The FCCLA State Leadership Conference event site (https://fccla.events.education.ne.gov/) will go live for presenters on April 5th. Beginning that date, you should be able to see the event schedule, session information, and presenter bios. Please check your session and presenter listings and inform us of any errors ASAP. The link will be shared with conference attendees the morning of April 6th.
Hosting your session in Zoom
On the day of the conference, links to join your session will populate on the event website. Note: you will likely not be able to join the Zoom meeting for your session until 10 minutes prior to your scheduled start time. To allow you time to get acclimated with presenting via Zoom, we will host a Tech Check one week prior to the event (see “Tech Check” section below).
To join your session, you will use the same link as the public provided on the event website under your session listing. Once you have entered into the meeting, follow the steps outlined in the video to claim host controls. This will allow you to share your screen, utilize breakout rooms, and mute participants if needed.
The “host key” needed to claim control is 101010.
We will host a tech tech period on April 5 from 1:00pm to 5:00pm Central time to make sure that you are able to get settled in and everything working correctly. During this period, a link to an open Zoom meeting will be available below. Use this link to:
- Make sure you can open Zoom and join a room
- Understand how to “claiming host” using the provided host key
- Ensure you can share your screen
- Confirm your microphone and speakers are connected and functional
A member of our team will be on this test call to walk you through the process or assist with any issues you may have.
Thank you for sharing your time and expertise to help our Nebraska FCCLA members grow their knowledge and skills as they continue to make a difference in their families, schools, and communities. We’re excited to include you as a part of the 2021 State Leadership Conference youth breakout session offerings.
The youth breakout sessions will take place on Monday, April 12 from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm central time in 20 minute slots. You can indicate if you’d like to present a live session during one (or more) of these time slots, or submit a recorded version of your session to be available on-demand. Recorded sessions will be due April 5. Please have the following information ready to complete your session information form:
- Session title
- Session description
- Session resources to share with participants (handouts, slides, etc.)
- Presenter(s) information (name, position. organization, contact information, and headshot)
The information submitted through this form will be displayed on the State Leadership Conference event website.
Please have your information submitted by March 22.