengths. Additionally, Michigan FCCLA members elected Looney to serve on the State Executive Council as the First Vice President.

Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America is unique among youth organizations because its programs are planned and run by members. FCCLA is a co-curricular organization designed to be integrated into the classroom to develop 21st-century leadership and career readiness. Participation in national programs and chapter activities helps members become strong leaders in their families, careers, and communities.

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