This new program was a free resource to chapters affiliating by November 1, 2020. Check with the national FCCLA staff for details.
The FCCLA Stand Up national peer education program guides members to develop, plan, carry out, and evaluate advocacy activities to improve the quality of life in their communities. Members develop their voice to make a positive impact. Through their projects, members experience character development and improve their critical and creative thinking, interpersonal communication, leadership, practical knowledge, and career preparation.
Stand Up Units
• Assess current needs
• Educate others regarding concerns
• Advocate so that they can make a difference now and in the future
National Awards: Top Middle School – $ 1,000; Top High School – $1,000; Runner-Up Award – $500
Click the button below to link to the national FCCLA Web site section with additional information on the program awards application process.
Awards from Virginia FCCLA
The Virginia Association recognizes those chapters who submit the complete program award application online to national FCCLA by their March 1 deadline. Names of the submitting chapters are printed in the state conference program, appear on the screens during a conference general session, receive a program ribbon for their conference name badges, and receive a program award certificate. Click the button below to open an MSWord document with instructions and information on Virginia’s program award process.
Direct questions about Virginia’s recognition for national programs participation to Deborah Will at debbiewillFCCLA@comcast.net.
Warren County Middle School – 2019 National STOP The Violence Middle School Winner
2021 Virginia Award Winners in Stand Up
|Eastern View High School|
Grayson County CATE Center
James Wood High School
Page County High School
Peter Muhlenberg Middle School
Rockbridge County High School
|Rye Cove High School|
South County Middle School
Stonewall Jackson High School – Shenandoah
Stuarts Draft Middle School
Wilson Middle School