The UNK FBLA scholarship provides financial assistance to two incoming freshmen students enrolled in the College of Business & Technology at the University of Nebraska at Kearney. Requirements for the scholarship include a student’s active membership in their high school FBLA chapter and are committed to pursuing a business career. Students without a high school FBLA chapter may apply if interested in a business degree, but first preference will be given to students in FBLA. Non-resident students may also apply. U.S. Citizenship or permanent residency is also required.
Candidates must be pursuing a major in one of the programs in the College of Business & Technology that includes (but is not limited to): Accounting, Finance, Economics, Management, Marketing, Agribusiness, Supply Chain Management, or Secondary Business Teacher Education. A full list of majors can be found at unk.edu/cbt. The scholarship is awarded in the amount of $1,000 for each student in their first year of enrollment at UNK.
You must be admitted to UNK by March 19, 2019 to apply for this scholarship. You must have designated on your admissions application one of the required majors. First consideration will be given to students who submit the scholarship application by March 19, 2019 at 12:00 am CST/11:00 MST. Scholarship applications received after March 19 will be considered based on scholarship availability. The application will close on March 24th for late consideration.
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More than 390 Nebraska students, advisers, and guests recently attended the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) National Leadership Conference in Baltimore, Maryland. Nebraska FBLA members competed June 28-July 1 in 71 competitive events. More than 9,000 FBLA members from 46 states, as well as U.S. territories and international chapters, attended the conference.
During the conference, members participated in leadership workshops, competitive events, and toured the city of Baltimore. This year’s theme was “Elevate Your Future.”
Nebraska members brought home 15 Top Ten awards. Click here to see our Top Ten award winners.
The Nebraska Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) state competitive events were held at the 57th annual State Leadership Conference in Omaha April 5-7.
More than 2,300 students and advisers from 138 Nebraska schools attended the conference with more than 75 chapter, team, and individual events. Students placing first, second, or third in the competitive events qualified to compete at the FBLA National Leadership Conference in Baltimore, Maryland, June 27‑July 2.
The 2018-2019 Nebraska FBLA State Officers are:
Alek Timm of Arlington High School, president
Drake Vorderstrasse of Adams Central High School, vice president
Morgan Mills of Elmwood-Murdock High School, secretary
Kirk Rangel of Arlington High School, treasurer
Olivia Sis of Dundy County Stratton High School, reporter
Bryan Zutavern of Sandhills High School, parliamentarian
A complete list of winners can be found here.
Registration due Wednesday, February 14.
FBLA chapters must complete a total of 5 tasks focused on recruitment and retention. Two (2) activities are required and three (3) are chosen from a list of 8 optional activities.
- Special ribbons for all chapter delegates in attendance at the National Leadership Conference.
- All chapters that complete FBLA Non-Stop November will be listed on FBLA-PBL social media and the national website.
Deadlines for FBLA Non-Stop November
The deadline for submissions is December 10.
Preview the FBLA Non-Stop November Activities
Preview the list of activities.
Congratulations to Cole Tessendorf! Cole, a senior from Lakeview High School, was selected to sing the National Anthem at the 2017 State Leadership Conference opening session. Cole is an active four-year member of Lakeview FBLA. He is a 2-time NLC Qualifier and has served as the local chapter reporter for 2 years. He is the National Honor Society President and is involved in football, speech, track and field, mock trial, and Legion baseball. He sings in the Lakeview show choir, Viking Voices, and was selected for All State Choir in 2016.