Business Achievement Awards
The Business Achievement Awards are an individual achievement award program for high school students. Participating students have the opportunity to enhance their leadership skills, expand their business knowledge, contribute to their local communities, and earn recognition by immersing themselves in their school and communities.
Contributor Award (Level One) - Members are introduced to the foundations of FBLA and learn how to best take advantage of the opportunities available to members.
Leader Award (Level Two) - Members learn the fundamentals of leadership and explore their personal leadership style.
Advocate Award (Level Three) - Members have the opportunity to select a business skill or content area that they would like to further develop. Once completed, members have the choice of continuing on to the Capstone Project or selecting a new business skill or concept to earn an additional Advocate Award.
Capstone Award (Level Four) - Participating members will design, complete, and reflect on a project that solves a real-world problem.
Here is the link : https://learn.fbla-pbl.org/fbla-members
Once you click on the link, scroll down and choose the BAA learning center box. From here, complete the steps to register and ask your adviser for approval. The first, second, and third level are mostly videos. They take about an hour to two hours to complete. The final level is a project that will take more time. Good luck and have fun!
Champion Chapter Awards
The FBLA Champion Chapter Competition is a new way to achieve involvement and maximize engagement in your chapter. With an endless list of activities aimed at planning out a successful year, tasks ranging from financial planning, outreach, community service, and member involvement come together to allow any chapter the title of Bronze, Silver, or Gold Champion. Following these activities are a sure way to maintain organization throughout the year and build any chapter up to its full potential.
Champion Chapter Resources:
Where to submit documentation: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/35BYQKJ
Additional Information: https://www.fbla-pbl.org/divisions/fbla/fbla-membership/
If you have any questions, please contact Kayla, our District XI Secretary for more information (you can find her information on the cabinet page).
FBLA BUSINESS THROUGH EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP
The procedures and requirements must be followed completely! All incomplete application packets will be disqualified without review.
* High School Senior
* Member of Florida FBLA for a minimum of two years
* Top 20 percent of graduating class (be sure that your transcript shows class rank)
* Full time Florida Resident
Please attach and send the following:
• A cover page stating name, social security number, birth date, address, phone, high school, and adviser’s name.
• Two letters of recommendation: one from a peer in Florida FBLA and one from a teacher, administrator, counselor, or employer.
• An essay, of no more than 500 words, describing FBLA and its effect on your development and education.
• An autobiographical essay, creatively done, of no more than 500 words.
• An official transcript that must include ACT or SAT scores and class rank.
• A resume including FBLA awards, offices, and achievements (limit of 2 pages).
The FBLA BUSINESS THROUGH EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP is a one-year scholarship program. The scholarship will be paid as reimbursement of tuition toward an undergraduate Business program in the state of Florida. Applicants' packets must be postmarked by the date specified in the State Leadership Conference registration packet.
Mail application packet to:
Mrs. Jody A. Jones 38834 Alston Avenue Zephyrhills, FL 33542