Power of One

Members set goals for themselves and work to achieve these goals with fun self-directed projects in five units:
• A Better You
• Family Ties
• Working on Working
• Take the Lead
• Speak Out for FCCLA

The Power of One program was newly revised for the 2019-20 school year. Information for advisers is available from national FCCLA through the adviser portal.

To access Power of One:
• Log into the Portal
• Click on the Resources Tab
• Click on Programs/Partnerships

The updated Power of One national program features lesson plans for each unit, an introductory PowerPoint and PowerPoint for each unit, five units of updated ideas and information, and a new submission process to make the awards process easier.

The new guide contains a fillable submission form you can save on your computer. These forms will be attached in the portal when submitting names for national and state recognition!

Power of One is a great way to kick off the school year with FCCLA in your classroom!

Contact national FCCLA if you have questions: Beth Carpenter

At the state level, members who complete all five units in Power of One, with the adviser completing the online recognition procedures by March 1, will receive a Power of One completer pin during the State Leadership & Recognition Conference. Names will also be shown on screen during a conference general session.

For questions related to the Virginia award process contact Deborah Will at debbiewillFCCLA@comcast.net

2021-2022 Five-Unit Power of One Completers

Eastern View High School

Kendall Richtarski

James Wood High School

Dylan Sejas

Norfolk Technical Center A-Day

Kathleen Dunn
Soleil Harris
Za’toyra Parker
Angel Weatherspoon
Rikki Wilkins

Page County High School

Mason HilliardEthan Lucas

Page County Middle School

Joseph Miller

South County Middle School

Alanna Jones
Megan Jones
Charlotte Lemley
Savannah Simmons

Stuarts Draft Middle School

Rylee Layne