an individual event, showcases the best of FCCLA members' knife skills. Participants will safely fabricate a chicken into eight pieces, meeting industry standards, while demonstrating proper safety and sanitation procedures. Participants must be or have been enrolled in a culinary program.
an individual event, recognizes FCCLA members who demonstrate the ability to creatively use a variety of food ingredients and materials to prepare and display a showpiece. The Creative Showpiece competition is designed to highlight the creativity and artistry skills of the culinary arts versus cookery. Participants must be or have been enrolled in a culinary program.
an individual event, recognizes members for their ability to recite the FCCLA creed and interpret it within the context of their personal philosophy. This event provides an opportunity for members to gain self-confidence in public speaking while learning the values and philosophy expressed by the organization in which they hold membership.
an individual or team event, recognizes participants who demonstrate their ability to use knowledge and skills to video a food demonstration with a science spin.
an individual or partner event, recognizes participants who demonstrate their ability to use knowledge and skills gained from their enrollment in an Early Childhood Education or Teaching as a Profession course. Participants must prepare a video that tells a story about a Georgia Performance Standard.
recognizes FCCLA members who demonstrate their ability to use knowledge and skills to video a fact-based investigation to solve a food-science mystery.
an individual event, showcases FCCLA member knowledge of knife skills and cuts, knife cut identification and knife skills demonstration. Participants must be or have been enrolled in a culinary program.
An individual event, Power of One helps students find and use their personal power. Members set their own goals, work to achieve them and enjoy the results. The skills members learn in Power of One help them now and in the future in school, with friends and family. Project Page
an individual event recognizing members for their knowledge of FCCLA and Georgia FCCLA. Open to any FCCLA member.
an individual event, recognizes members for their ability to design, build and demonstrate an original, homemade toy which provides learning and play for either an individual child or a small group of children. The toy is to be constructed of common, everyday household items, meet safety guidelines and be easy to carry and use.