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Caitlin Murphy at National FCCLA

July 17, 2017

NEBRASKA FCCLA MEMBERS RECOGNIZED WITH SUCCESS AT NATIONAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE 

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) brought more than 7,500 of its student leaders, members and advisers to Nashville, Tennessee July 2nd-6th to participate in its National Leadership Conference. Nebraska was well represented by more than 250 students, advisers, and guests.

The conference provided opportunities for students and advisers to come together to learn about new initiatives in the organization, hear from inspiring speakers, as well as to expand leadership skills, sharpen talents and explore career pathways. The theme of this year’s conference was “Unlimited Possibilities” and attendees were challenged to discover and grow their potential to make change in their local communities, schools, and families.  Caitlin Murphy of Exeter-Milligan Schools, Exeter, NE was among the members who took part in the STAR Event competitions at the conference.

In addition to the many learning and networking experiences offered at the conference, more than 30 Family and Consumer Sciences related events, also known as STAR (Students Taking Action with Recognition).and 4,200 competitors participating. Nebraska came home with 94 Gold medals, 37 Silver Medals, and 10 Bronze medals and had multiple individuals and teams score in the top 10 nationally.  Caitlin Murphy from Exeter-Milligan was awarded a Gold medal in the category of Life Event Planning. Her project "Everything for Europe". Caitlin select an upcoming event in her life of participating in the Nebraska Music Ambassador's European Tour in which she determined the amount she could budget for the event, and prepare in advance an event portfolio. The portfolio consisted of the project identification page, table of content, FCCLA planning process, on-line project summary submission form, a profile of event, evidence of comparison shopping for the event, event plan: which included sources, budget, products selected, quantities, unit costs and total costs, completing the portfolio was the resource summary.  

Caitlin was awarded this Gold medal and was one of the 10 top national first place award winners and placed first in Nebraska out of the all STAR projects presented at Nationals.  Congratulations Caitlin!

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