Chapter Resources

2021-2022  Nebraska FBLA

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 – sarah@lead4change.org   (972) 768 4820
    • 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.
    • Champion Chapter
      Champion Chapter is a series of membership engagement-focused challenges that chapters may complete for national recognition. By completing activities, chapters accrue points. Completing activities across four sections (to accrue points) will result in Champion Chapter recognition, with a banner for the adviser’s classroom/meeting space or school award case. Additional incentives such as ribbons at conferences, national recognition in publications, and plaques are available.

      Champion Chapter is open to all active chapters. Chapter advisers may access the activity list for each section within the Leadership Community.

      • Summer Starter: August 1 – September 15
      • Shaping Success: September 16 – October 31
      • Service Season: November 1 – December 15
      • CTE Celebration: January 1 – March 1
    • Middle-Level Merit Award Program
      The Merit Award is a membership engagement-focused challenge that chapters may complete for national recognition. By completing activities, chapters work toward filling out a “BINGO” card. In addition, Middle-Level chapter advisers may explore a monthly choice board (found in the Leadership Community) created to offer additional activities. Additional incentives such as ribbons at conferences, national recognition in publications, and plaques are available.

      Merit Award is open to all active chapters. Chapter advisers may access the activity list for each section within the Leadership Community.

      Submit a recap of your activities to the National Center office using this online form.

    • Business Achievement Awards
      The Business Achievement Awards (BAA) are an individual achievement award program for active, paid high school student members in FBLA. Participating students have the opportunity to enhance their leadership skills, expand their business knowledge, contribute to their local communities, and earn recognition by immersing themselves in their school and communities. There are four levels to the Business Achievement Awards.

      • Contributor Award
      • Leader Award
      • Advocate Award
      • Capstone Award
    • March of Dimes
      Prematurity Awareness Toolkit for FBLA
    • 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.

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