Pennsylvania Future Business Leaders of America
PO Box 5085, Jersey Shore, PA 17740
570.398.4652 phone/fax   |
State Officer E-mail Access

Our mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.               

2016 PA FBLA . . . "65 Years Celebration Cruise"
Advisers, Family, and Friends are welcome to join PA FBLA next summer for a memorable week in the Southern Caribbean. -- July 16-23, 2016

2016 Cruise Invitation
Cruise Ship Flyer

"65 Years -- Celebration Cruise" Reservation/Deposit Form
Cruise Credit Card Processing Form

2015 State Leadership Conference Information

Watch the 2015 PA FBLA State Conference Awards Program
from the Hershey Lodge on Tuesday, April 14, 2105 starting at 7:00 pm.

Click on the graphic at the left to access the live stream or use this direct link:



2015 Board of Directors Election Information

Candidate Statements
Vote for two (2) for "adviser at large" / three year terms.

01.  Carri Donmoyer -- Bald Eagle Area High School/Bald Eagle Area School District -- Region 14
02.  Michael Gardner -- Franklin Learning Center/Philadelphia School District -- Region 25
03.  Renee Hughes -- Pine Grove Area High School/Pine Grove Area School District -- Region 23
04.  David Lewandowski -- Philadelphia HS for Creative and Performing Arts/Philadelphia School District -- Region 25
05.  Michele Myers -- Middletown Area High School/Middletown Area School District -- Region 15
06.  Dolly Oden -- Jersey Shore Area High School/Jersey Shore Area School District -- Region 7
07.  Beth Smith -- Keystone Oaks High School/Keystone Oaks School District -- Region 10
08.  Caroline Tassone -- Wayesboro Area High School/Waynesboro Area School District -- Region 26

Twilight Wish Foundation Information

2014-2015 State Project:  Twilight Wish
Celebrating Seniors and Making Dreams Come True
Project Theme:  "Making Hope New and Wishes Come True"
Fund Raising Goal:  $33,000
Make all checks payable to:  PA FBLA State Project. 
Send all checks to: 
Justin Miller, PA FBLA State Treasurer, Springfield High School, 49 West Leamy Avenue, Springfield, PA 19002

Twilight Wish Foundation FBLA Toolkit
1.  Twilight Wish Tool Kit Cover Letter -- see letter for more detail on kit
---------FBLA Tool Kit (.zip file)
2.  TWF PowerPoint Presentation
3.  TWF Logo
4.  TWF Media Kit
5.  TWF Fundraising Ideas
6.  TWF Brochure
7.  TWF Wish Granting Posters (Veterans)
8.  TWF Wishing Well
9.  TWF PSA Video (.zip file)
10.TWF Brotherly Love Video (YouTube)
11. TWF Wishes Granted Video (YouTube)
12. Twilight Wish Web Site
13. TWF Bookmark
14. TWF Contacts List

How to Start/Reactivate an FBLA Chapter

Depending on grade levels, schools may start either an FBLA chapter (grades 9-12) or an FBLA Middle-level chapter (grades 5-8).

Click here for more information on how to start a Grades 9-12 FBLA chapter.

Click here for more information on how to start and FBLA Middle-level chapter (grades 5-8).

A business educator is preferred to serve as the primary chapter adviser, but a school administration approved faculty adviser from another discipline/administration area may serve as a chapter adviser.  Currently, FBLA advisers include business educators, math educators, English educators, science educators, counselors, and principals/assistant principals, among others.  PA FBLA will provide training for new advisers. 

Critical to the chapter's success will be an adviser who believes in:   the goals of FBLA; career development and leadership development opportunities as tools for future student success; community service to build school pride and community connections; competitive events as a vehicle to demonstrate student academic achievement; among others.

2014-15 Membership Processing Information
2014-2015 National Theme:  Step Up to the Challenge

Membership Processing Opens August 1, 2014

1.  Click here for step-by-step membership processing instructions.

Membership may be submitted as many times as a chapter wishes during the year; however, advisers must pay attention to the deadline for competing in the regional events.

FBLA Grades 9-12 Recruitment Video:
The national office has made available a 3-minute recruitment video online. Click here to watch the video.

Click here to watch a middle-level recruitment video.

FBLA Pledge
I solemnly promise to uphold the aims and responsibilities of Future Business Leaders of America and, as an active member, I shall strive to develop the qualities necessary in becoming a responsible business leader.

FBLA Goals
* Develop competent, aggressive business leadership
* Strengthen the confidence of students in themselves and their work
* Create more interest in and understanding of American business enterprise
* Encourage members in the development of individual projects that contribute to the improvement of home, business, and community
* Develop character, prepare for useful citizenship, and foster patriotism
* Encourage and practice efficient money management
* Encourage scholarship and promote school loyalty
* Assist students in the establishment of occupational goals
* Facilitate the transition from school to work

FBLA Code of Ethics
I will be honest and sincere.
I will approach each task with confidence in my ability to perform my work at a high standard.
I will willingly accept responsibilities and duties.
I will seek to profit by my mistakes and take suggestions and criticisms directed toward the improvement of myself and my work.
I will abide by the rules and regulations of my school.
I will exercise initiative and responsibility and will cooperate with my employer and fellow workers.
I will dress and act in a manner that will bring respect to me and to my school.
I will seek to improve my community by contributing my efforts and my resources to worthwhile projects.

FBLA Creed
I believe education is the right of every person.

I believe the future depends on the mutual understanding and cooperation among business, industry, labor, religious, family, and educational institutions, as well as people around the world.  I agree to do my utmost to bring about understanding and cooperation among all of these groups.

I believe every person should prepare for a useful occupation and carry on that occupation in a manner that brings the greatest good to the greatest number.

I believe every person should actively work toward improving social, political, community, and family life.

I believe that every person has the right to earn a living at a useful occupation.

I believe that every person should take responsibility for carrying out assigned tasks in a manner that brings credit to self, associates, school, and community.

I believe I have the responsibility to work efficiently and think clearly.  I promise to use my abilities to make the world a better place for everyone.

National Leadership Conference Winners

Congratulations to all Pennsylvania FBLA contestants and award winners who participated in the 2014 National Leadership Conference in Nashville, Tennessee.  With 53 award winners (improving upon last year’s total of 43), Pennsylvania FBLA had the third highest number of award winners among all the states in attendance at the NLC. The final tally will come from the national office in the next few weeks, and I will send out any updates to my totals or list.

Pennsylvania members earned 4 first-place awards at the 2014 NLC. 
For the first time in our Pennsylvania 62-year history, a Pennsylvania FBLA member is now serving as National FBLA President.  Congratulations to Sam Kessler of Wissahickon High School (20), the first National FBLA President from Pennsylvania!  We are proud of Sam and the professional campaign that presented at the National Leadership Conference.

Once again, we are “Pennsylvania Proud” of our delegation, our competitors, and our newly elected National President, Sam Kessler.  The Pennsylvania delegation was also complimented for our professionalism, courtesy, and respect at the Country Music Hall of Fame AND by the daughter of Barbara Mandrell on our visit to Fontanel, Ms. Mandrell’s mansion.  According to Ms. Mandrell’s daughter, Pennsylvania FBLA was, by far, the best high school group they had ever experienced that had toured their facility.

Thank you all for making this a tremendously successful year for Pennsylvania FBLA!  Our success is due to motivated and hard-working members; advisers who step up—even in the face of additional work above and beyond their classroom responsibilities--give their students opportunities to shine and excel; and parents and school administrations who stand behind their children and students to help them make their way to the NLC to represent Pennsylvania.

Click here for a complete list of NLC award winners.

Members/Officers Email Lists

Chapter officers, complete this online form to receive direct information from the PA FBLA state office.  Officers will be listed in a directory of local chapter officers.

PA FBLA members, register here for the "member's listserve" for information from the state officer and the state officer team.

PA FBLA Virtual Chapter Membership

Igniting Innovation -- The Gateway to Virtual Greatness!

Students in schools that do not have an FBLA chapter may become part of the PA FBLA virtual chapter.  Click here for more information about the PA FBLA Virtual Chapter.  Start spreading the word of the PA FBLA Virtual Chapter among those you know who are at a school without an active FBLA chapter.

The PA FBLA Virtual FBLA chapter is now accepting applications.  Click this link to submit your online membership application.

Click this link for downloadable Virtual Chapter files.

Watch the membership recruitment video.

Maura Angle, Virtual Chapter Adviser --

2014 NLC Awards of Excellence Program Replay:
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----->click here:  Complete NLC Awards Winners List

2014 SLC Awards Program Replay:
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----->click here:  Complete SLC Awards Winners List



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