Education Students Recognized at State Leadership Conference
Each year students from the Education Professions Classes at the New Castle Career Center attend the Family, Career Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) State Leadership Conference. This year the conference took place at the Horizon Center in Muncie on March 5-7.
This year twenty-one students attended the conference and competed in a host of events. Each student was tasked with completing various projects and then presenting them to a panel of judges.
In addition to their individual projects, nineteen students also chose to complete the requirements to earn an award known as the Ultimate Leadership Degree. Students were given a plaque in the shape of Indiana for completing these requirements. Additionally, some students received individual honors.
Presley Gibson received a gold medal for her STAR Event project called “Focus on the Basics” and a gold medal for her state event called Early Childhood Healthy Snack Lesson. Presley was also the winner of a $1,000 scholarship given to FCCLA
members that are going into Education and Training.
Program instructor, Leesa Meyers, was awarded the FCCLA Distinguished Service award, and program director, Mackenzie Jackson, was awarded the FCCLA CTE Administrator of the Year Those interested in learning more about opportunities available at the New Castle Career Center can contact them at (765) 593-6680 or visit their website at nccareercenter.org.