FCCLA Peer Education

Leadership Training

Become a certified FCCLA Peer Educator

The five areas to be addressed are:

STOP the Violence –Students Taking on Prevention - a peer-to-peer outreach initiative that empowers young people to recognize, report and reduce the potential for youth violence; Fraud/Financial Education – teaching peers to be more aware of deceptive practices in the marketplace and how to financially prepare for their future; Civic Engagement-teaching peers the importance o being involved in the community and the value of being a registered voter; Student Body – helping fight the epidemic of obesity in our state and addressing Teen Safe Driving and Families Acting for Community Traffic Safety-support safe driving amongst teens.

FCCLA Peer Education

Saturday, Sep. 15th 2012 at 1pm to Sunday, Sep. 16th 2012 at 6pm

400 North Olive Street

Dallas, TX

Chapter Peer Education

Teams will be

  • provided in-depth information on the topic of the student’s choice
  • provided career opportunities available to members
  • taught presentation skills
  • taught or re-taught the FCCLA planning process
  • forming plans for local training and community service/service learning projects
  • practicing training skills
  • learning evaluation skills
  • learning the reporting method that must be made to the state FCCLA office

So How Can I Attend?

The first 8 students that join FCCLA, bring their $25 dues and return their permission slip for the training will be able to go. (The Peer Education Training only accepts a limited number of students. It is filled on a first come first served basis.)
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