FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)

Club Advisor: JoAnn Harrison 


Club Information: Our Club is the “Future Business Leaders of America” and our school’s national chapter number is #18525.

Club President: Melanie Juarez.

Meeting Times and Locations: Our official regular meeting times are TBA, but for now, our club members will be meeting every Wednesday after school to study for State.

Club Bylaws and Policies: Our chapter will abide by the National FBLA bylaws.

Benefits of the FBLA: Our club benefits the Ranger population by giving students the opportunity to see what their careers in business could look like. Students have opportunities to compete, network, and learn to be professional. FBLA helps students create the building blocks of a successful future in the field of business. FBLA is also committed to community service and involved in activities like raising money for March of Dimes. Our focus is on fully preparing young people for the future.

Estacada FBLA is integral to our school and community, because so far this year we have raised money for March of Dimes to help premature babies. And in our first year, our chapter took home two first place awards at Regional Skills Competition, showing the future potential our club has to positively impact our community and help students

FBLA Membership Benefits

High school students that join FBLA receive benefits that include:

FBLA members also demonstrate their leadership skills through community service projects, fundraising activities, and chapter officer positions.

Prepare For College and Career with FBLA Education Programs
High school students explore college and career opportunities through a number of co-curricular educational programs. Members take part in academic competitions, networking events with accomplished business professionals at conferences, and community service projects. Plus, members have exclusive access to scholarships from a select group of academic institutions.

FBLA
Academic Competitions
FLBA's national awards program, also called competitive events, give your 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, co-curricular content into your classroom, plus you can reinforce your existing courses with FBLA's rigorous academic competitions.

FBLA Membership Awards Programs
Have your students built a portfolio of academic and personal accomplishments yet? FBLA gives college applications and resumes real-life meaning by documenting your students’ accomplishments. FBLA members earn recognition on the local, state, and national levels with the business achievement awards. This unique program recognizes members when they complete a variety of activities in the areas of service, education, and leadership. It's a great way for your high school students contribute to their school, community, and economy. Plus, our students will get exclusive access to scholarships, cash awards, and individual and chapter recognition programs.