High school students that join FBLA receive benefits that include:Discounts Scholarships Publications Awards and recognition programs. FBLA members also demonstrate their leadership skills through community service projects, fundraising activities, and chapter officer positions.
FBLA Academic Competition
FBLA's National Awards Program, also called competitive events, give students the opportunity to compete against the best-of-the-best in over 60 academic events that cover technology, public speaking, business, finance, management, and more. The top winners take home trophies and cash from sponsored events. FBLA programs help you integrate business-related, cocurricular content into your classroom, plus you can reinforce your existing courses with FBLA's rigorous academic competitions.
FBLA Business Achievement Awards
The Business Achievement Awards (BAA) is a high school leadership development program that is easy to integrate into your classroom. The cocurricular activities are aligned to the career clusters, NBEA standards, and FBLA goals. View the alignments. Students enhance their leadership skills, expand their business knowledge, contribute to their local communities, and earn recognition each step of the way by immersing themselves in their school, community, and FBLA programs. Chapter advisers direct students through each level, while students work at their own pace to independently complete projects. There are four levels of the BAA, with each level increasingly challenging your high school students to expand their leadership skills and showcase their talents:
AmericaEach level builds upon previous work, and your students receive recognition when they complete each level. Students must be members of the FBLA division. Click here if you are already a current member of FBLA.