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  1. service

  2. Education

  3. progress

  4. South Carolina Future Business Leaders of America

  5. Policy of the United States Department of Education for Career and Technical Student Organizations The United States Department of Education recognizes the educational programs and philosophies embraced by the following career and technical student organizations as being an INTEGRAL part of vocational and technical education instructional programs:

  6. Business Professionals of America National DECA Future Business Leaders of America National FFA Organization Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Health Occupations Students of America National Postsecondary Agricultural Student Organization National Young Farmer Educational Association Technology Student Association SkillsUSA-VICA Student Organizations

  7. WHO WE ARE • Members of the student organization, Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda • Oldest & largest business student association • Students preparing for business & leadership careers

  8. Where We Live • We are 250,000 strong in more than 6,100 chapters throughout the United States, DODDS Europe, Guam, Puerto Rico, Bermuda, the Virgin Islands, and Canada. • We are busy right now, taking the steps necessary to enter the world of business.

  9. Where We Are Located • We are located in high schools, career centers, and colleges. • We are eager to learn all we can.

  10. 2002-03 SC FBLAState Officers FBLA ASKING QUESTIONS; SEEKING ANSWERS

  11. Our Mission Bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs

  12. Who are the members? • FBLA —Grades 9-12 • PBL — Post-secondary • FBLA Middle Level — Grades 6-8 • Professional Division — Alumni & Business Professionals

  13. FBLA Goals • Strengthening the confidence of students in themselves and their work • Developing competent, aggressive business leadership • Developing character, preparing for useful citizenship, and fostering patriotism • Assisting students in the establishment of occupational goals

  14. FBLA Goals continued… • Creating more interest in and understanding of American business enterprise • Encouraging members in the development of individual projects that contribute to the improvement of home, business, and community • Facilitating the transition from school to work • Encouraging scholarship and promoting school loyalty • Encouraging and practicing efficient money management

  15. Member Benefits • Establish occupational goals • Learn about careers in business • Gain self-confidence • Ease the transition from school to work • Learn the value of community responsibility

  16. Engage in cooperative efforts with local Chambers of Commerce Invite local businesspeople to speak at chapter meetings Offer member services to act as guides for business events Go on field trips to local businesses and colleges Sponsor a career fair Participate in a Partnership with Business Project Activities

  17. SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY • Conduct fundraisers for charities, such as the March of Dimes • Participate in forums involving the entire community • Conduct a blood drive • Mentor and/or tutor elementary students

  18. FBLA Competitive Events • 40+ Events • Individual • Team • Chapter • Curriculum, competency, & certification-based

  19. FBLA Competitive EventsRelationship to NBEA Standards

  20. Individual Events Accounting Business Communication Business Law Business Plan Economics Computer Applications Impromptu Speaking International Business Job Interview Marketing Networking Concepts Public Speaking Technology Concepts Word Processing Team Events Desktop Publishing Emerging Business Issues Entrepreneurship Parliamentary Procedure Chapter Events American Enterprise Project Website Development Community Service Project Local Chapter Annual Business Report Partnership with Business Project Gold Seal Award of Merit Sample Events

  21. National Nine FBLA Officers Nine PBL Officers Three Professional Div. Officers State 11 FBLA Officers 9 Elected and 2 Appointed Positions Local State Officers 2002 NLC Nashville, TN Officer Programs

  22. Curriculum Support(from the national office) • Stock Market Game • Service Learning Curriculum • Aligned to the NBEA Standards • School Store Guide

  23. Curriculum Support(from the national office) • Knowledge Matters • Virtual business simulation • Correlated to Marketing Essentials and Intro to Business Glencoe textbooks • Junior Tours Stock Market Tour • Adviser travels for free with 20 students; $500 stipend

  24. FBLA National Conferences • National Leadership Conference • Summer (June-July) • Leadership training • Competitive Events • National Officer Elections • National Fall Leadership Conference • Fall (November) • Leadership Training • Personal and Career Development Workshops • Motivating and Entertaining Speakers

  25. State ConferencesState Fall Leadership Rally • Held on Last Saturday-September or first Saturday in October • Low-Ropes Training for Local Chapter Presidents • Chapter Management Workshops • Hands-On Computer Workshops

  26. State ConferencesDistrict Leadership Conferences • First Saturday in February • First Level of FBLA Competition • Held in Each of the Five FBLA Districts

  27. District Leadership Conference Directors DISTRICT I: Jean Henninger, JeanH@dmtc.k12.sc.us DISTRICT II: Beverly Meares, bmeares@york.k12.sc.us DISTRICT III: Gwendolyn Floyd, gfloyd@scsd2.k12.sc.us DISTRICT IV: Linda Skinner, lskinner@aiken.k12.sc.us DISTRICT V: Peggy Bozard, pbozard@lowcountry.com

  28. State ConferencesState Leadership Conference • Spring (March-April) • Election of State Officers • Compete in Events • Leadership and Teambuilding Workshops

  29. FBLA National Publications

  30. Mrs. Pat Itter State FBLA Adviser Lower Richland High School 2615 Lower Richland Blvd. Hopkins, SC 29061 (803) 695-3000, ext. 3582 pitter@richlandone.org Mrs. Rita Beard State FBLA Officer Adviser Crestwood High School 2000 Oswego Rd. Sumter, SC 29153 (803) 469-6200, ext. 1504 rbeard@scsd2.k12.sc.us Questions? Contact: Mrs. Katherine Cliatt Education Associate SC State Dept of Education 1429 Senate Street Columbia, SC 29201 (803) 734-5349 kcliatt@sde.state.sc.us

  31. FBLA Chapter Management Handbook, National Publication FBLA National Website www.fbla-pbl.org SC FBLA Website www.scfbla.org The Q & A Booklet, FBLA-PBL, Inc. RESOURCES

  32. Sincere thanks and appreciationare extended to Rita K. BeardCrestwood High SchoolSumter, South Carolinafor developing this PowerPoint Presentation and the SC FBLA Medi@show file for use in introducing FBLA to students and new business, marketing, and computer technology teachers.