Members must complete 10 activities. The form must be submitted by the local adviser by March 1. Pins are sent to local chapter advisers to present at a local awards ceremony or FBLA event.
Complete 3 activities from this section. The first 2 are required.
Activity 1 (Required): Communications/Service Learning
Donate five (5) hours of service to an educational or service organization.
Activity 2 (Required): Communications/FBLA Organization and National Programs
Prepare a bulletin board or display promoting FBLA.
Activity 3 Communications/FBLA Organization and National Programs
Help your chapter adviser(s) with activities to celebrate American Enterprise Day or FBLA-PBL Week.
Activity 4 Communications/Service Learning
Participate on your chapter’s community service project committee.
Activity 5 Service Learning/FBLA Organization and National Programs
Participate in a promotional or fundraising project for the March of Dimes.
Activity 6 Communications/Service Learning
Become a pen pal with a senior citizen, a child in a hospital, a child in another country, or a soldier in the military.
Activity 7 Communications/Service Learning
Write a one-page report on a service organization in your community and present it to your chapter or a business class.
Activity 8 Service Learning
Other-As designated by local adviser.
Complete 3 activities from this section. The first 1 is required.
Activity 9 (Required): Technology/FBLA Organization and National Programs
Complete the FBLA Knowledge Quiz with a score of 92 percent or higher.
Activity 10 Marketing
Complete the advertising slogans worksheet.
Activity 11 Accounting
Using a spreadsheet, create a one-month budget for yourself or for your local chapter.
Activity 12 Career Awareness and Exploration
List at least 5 goals (related to school, career, and personal) and include a description of how you plan to accomplish each one.
Activity 13 Communications/FBLA Organization and National Programs
Read a business article or story from Tomorrow’s Business Leader, FBLA’s national publication for members. Write a one-page letter in proper business format summarizing and reacting to this article. Address the letter to your local chapter adviser.
Activity 14 Career Awareness and Exploration
Write a one-page paper on a business career.
Activity 15 Career Awareness and Exploration
List five (5) personal strengths and one personal weakness. Write a 100-word summary on what you can do to overcome the weakness.
Activity 16 Technology/FBLA Organization and National Programs
Visit http://www.brainbench.com/ and register and take a free certification test.
Complete 4 activities from this section. The first 2 are required.
Activity 17 (Required): Communications/FBLA Organization and National Programs
Bring a friend who is a nonmember to a local chapter FBLA meeting.
Activity 18 (Required): Communications/FBLA Organization and National Programs
Attend at least three (3) local chapter meetings and prepare a one-page paper that includes the date of each meeting and a bulleted list of meeting highlights.
Activity 19 Communications/FBLA Organization and National Programs
Complete the programs worksheet.
Activity 20 Communications/Career Exploration
Invite a business leader to speak at a meeting. Write a letter inviting this businessperson to your meeting.
Activity 21 Communications/FBLA Organization and National Programs
Attend a local chapter activity or event. Prepare a 100-word summary describing this event or activity.
Activity 22 Communications/FBLA Organization and National Programs
Recite the FBLA Creed at a chapter meeting or event and explain your understanding of the Creed as it relates to your future and to the business world in a memo to your local chapter adviser.
Activity 23 Communications/Technology
Text five (5) friends and invite them to the next FBLA meeting. (List the names on the interactive form.)
Activity 24 Communications
Prepare an invitation for students to attend the next FBLA meeting.
Activity 25 Communications/Marketing
Recruit one (1) Professional Division member.