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Marietta High SchoolFBLA IntegrationCheryl WilsonFBLA Activities in Introduction to Business and PresentationandBAAsOctoberFBLA BAAsNovemberDecember Details/Skills CoveredStudents attended a presentation by FBLA Advisors regarding thebenefits of joining FBLAFBLA Scavenger Hunt-AFBLA Scavenger Hunt – BText 5 frineds and invite them to FBLA meetingDesign a t-shirt for FBLACreate a flyer promoting FBLAList 15 goals (5 relating to each – school, career, personal)Prepare invitation to invite students to attend the next FBLAmeeting.Participate in chapter’s community service activitiesAttend an FBLA meeting and bring a friendDonate 5 hours of service to an educational or service organizationScore a 92 percent or higher on the FBLA knowledge QuizAttend at least 3 local chapter meetings by December

SCAVENGER HUNT - BName: Kacie Banks Date: 09-03-15 Period: 4BPurpose: To explore and learn about Future Business Leaders of AmericaInstructions: Using the Internet, answer the questions below. Go to the FBLA-PBL National web site: www.fbla-pbl.org.Upload this document to ASPEN when you’re done. Due by 9/24/15.1. From the National site, click on “About FBLA-PBL”. Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda is anonprofit 501(c) (3) education association with a quarter million students preparing for careers in business andbusiness-related fields. What are four divisions of FBLA-PBL, Inc.?1. 1.Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) for high school students.2. FBLA-Middle Level for junior high, middle, and intermediate school students.3. Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) for postsecondary students.4. Professional Division for business people, FBLA-PBL alumni, educators, and parents, who support, the goalsof the association.2. Click on GOALS under the main navigation on the left. Write 4 Goals of FBLA.1. Develop character, prepare for useful citizenship, and foster patriotism2. Encourage and practice efficient money management.3. Encourage scholarship and promote school loyalty.4. Create more interest in and understanding of American business enterprise.3. Click on MISSION & PLEDGE under the main navigation on the left. What is the mission of FBLA?The mission for FBLA is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship throughinnovative leadership and career development programs.4. Move your mouse to the top of the page. Hover over the word FBLA until the menu appears. Click on BusinessAchievement Awards. What are Business Achievement Awards?The business achievement awards are an aggressive, self-directed, results- based business and leadership programdesigned to complement academics while accelerating a student’s leadership skills5. What are the four levels of the Business Achievement Awards?1. Leader awards2. Business awards3. Future awards4. America awards6. The Future Award Focuses on what?7. Click PREVIEW FUTURE AWARD ACTIVITIES. Complete the following on the Future Award Level.

SERVICE: Write the 2 required activities.1. communications/fbla organization andnational programsPrepare a bulletin board or display promotingFBLA.Help your chapter adviser(s) with activities tocelebrate American Enterprise Day or FBLA-PBLWeek.EDUCATION: Write the 1 required activity.1. Career Awareness and Exploration2. Communications/ service learningDonate five (5) hours of service to an educationalor service organizationWrite 2 other activities that you could completefor this area.Write a one-page paper on a business career.1. Communications/Service LearningComplete the advertising slogans worksheet.Write a one-page report on a service organizationin your community and present it to your chapteror a business class.2. Technology/FBLA Organization and NationalPrograms2. Communications/FBLA Organization andNational ProgramsPROGRESS: Write the 2 required activities.1. Communications/FBLA Organization andNational ProgramsBring a friend who is a nonmember to a localchapter FBLA meeting.2. Communications/FBLA Organization andNational ProgramsAttend at least three (3) local chapter meetingsand prepare a one-page paper that includes thedate of each meeting and a bulleted list of meetinghighlightsWrite the other 2 activities that you couldcomplete for this area.1. Communications/FBLA Organization andNational ProgramsComplete the programs worksheet2. Communications/MarketingRecruit one (1) Professional Division memberWrite the 2 other activities that you couldcomplete for this area.1. MarketingVisit http://www.brainbench.com/ and registerand take a free certification test. 1

Now, how easy was that? You can earn your FUTURE LEVEL AWARD! Then, move onto yourBUSINESS LEVEL! Explore what the Business level award has its requirements! Work your way up andyou can earn a scholarship for after completing LEADER and AMERICA level!7. Click on Competitive Events on the links on the left side of the screen. The FBLA-PBL NationalAwards Program recognizes and rewards excellence in a broad range of business and career-relatedareas. Students compete in events testing their business knowledge and skills at the region, state &national level. Competitive events fall into three categories. What are they and what is the focus ofeach category?1. Individual: Skills in leadership and career development.2. Team: Skills in leadership and career development.3. Chapter: Total achievement and performance in chapter management and growth.8. Click on the COMPETITIVE EVENTS GUIDELINES. A pdf file will open. Wait for it. Once itopens, read the first page which is a list of the competitive events offered through FBLA (details forlast year, 2014-2015, begin on page 13). Find 3 events that you feel you could compete in based onyour grade level, eligibility, and skills! Write the event name for 3 areas that you could win in (or thatgrab your attention)! State individual, team, or chapter event for each event along with a write thedescription of the event category.Event nameWrite Individual, Team, or Include a description of the eventChapter Here1. Business LawIndividualObjective test:Legal systems, contracts and sales,business organization, property laws agencyand employment laws, negotiableinstruments, insurance securedtransactions,Bankruptcy, consumer protection andproduct/personal liability, computer law.Domestic andprivate law, Computer Problem Solving

2. Job interviewIndividualInterview events: competitors apply for abusiness or business-related job at MeritCorporation (a fictitious company) inWashington, D.C . . . . Company benefitsinclude paid holidays and vacation, sickleave, a retirement plan, and healthinsurance. Salary will be commensurate withexperience and education. MeritCorporation is an equal opportunityemployer.3. Business ethnicsTeamPresentations without equipment: Competitorsresearch the topic prior to conference andprepare to present their findings and solutions.Facts and data need to be cited and securedfrom quality sources (peer review documents,legal documents, etc.). Teams are permitted tobring prepared notes, books, and other boundmaterials. No equipment though.Individual

Kacie Rimmey, 3AFBLA: Business Achievement – Future Level ActivityText five (5) friends and invite them to the next FBLA meeting. List the names andyour message on the form. (Due by September 16)Who did you text? Please provide first and last names1. Rhea Thompson2. Morgan Comer3. Trinity Lynn4. Ayana O’Brien5. Celeste PorterfieldMessage: Come to the FBLA meeting this Thursday, September 17 after school inroom E201 and join FBLA!

Angela Igeoma 3B

WHAT IS FBLA?FBLA is a nonprofit educational association formiddle school, high school, and collegiatestudents, who are interested in learning moreabout the economy. FBLA is a nationallyrecognized club in the United States ofAmerica. Students not only compete amongthe best in the United States but also studentsfrom Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Bermudaand the Dodd’s school in Europe.The purpose of FBLAThe purpose of FBLA is to prepare students forcareers in business. Joining FBLA will help youbecome a better employee and citizen. It alsohelps students develop: leadership abilities,business related occupations, and offerscompetitions. Competitions is where studentcompete in business and technologycurriculum. If they win they will have a chanceto go to regional, state, and nationalCONTACT USPhone: (770) 428-2631Email: mailto:ftaylor@marietta-city.k12.ga.usWeb: http://www.fbla-pbl.org/Address: 1912 Association DriveReston, VA 20191-1591MARIETTACITY SCHOOLSMARIETTA CITY SCHOOLS.1171 Whitlock Avenue,Marietta, GA 30064(770) 428-2631mailto:ftaylor@mariettacity.k12.ga.usFBLA IS WHERE STUDENTS BECOMELEADERS!KACIE BANKSIS

Who can join? How much are yourdues?Anyone can join who is interested into joininginto a business related career.Future level: 11Leader level: 20Business level: 60MEETINGS2:40-3:40THE THIRD THURSDAY OFEVERYMONTHThe FBLA goals Develop competent, aggressive businessleadershipStrengthen the confidence of students inthemselves and their work.Create more interest in andunderstanding of American businessenterprise.Encourage members in the developmentof individual projects that contribute tothe improvement of home, business, andcommunity.Develop character, prepare for usefulcitizenship, and foster patriotism.Encourage and practice efficient moneymanagement.Encourage scholarship and promoteschool loyalty.Assist students in the establishment ofoccupational goals.Facilitate the transition from school towork.COMMUNITY SERVICEACTIVITIESSome of the activities you can doare . The national theme!!!!!!Prematurity Awareness Dayand MonthMarch of DimesPresident's VolunteerServiceAwardsLead2FeedAmerica SavesFBLA-PBL CommunityService DayCommunity Service Award(CSA)BENEFITS FOR JOINING Leadership skillsCompetitionsT-shirtTravelCommunity serviceConferencesAwardsScholarshipsFriendship and funPublications

KACIE BANKS 4BMY S.M.A.R.T. GOALSMY ACADEMIC GOALS1. Graduate high school with honors (spring 2019)a. Get all my credits by the end or beginning of my senior year.b. Make sure I get all A’s this year and to my senior year.c. Join a lot of clubs that will help me.d. Take my SAT early and pass with flying colors2. Apply for National Honors Society( by the end my freshmen year)a.b.c.d.Maintain a 4.0 GPAMaintain all A’shave a great personalityturn in the application on time3. Be valedictorian by (the graduation day of 2019)a. Make all A’s in my classb. Have a bunch of friendsc. Join a lot of clubsd. Make sure I study more than I need to4. Ace all my tests (all year long)a. Take more notesb. Listen to the teacherc. Answer all the questionsd. Take my time in answering questions ( don’t rush through the test)5. Have excellent attendance( all year long)a. Walk to the bus stop on timeb. Do stop and talk to people in the hallwaysc. Eat breakfast quicklyd. Go to school every day

MY PERSONAL GOALS1. Win a level 3 tournament by (October 4th.)a. practice every dayb. play a lot of tournamentsc. have the desire to wind. be mentally focused2. Become a millionaire (By the time I am 75)a. win a lot of tennis opensb. make smart choicesc. complete colleged. have a career3. Win the French Open (by the time I am 25)a.b.c.d.practice morewin a lot of WPA titleshave determinationmake sure you are sponsored4. Don’t become overweight (when I am playing professional tennis)a.b.c.d.have an excellent dietplay a lot of tennisrun more lapskeep my body in shape5. Become a District Attorney( after I finish law school)a.b.c.d.go to law schoolgo to Stanford universityget the degrees I needbecome an intern to a lawyer

MY CARRER GOALS1. GET MY MASTERS AND BACHLOR’S (by the time I’m 26)a) have a great personalityb) get all my creditsc) study hardd) pass all my finals2. Become a lawyer (when I get out of college)a.b.c.d.Go to college and get my bachelors and then my mastersGraduate high school with honors.Become an intern to a district attorneyHave a great personality at all times3. BECOME THE #1 TENNIS PLAYER IN THE WORLD (when I am 31)a.b.c.d.Play a lot more tournaments inPractice at least 2 hours everydayPut my mind to itBecome #1 in the state4. Go to law school (by the time I finish college)a. Finish collegeb. Have a full scholarshipc. Study everything no matter if I have a test or notd. Be sure that that is my career of choice5. Go to Stanford University (after I graduate high school)a.b.c.d.Get a scholarship for tennisGet a scholarship for academicsGet my high school diplomaBe on time all to my senior year.

1171 Whitlock Avenue, Marietta, GA 30064 (770) 428 -2631 mailto:ftaylor@marietta - city.k12.ga.us KACIE BANKS MARIETTA CITY SCHOOLS FBLA IS WHERE STUDENTS BECOME LEADERS! IS . The FBLA goals Develop competent, aggressive business leadership and

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