Conference Information will be available
on the national website after January.
Registration and Housing opens on March 1, 2017.
NATIONAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE MANDATORY DRESS CODE
Approved by FCCLA’s Board of Directors, July 2011, Updated 2015
The National Leadership Conference is an excellent opportunity for members to convey to others the positive and professional image of FCCLA. Members’ behavior in the hotels and throughout the National Leadership Conference is the only image others in the hotel and host city may ever have of our organization. Student conduct and dress should contribute to the positive and professional image of FCCLA. The FCCLA official blazer is always appropriate and strongly encouraged. Advisers and chaperones are responsible for enforcing the dress policy with their students. Delegates and guests not adhering to the dress policy will not be admitted into sessions.
For specific information in regards to the Mandatory Dress Code, please click here.
Thank you for your cooperation and support in putting forth a positive image of FCCLA throughout the National Leadership Conference!
Information about NLC
NLC delegates not staying at one of the official conference hotels may not participate in National STAR Events or be eligible to be elected to a national office. Delegates who live more than 30 miles from the convention site and do not stay in one of the official meeting hotels will be assessed a meeting room fee of $25 each in order to register for the meeting.
STAR Events Volunteers
Permission Form, Rules and Regulations
Adviser Act 48
Estimated Expense of NLC
State Meetings are usually held at NLC to share information and create friendships between chapters. Meeting times and locations are announced prior to NLC through email.
We are proud of our past FCCLA National Officers from the Pennsylvania Association:
2014-2015 - Jared Gustafson - VP of Parliamentary Law
1998-1999 - Jared Stahler - VP of Peer Education
1997-1998 - Anne Hardy - VP of Peer Education
1995-1996 - Kate Lewis
1974-1975 - Kim Seebold Sawyer
1972-1973 - Connie Fritz - VP of Public Relations
1970-1971 - Ruth Ann Hockenbroch Apple - President
1967-1968 - Sylvia Bachman Graver - Reporter
1952-1953 - Miriam Mabel Good Kerr - Treasurer