Award Opportunities

Chapter Incentive Program 

In an effort to increase CTSO enrollment and ensure equity access to all students and advisors, the New Mexico Career Technical Leadership Project (NM CTLP) has restructured the Chapter Incentive Program. Only high school chapters affiliated with the CTLP project are eligible to participate in the incentive program (limit of one application per organization within a school). In order to receive funding, a chapter will submit a complete application with supporting documents by December 5th. (No late or incomplete applications will be accepted)

Chapter of the Year Award

NM FCCLA will be awarding the NMAA Champion Banner to the school that receives the most points on the Chapter of the Year application. The winning chapter will receive the NMAA FCCLA Champion Banner for 2019, recognition on the NMAA site, social media sites and NM FCCLA website. All NM FCCLA Chapters are eligible to participate.

Pin Design Contest

At the FCCLA National Conference, students from across the nation trade lapel pins in order to promote camaraderie between the state delegations and highlight their state’s uniqueness.   Open to all active FCCLA members in the state, students have the opportunity to design the trading pin for NM FCCLA.  The winning design will receive recognition in the NM FCCLA State Leadership Conference program, a certificate and a prize to be given during the State Leadership Conference opening session.

Educated Advisor Award

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) recognizes the accomplishments of a current chapter adviser of FCCLA who has gone above and beyond the in their professional development activities and participation throughout the school year. Use the Educated Adviser Credit Verification form to keep track of CEU/PDU hours for verification and qualification.
Deadline: February 1

Master Advisor

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.
Deadline: Nominations to State Office are due February 1

Scholarships

  • “Good Stuff” Leadership Scholarship – Open to any graduating senior regardless of intended major field study
  • FCCLA Alumni Scholarship – Open to graduating senior majoring in Family & Consumer Science
  • Scholarship Application  Form