Future Leaders of America

    EMPOWER TO LEAD...The FLA Way

Join the Lead to Empower Movement 

For Students

Join an FLA Network in our Public Schools or in the Community

Volunteer at Local Community Service Projects

Participate at the 2014 FLA Leadership Academy

For Parents

Enroll Your Child in the FLA Leadership Academy Scheduled for Summer of 2014

Participate at an Upcoming Family Enrichment Seminar

Make a Financial Contribution to FLA

Lend Your Voice and Support FLA through Social Media



For Community Supporters

Make a Financial Donation to FLA Youth Programs

Designate FLA as a Beneficiary of Funds

Invite FLA to Provide a Request for Funding Proposal

Invite FLA to Volunteer for a Local Community Service Project

FLA NETWORKS 
IN THE COMMUNITY

Become a part of the Future Leaders of America Master Achievers (FLAMA) and help create community change through leadership and service.


Meetings are held at the Old Oxnard High School on the following dates:


For more information contact:


Nayra Pacheco for Santa Barbara FLAMA

805.642.6208


FLA NETWORKS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Santa Barbara Schools

Since 2004, Future Leaders has provided leadership training in the Santa Barbara, Goleta, and Carpinteria area. The students participate in a series of trainings where they can practice their leadership skills by addressing issues affecting their particular schools; and, secondly it serves as a support system for FLA participants in their educational endeavors.

FLA students are active at Santa Barbara High School, San Marcos High School, Dos Pueblos High School, Carpinteria High School.


Ventura County Schools

Since 1983, thousands of youth from Ventura County have passed through the Future Leaders of America programs. Students from 6 high schools including Hueneme, Channel Islands, Pacifica, Rio Mesa, Oxnard, Buena, Nordoff, Fillmore, and Moorpark attend to our activities and training during a year round.


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