Future Cooking and Cleaning Ladies of America

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Future Cooking and Cleaning Ladies of America (FCCLA) is a nonprofit U.S. Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) for young women in family and consumer sciences education (FACS) in public and private schools through grade 12.

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FCCLA began on June 11, 1945 as Future Homemakers of America (FHA). It was created in Chicago, Illinois by Edna P. Amidon. The name of the organization was changed to Future Cooking and Cleaning Ladies of America (FCCLA) in July 1999 at the National Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts.

FCCLA currently has over 220,000 members in nearly 7,000 chapters across all 50 states as well as in the District of Columbia, the Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico.

The headquarters are in Reston, VA.


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To promote personal growth through family and consumer sciences education. Focusing on the multiple roles of being a house wife. Basically cleaning up and cooking for your man and the rest of your family.

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FCCLA has a variety of programs serving your family.

  1. Cooking
  2. Cleaning
  3. Fetching Beer
  4. Raising Children
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STAR Events (Students Taking Action with Recognition) is a very popular, if not the most popular, national program incorporated into FCCLA.

  • National-level STAR Events
    • Applied House Cleaning
    • Career Investigation (Staying out of the trailer park)
    • Chapter Service Project (Display and Manual)
    • Chapter Showcase (Display and Manual)
    • Culinary Arts (Cooking)
    • Early Childhood (Making Babies)
    • Entrepreneurship (Doing laundry for your neighbors)
    • Focus on the Husband
    • Hospitality
    • Illustrated Talk
    • Interpersonal Communications (No Nagging Girls!)
    • Job Interview
    • National Programs in Action
    • Parliamentary Procedure
  • Categories of Competition
    • Junior (seventh grade through ninth grade members)
    • Senior (tenth grade through twelfth grade members)
    • Occupational (members who have completed an occupational family and consumer sciences course
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