Pennsylvania Future Business
Leaders of America
PO Box 5085, Jersey Shore, PA 17740
570.398.4652 phone/fax |
State Officer E-mail Access
State Leadership Conference
Registration Opens on Friday, December 1, at 5:00 pm
SLC Information Update #1 from Conference Coordinator
17-18 Registration, Lodging, and Commuter Fees Chart
----->Plan A, 2 nights' lodging, 5 meals
----->Plan B, 2 nights' lodging, no meals (meals are optional purchases)
----->Plan C, Commuters --
17-18 SLC Important Dates Summary Sheet
04. Step-by-Step Instructions for:
Lodging Procedures, Plan A
Lodging Procedures, Plan B
----->SLC Lodging Procedures, Plan C
C: Commuter Form
05. Lodging Options: 10 Hershey Area Facilities Will Be
SLC Competitive Events Schedule
SLC Schedule at a Glance
SLC Attendance Guidelines
(identifies those eligible to attend the SLC
based on your region's plan)
09. SLC Chapter Payment Guidelines
Chapter Payment Plan Document
New This Year:
Advisers may schedule single and double rooms only.
Students may be scheduled for single, double, triple, and quad rooms.
No chapter is required to share.
Chapters must account for all students and guest/chaperones on the SLC
registration list by listing them on the Plan A or Plan B lodging forms.
If students are not lodging, they must be listed on the "commuter form."
PA FBLA will not automatically assign students to share rooms for
advisers and students. PA FBLA staff will no longer search the
housing database looking for schools to share sleeping rooms. PA
FBLA will accept pre-arranged room sharing made between advisers of
schools wishing to share.
The following guidelines must be followed:
1. Schools wishing to share must be pre-determined and agreed
upon by all chapters BEFORE submitting the lodging forms.
2. Advisers of sharing schools must communicate with each other to
determine how shared rooms will be organized BEFORE submitted lodging
3. The sharing information must be entered in the SPECIAL
NEEDS/ROOM SHARING CONFIGURATIONS text box on both/all sharing schools
4. Each chapter must submit its own lodging forms.
5. Without the above documentation, sharing will not be permitted.
6. Chapters will be billed for the actual number of individuals in
a room as shown on the Financial Summary/invoice.
7. Lodging placement will be determined by the latest first
submission date of those schools that are sharing.
News Flash! Plan
for PA FBLA Night at the Mohegan Sun Arena, Wilkes-Barre, on Friday
night, February 2, 2018, 7:05 pm, for the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins
vs. Hershey Bears hockey game. Benefits The Alzheimer's Association. All
chapters are welcome to attend! Behind-the-scenes tours
will be arranged closer to the date.
Click here for the flyer regarding the PA FBLA Night at the Mohegan Sun
Arena. Tickets may be reserved for chapter members, advisers,
family members, and friends!
If you are aware of adviser changes at your school or other schools
in your region, please email Bruce Boncal, Executive Director, at
This will ensure that our state and national records are up to date.
Please provide name(s) and email address(es) of the new advisers, or
update us on any retirements, resignations, or transfers that may have
taken place of 2016-17 advisers.
New Advisers -- Register Here:
Want publicity for your chapter and its
Submit your articles to the State Reporter for the first Penn Pal
Digital Newsletter edition. Deadline for the yearly editions is:
Winter Issue Deadline: January 15
Spring Issue Deadline: March 15
Online Submission Form:
Members and Advisers -- join the Monthly
"Elevate Your Future" Webinars Hosted by State Officers
All webinars are held on the 2nd Sunday of every month starting at 8:00
Link to join:
See the following flyer for a list of topics:
Monthly Webinar Topics
| Webinar #1
-- September 10, 2017
|| Webinar #5
-- January 14, 2018
| Webinar #2
-- October 15, 2017
|| Webinar #6
-- February 11, 2018
| Webinar #3
-- November 12, 2017
|| Webinar #7
-- March 11, 2018
| Webinar #4
-- December 10, 2017
2017-18 Membership Processing
The Alzheimer's Association
State Project Information
Special Video: Learn About
2017-2018 State Project: The
Project Theme: "Memories Matter"
Fund Raising Goal: $54,000
Current Total Collected: In Progress
Make all checks payable to: PA FBLA State Project.
Send all checks to:
Mr. Adam Sands
PA FBLA State Treasurer
Wallenpaupack Area High School
2552 Route 6
Hawley, PA 18428
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.
||2017 NLC Awards of Excellence Program Replay:
Complete NLC Awards Winners List
2017 SLC Awards
Awards Winners List