Say Yes to FCS Recruiting Toolkit

Slide 4 - Define Family and Consumer Sciences and include your personal reason for your passion for the profession Slide 5 -Share the information about the job market. Encourage them to discuss all the job availability with their parents Activity: If time allows Slide 6 - Review the Universities on the following link university map Activity: Break students into groups and assign each group a university. Ask each group to research the website of the assigned university (if you are near the state line you may want to include some other nearby universities or you may want to include other universities that offer courses in related to careers in the course you are teaching). One to One schools: From the information, ask each group to create an online poster with and share with the class highlighting the major points and interesting facts of the university. Alternative: Ask each group to make a collage or poster representing the major highlights and interesting facts about the university. Items to include: • Location • Enrollment numbers • Tuition Costs • Scholarship Opportunities • Mascot • School Colors • College where FACS education is located • Important statistics • Etc. Follow-up and Conclusion: Slide 7: Please include important contact information for your state’s recruitment information. Have students complete the survey at the following link This is an important step in helping to reach students with critical recruitment information and show the Universities there is interest in the profession. (THIS IS FOR INDIANA BUT ASK YOUR STATE TO ADAPT) Slide 8: Explain the connection between Indiana FCCLA and FACS Education Slide 9-10: Share contact information for social media networks for FCCLA and FACS.

Here is a copy of the slides you will find on the power point. *Items with this marking need to be updated for each state.

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