Power of One
Who has the POWER?
YOU DO!
 Your unique thoughts, ideas and energy
give you the POWER!
 Use that POWER to get more from your
life!
 Your POWER can lead you to new skills
and special accomplishments!
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Power of one offers the opportunity
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Examine issues in depth
Work alone at your own pace
Tackle personal projects
Explore a special interest
Learn to set goals and make decisions
Develop leadership skills
Expand on knowledge and skills learned in
FACS
Receive recognition for your efforts
Power of one basics
Make your dreams come true with Power
of One. It’s as easy as---- 1. choose a personal concern
 2. set a goal
 3. plan and carry out steps to meet your
goal
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Who can participate?
Any State and Nationally affiliated member
can take part in Power of One
 In other words-if you have paid your dues
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What is a Power of One Project?
An individual activity you create to reach a
personal goal. Projects must involve indepth effort.
Two level of Power of One
Level one-for less experienced members
 Level two-for more experienced members
 Any member is allowed to choose either
level.
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How much time do I have to
spend?
You have no time level after you complete
the 1st power of one.
 Your first deadline for this power of one is
Friday, April 22. We will work on them for
the rest of the week this week, then on the
last day of the week thereafter.
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Power of One has five units
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A better you-improve on a personal trait
Family Ties-get along better with family
members
Working on working-explore and prepare for
careers
Take the lead-develop leadership qualities
Speak out for FCCLA-tell others about the
organization
How do I do Power of One?
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Identify a personal goal
Choose a participation level
Plan a project using the five step planning
process
Meet with your advisor
Complete your project
Submit your project to your advisor
Get recognition
What recognition?
Level one projects-you get a ribbon
 Level two projects-you get a pin
 Complete all five units-get a t-shirt form
local FCCLA, get recognized at our
regional banquet, get your name in TEEN
Times, also you get national recognition at
the summer conference and state
conference.
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Power of one steps
Identify concerns
 Set a goal-write it down
 Form a plan
 Act
 Follow up
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A Better You
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Sample project ideas
Losing or gaining weight
Learning a new skill or hobby
Saving money
Improving grades or study habits
Organizing room, locker etc
Being more responsible
Family Ties/Sample projects
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Caring for your own space and clothes
Keeping up with household
responsibilities
Spending time with family/grandparent
Helping with family meal time
Taking on more household responsibility
Working on Working/Sample
projects
Researching jobs for teens
 Creating a resume
 Job shadowing
 Planning a high school course schedule
 Researching colleges
 Learning how to apply for jobs
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Take the lead/Project ideas
Volunteering
 Completing a star event
 Running for chapter office
 Recruiting FCCLA members
 Teaching children
 Leading a chapter project
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Speak out for FCCLA/sample
projects
Creating a PowerPoint demo about
FCCLA
 Organizing FCCLA week
 Explaining FCCLA to future potential
members
 Publishing a chapter project
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Power of One - SuccessLink