Chapter Resources

2020-2021 Nebraska FBLA

2020-2021 National Programs

    • Lead4Change
      Lead4Change is a Leadership Curriculum with a Community Service Framework that produces real change in 6-12 graders.
      Lead4Change Education Consultant: Sarah Carson –   (972) 768 4820
    • Chapter Challenge: Super Sweeps, Non-Stop November, and Action Awareness
    • Middle-Level LEAD program
      Students join Tallo and earn digital badges through this program.The LEAD program offers the opportunity for your students to earn a variety of digital badges throughout this unique leadership development program, in addition to a badge at the completion of each level that may be uploaded to their online leadership profile.If your student is under the age of 13, please have their parent sign this parental consent form
    • Business Achievement Awards
      The Business Achievement Awards (BAA) is a leadership development program for high school students that is easy to integrate into your classroom. The cocurricular activities are aligned to the career clusters, NBEA standards, and FBLA goals.
    • Community Service Awards
      The FBLA Community Service Awards (CSA) recognizes FBLA members for their extraordinary commitment to community service.
    • March of Dimes
      Prematurity Awareness Toolkit for FBLA
    • Facebook Blueprint
    • Intuit Education
      Intuit believes every student deserves a prosperous life, but the path to prosperity is not easy for all. Half of the small businesses fail in the first five years, and the majority of people live paycheck to paycheck, where even a small emergency can send a family into a financial crisis.Intuit Education is committed to changing the story by providing free financial and career readiness programs. Using real-world tools like TurboTaxMint, QuickBooks, and Design for Delight, students gain the confidence to live the lives they want. Because at Intuit, we believe the world only prospers when everyone prospers.
    • LifeSmarts
      LifeSmarts is a national educational competition focused on personal finance and consumer topics. It complements the curriculum already in place in schools and can be used as an activity for classes, groups, clubs, and community organizations. This free program, open to 6th-12th-grade students in the United States, quizzes students about personal finance, health and safety, the environment, technology, and consumer rights and responsibilities.

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