The second week of February is FBLA-PBL Week. Chapters are encouraged to publicize their activities, boost their membership, and gear up for spring events.

FBLA-PBL Week also coincides with National Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month.

This is an excellent opportunity to inform the public about the purpose of school-to-work activities and programs. Here are popular ways to celebrate FBLA-PBL Week:

One Month Before: Sample Proclamation

Get your governor, mayor, or county executive involved in FBLA-PBL Week by having them sign this high-profile proclamation.

Sunday: Share Your FBLA-PBL Story Day

Share your FBLA-PBL story on social media. Tell why you joined, your favorite FBLA-PBL memory, or what FBLA-PBL has done for you. Tag your story on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with #FBLAPBLWeek.

Monday: National Presidents’ Forum & Fight to the Finish

All three division national presidents (FBLA, PBL, and Professional Division) host a live Internet broadcast to kick off FBLA-PBL Week.

Tuesday: Each One Reach One Day

Talk to peers and community members about your FBLA-PBL experiences. And, of course, ask them to join!

Wednesday: Professional Attire Day/Adviser Appreciation Day

Dress for success and share your appreciation for those that teach, lead, and mentor your chapter.

Thursday: Career Awareness Day

Get involved with your Professional Division and connect with community leaders.

Friday: FBLA-PBL Spirit Day

Show your FBLA-PBL pride by posting a group photo to the FBLA-PBL Facebook page and using the hashtag #FBLAPBLWeek on Twitter and Instagram.

Saturday: Community Service Day

Choose a community service project to support. Suggested activities include working with the March of Dimes, volunteering at a homeless shelter, or conducting a blood drive.