HOSA students attending the Fall Leadership Conference at the Phoenix Convention Center
A student’s life success is dependent upon more than just their grades. To become truly “educated,” students must recognize and develop their intellect, their talents, and their aspirations. At CVIT, we’re proud to offer the student organizations that will help ensure our students’ success.
The FCCLA (Family Career and Community Leaders of America) student organization helps young men and women become leaders and address important personal, family, work, and societal issues through family and consumer sciences education. The Globe, Miami, and Superior satellite campuses currently have active FCCLA chapters.
DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) is a career and technical student organization. Membership is available to ninth through twelfth-grade students with career interests in marketing, entrepreneurship, finance, hospitality, and management. The Superior satellite campus currently has an active DECA chapter.
FBLA, the Future Business Leaders of America, Inc. is the largest business Career and Technical Student Organization in the world. Each year, FBLA helps over 230,000 members prepare for careers in business. FBLA inspires and prepares students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences. The Superior satellite campus currently has an active FBLA chapter.
Nationally organized in 1928, today’s FFA (Future Farmers of America) organization encompasses more than 300 careers in everything from agriscience to biotechnology to turf grass management. The Globe, Miami, and San Carlos satellite campuses currently have active FFA chapters.
Arizona HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) was founded in 2005. The student-led organization is dedicated to helping students enter the health field and become leaders in the health community. The Central Campus of CVIT currently has an active chapter.
As members of SkillsUSA, students, teachers, and industry work together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. The organization aims to improve the quality of America’s skilled workforce through a structured program of citizenship, leadership, employability, professional, and technical skills training. The Globe, Hayden, and Miami satellite campuses currently have active Skills USA chapters.
The U.S. Army Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) is one of the largest character development and citizenship programs for youth in the world. JROTC’s mission, “To Motivate Young People to be Better Citizens”, is the guide post for the program’s success.
The U.S. Army’s JROTC program currently operates in more than 1,700 public and private high schools, military institutions, and correctional centers throughout the United States and overseas. The JROTC faculty is led by nearly 4,000 instructors who are retired from active duty, reserve duty, or National Guard Army service. Instructors are trained and qualified in accordance with the National Defense Authorization Act 2007 to teach and mentor approximately 314,000 JROTC Cadets annually. The Globe satellite campus currently has an active JROTC chapter.