Ohio FCCLA Region 2

Career Development Events


Region 2 Career Development Events
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Affiliation must be paid before you can register your students.

Career Development Event Dates and Locations

Registration Opens: November 15
Registration Closes: December 15
Late Registration: Must contact Cheryl Hamblin at Cheryl.hamblin@education.ohio.gov


  • $85 per event
  • $115 Baking and Pastry per entry
  • $115 Culinary Arts per entry
  • Opportunity to support Ohio FCCLA Endowment

Payment Deadline: January 15 - All invoices are final once submitted

Late Fee Policy: Chapters who miss the deadline must call the state office to request a late submission within 24 hours of the closing of registration. A $50.00-dollar late fee, in addition to the event fees, will be charged upon approval by the State FCCLA Adviser(s). The late fee will increase by $50.00 each week thereafter till January 1.

Payment Information: Select PayPal or if issuing a check include a copy of your invoice payable to Ohio FCCLA

Mail to: 

Attn: Regional Career Development Events, Region 2
25 S. Front Street, Mail Stop # 611
Columbus, Ohio 43215

Must be read and sign:

  • Annual Teacher Acknowledgement Form
  • Event Release and Liability Consent Form (Must be signed by each participant and kept with the adviser).

Covid-19 Policy

Dress Code Policy

Advisers are Subject Matter Experts - Chapter advisers serve an important role as Subject Matter Experts in curriculum, Career-Technical Education and FCCLA to educate both members and other adult volunteers. Without chapter advisers serving as event volunteers, evaluation teams may lack critical context and subject matter information that could negatively impact final scoring. All Subject Matter Experts serving in a volunteer role will receive documentation of the hours devoted to competitive events.

The Office of Career-Technical Education and State FCCLA Office have the expectation that advisers will help facilitate these competitions in the role of Subject Matter Experts at the regional, state, and national levels. In addition, the expectation that all advisers will demonstrate professionalism while working with other advisers, volunteers, and state staff during the evaluation of members projects to provide a positive competitive event atmosphere.

Awards Recognition Session – Each regional site will provide a location for an Awards Session. Once the tally room has validated all scores in each event in each level, the Awards Session will begin. Members will receive a gold, silver or bronze medal that corresponds to the rating score received. Ohio FCCLA will not ship medals. The following Culinary CDEs will receive their rubrics the day of the event:

  • Baking and Pastry
  • Culinary Arts
  • Garde Manger
  • Product Development

CDE rubrics will be in the Regional Registration Portal by the end of business on the following Monday after your competition date.

If you have questions about registration, e-mail oh-fccla@registermychapter.com