Honorary Membership

Ohio Family, Careers and Community Leaders of America (Ohio FCCLA) honors people whose professional responsibilities are not directly related to Ohio FCCLA, who have made outstanding contributions and who are giving continued service to the state organization. Beginning in 1948 honorary memberships have been presented to two or more persons who have rendered outstanding service to Ohio FCCLA.

Friend of FCCLA

Ohio FCCLA has established an award to present to individuals and or business who have provided support for the organization.

Spirit of Advising

Recognizes chapter advisers who are constantly faithful, often quietly working behind the scenes to ensure the success of their students. Deadline: March 1

Master Adviser

Recognizes advisers who have been successful in advising a chapter for a minimum of three years, promoted the organization, operated an integrated chapter with a balanced program of work, facilitated youth-centered activities, and kept abreast of new happenings with the organization.

Adviser Mentor

Recognizes advisers who have been successful in achieving Master Adviser Recognition, devoted two years to new adviser assistance, assumed adult leadership roles in FCCLA, conducted adviser workshops, attended training workshops and used national and state FCCLA resources.