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Career and Technical Education (CTE) | Family & Consumer Sciences


February 4th, 2020 | 2 min. read

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February is national CTE month, and our team at iCEV could not be more excited for an entire month dedicated to spreading awareness about the value of CTE. In conjunction with CTE month, this week, we are celebrating FCCLA Week. Read this blog to learn more about FCCLA and discover some fun facts about the organization.

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a national CTSO for students in family and consumer sciences (FCS) courses. FCCLA gives students a chance to pursue intra-curricular activities designed to prepare them for future careers. Since its formation in 1945, FCCLA has been providing students with the tools to make a difference in their families, careers and communities by addressing vital personal, work and societal issues through FCS education.


Did you know…

Each year, FCCLA has more than 175,000 members.


There are more than 5,300 FCCLA chapters across the country.


Throughout the U.S., more than 6,800 educators fill the role of FCS advisors.


FCCLA events host more than 10,900 attendees each year.


More than 4,500 members compete at FCCLA competitive events annually.


Each year, FCCLA student-led projects and community service activities benefit more than 15 million people across the country.


FCCLA awards more than $2 million in scholarships and awards annually.


90% of FCCLA members have a 3.0 GPA or higher.


71% of FCCLA members take advanced courses, such as AP and dual credit classes.


54% of FCS teachers say FCCLA makes teaching more meaningful and more engaging for their students.


Thanks to FCCLA, students across the country are gaining valuable skills and experiences that will continue to benefit them throughout their lives. During FCCLA week, we celebrate the accomplishments of FCCLA members and look forward to the exciting future for the organization. To learn more about FFCLA, visit their website.

Throughout the month, we will be highlighting the different aspects and benefits of CTE across all of the iCEV media and communication channels. Are you interested in participating in CTE Month? Follow the iCEV social media pages and subscribe to our blog to remain up-to-date with all of the CTE Month content. You can also visit the CTE Month page on the iCEV website to access free resources, including social media graphics, videos, blog posts, case studies and more.