PPT - Alabama FBLA

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Dance Evolution
To bring
Business and Education together
in a
positive working relationship
through
innovative leadership
and
career development programs
Importance of FBLA
to our students
 Great Marketing Tool!
 Importance of Carl Perkins Funding
FBLA is the largest student-run
business related organization in
the United States!
250,000
members!
2013-2014
FBLA State Leadership Team
In Anaheim!
How do I begin my year with
FBLA?
 Conduct a planning
 Chapter Management
session with local
officers
Handbook/Advisers
Survival Guide
 Program of work for
your chapter
 Blueprint for Success
 Membership
 Recruitment
 JLDC
Conduct a Planning Session With
Officers
 Discuss officer duties
 Prepare a Program
of Work
Program of Work
 Define a set of goals
 Use this set of goals to create your
program of work
Chapter Program of Work
Blueprint for Success
Trivia Question #1
 Name 2 ways to get your FBLA year off to
a good start!
FBLA Goals
1&2
 Develop competent, aggressive
business leadership
 Strengthen the confidence of students
in themselves and their work
FBLA Goals
3&4
 Create more interest and understanding
of American business enterprise
 Encourage members in the development
of individual projects that contribute to
the improvement of home, business, and
community.
FBLA Goals
5&6
 Develop character,
prepare for useful
citizenship, and foster
patriotism.
 Encourage and practice
efficient money
management
FBLA Goals
7, 8 & 9
 Encourage scholarship
and promote school
loyalty
 Assist students in the
establishment of
occupational goals
 Facilitate the
transition from school
to work
Blueprint and the Chapter
Management Handbook Utilization
 Important Dates
 Chapter Activities
 Local Chapter
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Organization
Recruiting
Fund-raising
Programs
Recognition
Competitive Events
MarketPlace
Look for your CMH updates in August 2013.
MEMBERSHIP COMPARISON
14,000
12,000
10,000
8,000
6,000
4,000
2,000
0
FBLA HIGH
SCHOOL
2009-2010
FBLA MIDDLE
LEVEL
2010-2011
PBL
2011-2012
PROFESSIONAL
2012-2013
Recruitment
Membership Poster
Membership DVD –
included with
Chapter Management
Handbook
Be Creative!
Early deadline
October 20
Other Activities
Use the
FBLA or PBL
recruitment
video
Introduce Icebreakers
as part of a class to
“hook” students
Membership Deadlines
 1st Term dues deadline - PAID by October 20
(for membership awards at National Fall Leadership)
 2nd Term dues deadline - PAID by February 1
(for eligibility to compete at State Leadership Conference)
 Dues PAID by March 1
(for membership awards at NLC)
Online Membership
registration at www.fbla-
pbl.org
Choose “Membership”
No More Regional Testing
explain registering for state
 Explanation
How do I get my members
involved?
 Chapter Meetings
 Communications
 Conferences
 Competitive Events
 Business Achievement
Awards (BAA)
 Curriculum Integration
 Community Service
Meetings
 How often?
 Encourage attendance
 Advertise/Promote
Meeting Happenings
 Prepare an agenda
using the FBLA
Format Guide
 Distribute Agenda at
meeting!
Bulletin Boards/Displays
Tie Your Organization
into Classroom
Bulletin Boards, Signs,
and Displays
 FBLA-PBL Stepping
Stones to Success
 Excellence in Action with
FBLA-PBL
 Moo-ving Into the New
Year With FBLA-PBL
Take Advantage of Social Media
 National Web site
 www.fbla-pbl.org
 Alabama Web site
 www.alabamafbla.org
 Social Media
 Twitter
 Instagram
 Facebook
 FBLA-PBL blog
Promote National Celebrations
 American Enterprise Day
 November 15
 Prematurity Awareness
 November
 FBLA-PBL Week
 February 10-14
 Community Service Day
 February
Joint Leadership Development
Conference
September 23-24, 2013
Sheraton Hotel, Birmingham, AL
www.alabamajldc.org
National Fall Leadership Conference
November 8-9, 2013
Lake Grapevine, TX
November 22-23, 2013
Salt Lake City, UT
November 15-16, 2013
Cleveland, OH
State Leadership Conference
•March 7 – Deadline for ALL projects, reports and
dvds
•Online testing done between March 17 – April 11,
2014
April 17-18, 2014
Sheraton Hotel, Birmingham
www.alabamafbla.org
National Leadership Conference
June 24-July 2, 2014
Nashville, Tennessee
Competitive Events
 Classroom projects (Rating Sheets)
 Entrepreneurship--Business Plan
 Multimedia Design—Digital Video Production, Website
Development, Electronic Career Portfolio
 Business Essentials—Public Speaking
 Practice
 Moodle—tests
 Classrooms and public—performance events
 Reminders to study/practice
 Notes
 Twitter
 School announcements
 Be available!
Business Achievement Awards
(BAA)
 4 individual levels
Future
Business
Leader
America
Curriculum Integration
 Classroom
transformation
 Required
National FBLA Website - Adviser’s Area
www.fbla-pbl.org
Educational Programs and
Curriculum
Take advantage of these!
 America Youth Saves
 Virtual Business Online Simulation
– NOW a competitive event
 School Store Manual
 Service Learning Curriculum –
NEW VERSION
 Brainbench Certifications (1 free
per FBLA member)
Continued!
 The Stock Market Game
 Junior Tours
 Job Shadow Day
 Online Library – www.fbla-pbl.org
 Business Publications
 Homework Help Links
 Career Resources
 Teaching Resources
Partnership with March of
Dimes
 FBLA has partnered with MOD for
almost 40 years!
 Chapters have raised over $20 million
 “Working together for stronger
healthier babies
http://www.marchofdimes.com/mission.aspx
Why partner with March of Dimes?
 MOD helps moms have full-term pregnancies and healthy
babies. If something goes wrong, we offer information and
comfort to families. We research the problems that threaten our
babies and work on preventing them.
 An estimated 135 million babies have been saved
by polio vaccines.
 Infant deaths dues to respiratory distress
syndrome have been cut in half.
 2 ½ million very sick babies have been cared for in
neonatal intensive care units since 2000 alone.
ALABAMA FBLA Donations
 2008
$ 9,000
 2009
23,ooo
 2010
32,500
 2011
38,000
 2012
45,000 +
 2013
44,000 +
Celebrating!
Alabama FBLA
recognized as the
#1
Youth Fundraiser
2013
Alabama FBLA’s Donation
 Alabama raised enough money during 2013 to
fund a “giraffe”!
NICU Tours
Opportunities
Gives FBLA-PBL members the opportunity
to hone their leadership skills by
volunteering for the
March of Dimes WalkAmerica.
March of Dimes Awards
 At State Conference
 Plaques
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$500 Club
$1000 Club
$1500 Club
$2000 Club
$2500+ Club
 Certificates
 At National Leadership Conference
 Two states that raise the most money
 Three local chapters that raise the most money
 One local chapter that conducts the best
educational project
Mission LIFT Grants
 Proposals will be accepted for projects
that address chapter, member, or adviser
recruiting and retention, community
involvement and awareness, and special
chapter activities
 Local chapters may receive grants up to
$1,000
 State chapters may receive grants up to
$2,500
Mission LIFT Grants
 Grant Requests are due to the National
Center by January 2014
 You may get information or
applications from:
Lisa Frye Smothers, Membership Director
FBLA, PBL, Inc.
1912 Association Drive
Reston, VA 20191
Phone - 703-860-3334 Ext. 117
Email: [email protected]
New Curriculum from MOD
 Service Learning - Hands-on - Received
a $500,000 grant from the March of
Dimes to create this curriculum
 Five modules designed to be
implemented within the classroom or
in a chapter training workshop
 Free to all chapters
Curriculum
 Designed as a tool for advisers to help
students enhance the skills that they use as
volunteers in WalkAmerica or to plan a
fundraiser for the benefit of the March of
Dimes
 These activities will help students learn
about organizing and executing an event, and
guide business students/FBLA-PBL members
as they learn about community service
Do a “Mission
Moment”
Watch “Fight for
Preemies!”
Ring
• Imagine a baby so small that this ring would slide over
the hand and arm or the foot and leg of a 15-week
premature baby. This is a dramatic example of how tiny
a preemie really is.
Premature Baby Diaper
• This diaper is one that a premature baby would wear. It
is too small for even a beanie baby. Try to imagine the
size of a full term baby diaper compared to this preemie
diaper. The size difference will surprise you.
Coffee Stirrer
• This exercise illustrates how difficult it is for a
premature baby with underdeveloped lungs to breathe.
Place the coffee stirrer in your mouth, hold your nose
and try to breathe only through the tiny opening of the
stirrer. Most folks will only be able to breathe this way
for about 30 seconds, but imagine having to breathe
like this for several months.
Spoon
• Imagine needing a blood transfusion and all the blood
you needed could fit into a teaspoon. That is the
reality for premature babies.
Lifesavers
• Thanks for being a “lifesaver” for babies. (we will give
each person some lifesaver candies)
Won’t You be a Hero?
 By joining the March of Dimes and helping to
save babies you will be a hero
Ladonna Beck – Holt High School
Lisa R. Weeks
FBLA-PBL State Adviser
[email protected]

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