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The following student associations provide members with educational
and leadership development activities to merge
with the academic
classroom program.

They are an integral part of the classroom instructional program which
provides:

  • Occupational Competencies in related fields
  • Leadership abilities
  • Social and business etiquette
  • Understanding and appreciation of civic responsibility
  • Networking with the business community

Business Professionals of America (BPA)--the student association
that contributes to the preparation of a world-class workforce
through the advancement of academic and business technological
skills for students.

DECA--an association of marketing students--DECA's mission is to
enhance the academic and vocational education of students interested
in marketing, management and entrepreneurship careers.

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)--an association of
students preparing for careers in business and related fields.

Future Farmers of America (FFA)--a student association for those
enrolled in agricultural science and technology programs.

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America(FCCLA)--
aimed primarily for students enrolled in home economics courses.
This is the only campus-based organization with its central focus on
the family.

Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)--a student
association for those interested in health care careers.

Skills USA-VICA--this student organization facilitates trade and
industry education for students enrolled in trade, technical, and
industrial programs.

Technology Student Association (TSA)--the student association
for technology education that encourages students to achieve in area
s
such as bio-related technology, communication, construction,
computer applications, manufacturing, energy, power, and
tr
ansportation.

National Vocational Honor Society (NVHS)--the nation's premier
organization established to recognize outstanding high school
vocational students who have demonstrated excellence in the area
of scholarship, leadership, service, and character.





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