Ohio Family and Consumer Sciences Newsletter


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December 1, 2017
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About Our Sponsors 


Without the generous support of our Sponsors, Ohio Family, Career and Community Leaders of America would not be able to provide the quality programming at affordable rates. We thank you for your support.

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Columbus Culinary Institute

The Columbus Culinary Institute at Bradford School, located in Columbus, Ohio near Easton Town Center, offers culinary arts students a hands-on education leading to an associate degree or diploma in culinary arts.

Bradford School, is a post-secondary institution, is dedicated to preparing diverse, motivated students for graduation and entry-level jobs in specialized careers through accelerated and comprehensive education. Students will develop a foundation for long-term career advancement and future learning through an understanding of problem solving, communication, and critical thinking.

Our goal is to create an environment where students graduate with the technical, artistic, and business skills needed for career opportunities in the culinary industry.



Ohio FCCLA Endowment

Ohio FCCLA Endowment is a foundation established in 1991 by the Ohio Family, Careers and Community Leaders of America Board of Directors to support Ohio Family, Careers and Community Leaders of America. This restricted fund uses it return on investments as the source to support Ohio Family, Careers and Community Leaders of America programming.


Ohio Association Teachers of Family and Consumer Sciences (OATFACS)

Ohio Association Teachers of Family and Consumer Sciences (OATFACS) is a non-profit division of Ohio Association for Career Technical Education. The major focus of this organization is to stimulate professional interest in Family and Consumer Sciences education, Education and Training and Hospitality and Tourism career fields and support professional development of all educators. 


Ohio Lion’s Club – Jim and Betty Coffey

Jim and Betty Coffey offer a $500 grant to chapters who focus on programming including drug and violence prevention, life skills and learning opportunities, as well as to ensure that young people are actively engaged in significant service and service learning activities. In addition, this organization sponsors the Service Learning Awards as well as National Programs Awards.