Pennsylvania Future Business
Leaders of America
PO Box 5085, Jersey Shore, PA 17740
570.398.4652 phone/fax |
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2018-19 News Updates // In Focus
Registration: The 2018-19 membership year will open August
1. Chapter advisers may begin entering new members into the system
on that date.
Membership Processing Procedures
New Chapter Adviser Registration: If your FBLA
chapter has a new chapter adviser, please complete the following online
form so that PA FBLA can update our directory, issues
usernames/passwords, and update contact information with the national
Chapter Management Resources: Additional chapter
management files are found in the "Chapter Resources -- Chapter
Management" of the website. Direct link:
FBLA Adviser Resource Guide
Keystone Leadership Award Criteria Announced:
Click here for details of the Keystone Leadership Award Recognition
Program for members.
FBLA Adviser and Member Webinars/Presentations
Posted in the Learn Section of the PA FBLA website.
FBLA History and Traditions:
Check Out This File That Documents FBLA's History from its Early
Days and Its Development of Traditions Over the Years
State President Logan Dubil Welcome Letter:
Click this link for a full copy of the State President's letter to
advisers and members.
SLW Financial Information:
Invoices will be issued separately to the chapter adviser for SLW
registration and for SLW lodging.
Purchase orders will be accepted; however, full payment must be received
by October 20, 2018.
Chapters will not be permitted to attend the SLW with a "balance due"
for SLW costs.
Contact Bruce Boncal if credit card payment options are necessary.
Cash is not accepted for registration fees or lodging; all payments must
be made by credit card, check, or ACH.
Coordinator Update #1
SLW Registration and Lodging Procedures
Email Announcing Opening of SLW Registration and Lodging
Final Schedule (last year's final schedule)
Click the thumbnails below for a full-size
PA FBLA Summer 2019 Alaska Cruise/Tour: PA FBLA offers
another opportunity for summer travel . . . to Alaska in July
2019. Janet Skiles is your point of contact and travel host for
this adventure. Click the link for more information and standby for more
information from her.
2018-2019 Event Topics:
The following events are impacted by these topics: 3D Animation,
Broadcast Journalism, Business Ethics, Business Financial Plan, Coding &
Programming, Computer Game & Simulation Programming, Digital Video
Production, E-business, Emerging Business Issues, Graphic Design,
Introduction to Business Presentation, Mobile Application Development,
Public Service Announcement, Publication Design, Social Media Campaign,
Special Video Projects: Pennsylvania FBLA will offer
two special video projects this year for members to demonstrate their
digital video skills and earn the right to attend the State Leadership
Conference in April.
Project 1 will focus on promoting the state project, The Leukemia and
Lymphoma Society. There will be a late November deadline.
Project 2 will be to develop a video to promote the PA FBLA State
Leadership Workshop at the Kalahari Resort. The deadline will be
early January 2019 to enable creators to capture footage,
interview participants, etc., while at the SLW in early November.
For both projects, three individuals/teams will be invited to attend the
SLC in Hershey.
Project 1 Guidelines: State Project Promotion
Project 2 Guidelines: 2019 State Leadership Workshop Promotion
Form for Special Video Projects
Competitive Events Changes: Watch for announcements
regarding competitive events changes impacting the region
conferences and state conference.
New Website Design: There will soon be a new look to
the PA FBLA website. Stay tuned.
2018-19 Membership Processing
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
State Project Information
How to Start/Reactivate an FBLA
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.
PA FBLA Virtual Chapter Membership
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
* Develop competent, aggressive business leadership
* Strengthen the confidence of students in themselves and their work
* Create more interest in and understanding of American business
* 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
* 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
I will seek to improve my community by contributing my efforts and my
resources to worthwhile projects.
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
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
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
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.
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