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Adult Award Applications 
Being an effective adviser takes special skills and a tremendous commitment of time and energy.  Exceptional advisers motivate their chapters to take advantage of opportunities beyond the local level, use a wide variety of resources available to them and encourage student involvement.  Family, Career and Community Leaders of America’s Adviser Recognition Program seeks to reward outstanding local advisers--those who make significant contributions to the organization. This recognition will attract attention from administrators and community members and call attention to the value of family and consumer sciences programs.

All Application Submissions: The best way to submit an application is through email. Type/scan/email all pages to the state facilitator with a cc to the current PA FCCLA Vice President of Recognition and the chapter adviser for that state officer.

· Nadine Standley, FCCLA Facilitator, nstandley@pa.gov
· 2016-2017 Vice President of Recognition is Mackenzie Rossi, mrossi@pafccla.org
· Mackenzie’s Adviser is Mrs. Sharon Baillie: sbaillie@pafccla.org
 

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f you cannot email the application, you may mail it to the state facilitator:

· Nadine Standley, FCCLA Facilitator
   PDE, BCT E, 11th Floor
   333 Market Street, Harrisburg, PA 17126

State Awards For Local Advisers:
1. PA FCCLA Adviser of the Year recognition is awarded to one adviser in each region annually. Students or other school personnel may nominate their adviser for this award. Application form and recommendations must be sent electronically as directed above or mailed to the state adviser by January 15th. (Application pdf is below.)

2. The Spirit of Advising Award recognizes chapter advisers who are constantly faithful, often quietly working behind the scenes to ensure the success of their students. They usually go above and beyond normal adviser practices. Advisers who have received this award within the last five years are not eligible. Nominations must be made by state adviser/state facilitator/ other FCCLA advisers and require three letters of recommendation. Deadline: January 15th. (Application pdf is below.) 

State Awards for Helpful Adults:
1. The Chapter Service Award is intended for an adult who has shown outstanding service to the local chapter. Does the candidate show outstanding service or support to the local FCCLA chapter through its chapter programs and projects? Are you able to write a summary to explain the candidate's contribution to your local chapter? 
Application Form and summary must be sent electronically as directed above or mailed to the state adviser by January 15th. (Application pdf is below.)

2. The State Service Award is intended for an adult who has shown outstanding service on both the local and state levels. Does the candidate show outstanding service to the ­local and state FCCLA organization? Does the candidate assist in state level programs and projects? Are you able to write a summary to explain the candidate’s contribution to your chapter and your state organization?
Application Form and summaries must be sent electronically as directed above or mailed to the state adviser by January 15th. (Application pdf is below.) 

3. Honorary Membership is intended for an adult who has shown outstanding service on the local, state, and national levels. Does the candidate show outstanding service to the local chapter and the state and national organizations? Does the candidate assist to the local, state and national level programs and projects? Are you able to write a summary to explain the candidate’s contribution to the FCCLA organization on the local, state and national levels? Application Form and summary must be sent electronically as directed above or mailed to the state adviser by January 15th. (Application pdf is below.)

National Awards For Local Advisers:
The National Adviser Recognition Program recognizes advisers at two levels.  Advisers qualifying for this recognition need to submit the Master Adviser Award or Adviser Mentor Award Application to the state facilitator as directed above by February 1st. 
1.  The Master Adviser Award recognizes advisers who have been successful in: advising an affiliated chapter for a minimum of three years, promoting the organization, operating an integrated chapter with a balanced program of work, facilitating youth-centered activities, and keeping abreast of new happenings within the organization. 
Click here for Master Adviser Award Application 
2.  The Adviser Mentor Award recognizes advisers who have been successful in: achieving Master Adviser Recognition, devoting two years to new adviser assistance, assuming adult leadership roles in FCCLA, conducting adviser workshops, attending training workshops, and using national and state FCCLA resources.
Click here for Adviser Mentor Award Application 



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