Presentation on theme: "MONTANA FCCLA 2013-2014 Involvement in FCCLA’s Competitive Events programs offers members the opportunity to expand their leadership potential and develop."— Presentation transcript:
1MONTANA FCCLAInvolvement in FCCLA’s Competitive Events programs offers members the opportunity to expand their leadership potential and develop skills for life necessary in families, communities, and workplaces. Members can demonstrate family and consumer sciences skills, career skills, and interpersonal skills through the following competitive events.
2The Four Categories of FCCLA Competitive Events Skill Demonstration Events (Clusters)STAR EventsFCS KnowledgeBowl (Clusters)FCCLA ContestsThe Four Categories of FCCLA Competitive EventsCompetitive events is the umbrella for all competitions in FCCLA. Under the umbrella are 4 separate areas of competition: 1. Skill Demonstration Events 2. STAR Events 3. Family & Consumer Sciences Knowledge Bowl and 4. FCCLA National contests. We will look at each of these areas and what is found in them.
3Foundational Leadership Career Preparation Online Events Star Events is one of the categories under competitive events. it is broken up into another four categories: Foundational, Leadership, Career Preparation and Online.
4Foundational Events Career Investigation Focus on Children Interpersonal CommunicationsJob InterviewEntrepreneurship(not offered in MT this year)LeadershipEnvironmental AmbassadorLife Event PlanningFocus on ChildrenNutrition & WellnessIllustrated TalkParliamentary ProcedureRecycle & RedesignOne of the categories is Foundational Events. Foundational events include: List eventsThe Events in red are NOT offered this year, but they will be offered next year. The Events in the light gray font ARE available this year, but will NOT be available next year.The rotation of events allows for more variety. As a competitor though, you must be aware that some events are not offered EVERY year and plan accordingly.
5Leadership Events Advocacy Chapter Service Project Display Chapter Service Project Portfolio– (not offered in MT this year)Chapter in Review Display– (not offered in MT this year)Chapter in Review PortfolioNational Programs in ActionPromote and Publicize FCCLA– (not offered in MT this year)The second category is Leadership Events which include: List events
6Career Preparation Events NEW!Applied Math for Culinary ManagementCulinary ArtsEarly Childhood Education - (Not offered in MT this year)Fashion Construction - (Not offered in MT this year)Fashion DesignFood InnovationsHospitality, Tourism & RecreationInterior Design- (Not offered in MT this year)Sports Nutrition - (Not offered in MT this year)Teach & Train- (Not offered in MT this year)And the last category is Career Preparation. The events include: list eventsTwo new Career Preparation events are Applied Math for Culinary Management and Sports Nutrition! YAY!NEW!
7Online STAR Events Chapter Website Digital Stories for Change No Kid Hungry National Outreach ProjectVirtual PosterNEW!Online STAR Events include: (list events)
8Online STAR EventsPhase I – Chapters submit online entries to be evaluated by professionals across the countryPhase II – Top participants in each event will be invited to compete at the National Leadership ConferencePhase III – An in-person, oral presentation component is addedThere are three Phases to this event.
9FCSKnowledge BowlFCS knowledge bowl is another competitive event where students answer questions based on Family & Consumer Sciences and FCCLA facts. Teams consist of five members. This is a great opportunity for students to get involved. To qualify you must compete at Clusters for a chance to go to Nationals in San Antonio, TX.
10Family and Consumer Sciences Knowledge Bowl (@ Clusters) Level 1Individual/ Chapter General Knowledge (at NCM)Team Knowledge/ Individual Strengths (at NCM)Level 2Single Elimination (at NCM)Level 3Pool Play and Finals (at NLC)There are many levels of FACS knowledge bowl. The first level is a individual level or chapter general knowledge that is then followed by the team knowledge and individual strengths. The second level consists of a single elimination round and the third level is pool play and finals.
11Knowledge Bowl Topics Family, Career, & Community Studies Early Childhood & Human DevelopmentFood Sciences, Dietetics, & NutritionHospitality, Tourism, & RecreationFashion & Housing DesignFCCLA KnowledgeThe topics covered in the Knowledge Bowl include: (list topics).
12Knowledge Bowl vs. Montana Knowledge Quest Level 1 starts at the National Cluster Meeting and Level 3 ends at the National Leadership Conference.MT Knowledge QuestStarts at the District meeting and ends at the State Leadership Conference.New this year – Chapter teams!Now don’t get Knowledge bowl confused with knowledge quest.NLCSLC(states not to scale :) )
13Skill Demonstration Events Skill Demonstration Events are also part of Competitive Events Category. These events provide opportunities for members to demonstrate college and career-ready skills in Family and Consumer Sciences and related occupations. Competition takes place at National Cluster Meetings.
14Skill Demonstration Events 2013-14 (Only @ Clusters) Culinary Chicken FabricationCulinary Food ArtCulinary Knife SkillsCulinary Math ChallengeConsumer Math ChallengeFCCLA Creed Speaking & InterpretationImpromptu SpeakingSpeak Out for FCCLAToys that TeachNEW!NEW!ThREENEW!The skill demonstration events include: List Events. These Events are available at National Cluster Meetings.NEW!
15ContestsThe national contests are the last category under competitive events. For the past few years students have been able to compete in contests in which they can get recognized at Nationals. FCCLA contests allow students to use creativity to express their FCCLA spirit.
162012-2013 (Last Year’s) National Contests New Contests will be announced!(Last Year’s) National ContestsOtis SpunkmeyerO-riginal Recipe ContestFCCLA Week Poster Design ContestThe national contest(s) include a FCCLA Week poster design contest, For more information go onto the national website atGo to:for rules and more information.New Contests will be posted there.Get involved – it always makes things more FUN!
17New State Contest! State Leadership Poster Contest Prizes for top entry!!Rules on MT FCCLA websitePosters DueDec. 15thEnter online!The national contest(s) include a FCCLA Week poster design contest, For more information go onto the national website at
18Let the community know what you did! Press releases are available on the national FCCLA website.Go to:Or click on the FCCLA logo and open the hyperlink
19REMEMBER>>> Competitive Events help you better understandyour familyyour communityyour careerand YOURSELF!You can compete in two STAR events if chosenone partner and one solo, including online STAR eventsYOU CAN DO IT!!WE BELIEVE IN YOU.Involvement in FCCLA’s Competitive Events programs offers members the opportunity to expand their leadership potential and develop skills for life necessary in families, communities, and workplaces. Members can demonstrate family and consumer sciences skills, career skills, and interpersonal skills through the following competitive events.
20Check it out and get involved! Thanksfor listening!Check it out and get involved!Involvement in FCCLA’s Competitive Events programs offers members the opportunity to expand their leadership potential and develop skills for life necessary in families, communities, and workplaces. Members can demonstrate family and consumer sciences skills, career skills, and interpersonal skills through the following competitive events.Made by your current State Officer of Competitive Events, Ellen Guyer