FBLA Education Partner Programs

FBLA partners with numerous organizations to create and promote educational programs and curriculum. This content provides members with unique opportunities to practice the skills and knowledge they are learning in high school classrooms. If you have additional questions or would like to provide an educational program to FBLA members, email Becky Grant.


American Management Association (AMA), Operation Enterprise

Association of International Certified Professional Accountants

Boston University School of Hospitality Administration

Capsim Management Simulations, Inc.

CareerSafe Online®

Certified Internet Web Professional (CIW)

Champlain College

Competition University New!

Cornell SC Johnson College of Business

Crimson Education

Destinations Career Academies and Programs

FBLA & March of Dimes Service Learning Curriculum

FBLA-PBL School Store Manual

Foundation for Economic Education

Grandfather Lessons New!

iFOLIO

Illinois Tech Stuart School of Business

Intuit Education New!

Isograd

Johnson & Wales University

Junior Tours

Knowledge Matters

Lead4Change (formerly Lead2Feed) Student Leadership Program

LifeSmarts.org & the National Consumers League

March of Dimes

MBA Research & Curriculum Center

Men’s Wearhouse

myOptions

National Association of Parliamentarians (NAP)

National Organizations for Youth Safety (NOYS)

National Technical Honor Society (NTHS)

Opus College of Business at the University of St. Thomas

Stock Market Game

Tallo formerly STEM Premier

TestOut

The Academies at Harvard New!

The School of Business at Stevens Institute of Technology

Unreal Campaign


 

American Management Association (AMA), Operation Enterprise

Operation Enterprise, the young adult leadership division of American Management Association (AMA), is the premier leadership development program for high school and college students, and early career professionals. Operation Enterprise offers customized programs to youth organizations that are available throughout the year. Any of the business and leadership content can be tailored to your audience, goals, objectives and time limitations.

The top AMA speakers and senior executives present highly interactive and practical workshops on Leadership, Negotiation, Communication, Presentation Skills, Job Readiness and other important business topics. Based on the program format, other activities are available.

NEW! AMA’s Job Readiness hands-on 1-day program for college students, recent graduates and aspiring young professionals who want to jump-start a thriving new career and to smoothly transition from education to workplace. Learn more here.

For more information, visit Operation Enterprise or call 1.800.634.4262

Association of International Certified Professional Accountants

AICPA via StartHereGoPlaces.com®, introduces students to careers in accounting and helps them envision the steps to becoming a CPA. Students can access testimonials from college accounting students as well as practicing CPAs, create their FutureMe, explore potential universities and even create customized resources through a personalized College Checklist.

Start Here, Go Places also provides supplemental resources to assist educators and further engage students in accounting. We offer educators an exclusive portal to exchange ideas and best practices with fellow teachers and obtain additional classroom resources and lesson plans. We have even created an interactive game called Bank On It™ to put the accounting principles students are learning in the classroom to the test.

To learn more about StartHereGoPlaces.com® and how to incorporate its resources into your classroom startheregoplaces@aicpa.org.

Boston University School of Hospitality Administration

Boston University is the fourth-largest independent university in the United States with more than 33,000 students at its urban campus in Boston, MA.  Hospitality doesn’t offer just any career; it’s the world’s fastest-growing industry, encompassing travel, hotels, food service, and entertainment. Above all, it’s about people. And it offers dozens of worldwide career paths to success.

In this dynamic field, graduates of the Boston University School of Hospitality Administration have a head start. Their remarkably high job-placement rates and starting salaries prove it. So do the thousands of SHA alumni in leadership roles throughout the industry and around the world.

In SHA’s full-time, four-year bachelor’s degree program, students learn how to manage a staff, set prices, market a hospitality business, and much more, all using the latest technology. Our curriculum is carefully crafted and frequently reviewed by industry professionals who know what it takes to become a successful hospitality manager. And, now recent graduates from liberal arts, non-business, or other business backgrounds can launch their hospitality management career with our one-year Master of Management in Hospitality program.

Capsim Management Simulations, Inc.

Capsim develops simulations that bring business learning to life. For over thirty years, Capsim has been a global leader in simulation-based technology that provides experiential learning opportunities to assess and develop the key skills that students need in today’s business landscape.

From technical skills to soft skills, Capsim’s suite of web-based business simulations and assessments can provide your students with the all-encompassing development necessary to continue their education or start their career.

Our four main high school solutions include our entry-level domestic business simulation CapsimCore, our entry-level international simulation CapsimGlobal, our simulation-based soft skill assessment CapsimInbox, and our online peer/group assessment tool TeamMATE.

To request a demo to explore our solutions, please contact Matthew Shell.

Phone:
312.477.7271

CareerSafe Online®

No Job is Worth a Young Worker’s Life.  To this end, we have trained over 1.2 million students in hopes of alleviating all youth workplace fatalities and injuries.  CareerSafe® provides online safety training including OSHA 10-Hour training, cyber safety awareness training, and interview skills training courses.  We are committed to offering affordable, informative, and innovative online safety training so students may earn nationally recognized employment credentials and separate themselves from the pack. CareerSafe® courses are also designed to give educators the ability to implement our programs for their classroom needs.  Our courses are the lowest cost in the marketplace to ensure all students can learn our invaluable safety methods and teachings.  Funding and scholarship opportunities are available.  Don’t forget to select FBLA when checking out!

Certified Internet Web Professional (CIW)

Having issued more than 160,000 professional certifications and trained more than 1 million students and professionals worldwide, CIW offers the world’s fastest growing vendor-neutral Web technology education and certification programs for students and professionals.

More than a certification or a curriculum publisher, CIW has become the educational standard adopted by thousands of universities, colleges, high schools, businesses, and government agencies worldwide for Web technology skills. CIW includes applications and competencies, but the core curriculum focuses on the foundational standards of the Web, including Internet business, networking, Web design, Web development, and Web security.

Headquartered in Tempe, Arizona, with satellite offices in Ireland and Japan, plus a worldwide reseller network, CIW products bring learners of all ages the knowledge and skills essential to success in the modern workplace.

Visit http://www.CIWcertified.com for more information.

Champlain College

Stiller School of Business at Champlain College

Founded in 1878, Champlain College is a private, career focused institution overlooking Lake Champlain in Burlington, Vermont, with additional campuses in Montreal, Canada, and Dublin, Ireland. We offer a personalized, highly sought after education where students learn to be global citizens through our nationally recognized Core (general education) and our Up-Side-Down curriculum that gets them into their majors on day one.

As an AACSB accredited institution, the Stiller School of Business offers a robust internship program that prepares students to create positive change in the world and thrive in their professions. Stiller School of Business offers a $3,000 to $10,000 scholarship for first-year FBLA members through its Build Your Own Business (BYOBiz) Center for Excellence.

For the third year in a row, Champlain was named a “Most Innovative School” in the North by U.S. News & World Report‘s “America’s Best Colleges” 2018 regional rankings and listed among The Princeton Review’s “The Best 381 Colleges” in 2018.

Competition University New!

Competition University Helps Students Shine at Competition!
CU’s online courses have the specific content FBLA competitors need to help them advance in their role play events and objective tests. CU’s Prep Track courses contain lessons, glossaries, games, quizzes, cases, and practice exams, making FBLA preparation a mouse click away, conveniently accessible at any time. Students who dive into the course created for their competitive event will build confidence, knowledge and skills to succeed at competition. Learn More about Individual & School enrollment. Watch this overview. Visit CompetitionUniversity.com to see the growing list of courses, find the order form or enroll directly into a course.
* If CU’s content conflicts with the FBLA Competitive Event Guidelines, the Guidelines prevail.

Cornell SC Johnson College of Business

Cornell University is an ivy-league institution that places an emphasis on students learning across multiple disciplines, and the SC Johnson College of Business is no different. The Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management provides a unique business education that puts students in a position to succeed in a changing world. The School of Hotel Administration is an accredited business program that sees business through the lens of hospitality. At Cornell University business is more than management and finance; it’s about changing the world and paying attention to service. Join us for virtual information sessions every other Wednesday throughout the fall to learn more!

Crimson Education

Crimson Education is a global education company that provides a full-suite of first-class university consulting services to help students achieve their maximum potential. Since its inception, it has helped countless students secure offers from Top 50 universities, including every Ivy League school and Oxbridge, and receive over $68M worth of financial aid and scholarship funding.

Crimson takes a holistic approach to college consulting, offering students academic & standardized tutoring, extracurricular and leadership mentoring, and application assistance to stand out in an increasingly competitive admissions environment. With a network of over 2,500 mentors and tutors around the world and a technology-driven model, Crimson connects students with experts that fit their unique background and interests.

Whatever your goals for college and beyond, Crimson can provide the guidance and resources necessary to connect you to success. Visit crimsoneducation.org and learn more about how Crimson can help you achieve your dreams!

Destinations Career Academies and Programs

Destinations Career Academies are tuition-free online high schools that combine traditional academics with courses in high-demand career fields like IT, Marketing, Business, and Health Care.  Extracurricular activities, such as projects and competitions, help prepare students to be ready for wherever life takes them after high school—into college or straight to the workforce.

  • Find your passion by exploring a variety of career electives
  • Prepare for exams for industry-recognized certification such as the ACT’s National Career Readiness Certificate
  • Participate in a Career and Technical Student Organization like FBLA
  • Earn college credits on select courses while in high school
  • Enter college ready to concentrate on the career of your choice
  • Programs and career fields vary by academy; but include Information Technology, Health Science, Business Management, Finance, Marketing, Manufacturing, Agriculture, Architecture and Construction, Education and Training, and Hospitality & Tourism

Visit www.k12.com/Destinations for more information.

FBLA & March of Dimes Service Learning Curriculum

The March of Dimes and FBLA-PBL have teamed up to become involved in the service learning movement that is sweeping the nation. This movement integrates classroom learning with community service, a process that career and technical education has traditionally developed and supported though its local and nationwide community service programs. Student achievement is assessed on related projects as an integral part of the curriculum.

FBLA-PBL School Store Manual

Do you run a school store or would you like to start one? Through a partnership with the Raymond Geddes Company, FBLA-PBL has developed a school store manual complete with tips, do’s and don’ts, and the necessary forms to make your business venture a success.

Foundation for Economic Education

Foundation for Economic Education (FEE)

The Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) is a non-political, nonprofit educational organization trusted since 1946 to captivate and inspire tomorrow’s leaders with sound economic principles, real-world applications, leadership and success skills, while encouraging an entrepreneurial spirit.

  • Students 14–17 Attend exciting, top rated 3-day summer camps bringing together top students, business leaders, and professors for a life-changing experience for only $79 including tuition, all meals, and dorm housing.
  • Students 18–26 Explore a 3-day seminar or FEE’s annual conference (FEEcon) offering unique tracks, networking, internship and apprenticeship opportunities in a fun and relaxed atmosphere (stipends available).
  • Educators & FBLA Advisors-
    • Bring FEE to your high school at no charge with a fun 4-hour introduction to college-level economics with a dash of political science and philosophy.
    • Receive Free Books for each student that introduce economics in a new light rarely found in traditional textbooks (teacher guides included).
  • Explore free courses, workshops, videos, articles and more at FEE.org/educate.

Grandfather Lessons New!

Lessons From My Grandfather: Wisdom for Success in Business and Life By Marc Demetriou

Lessons From My Grandfather shows how you can achieve success and fulfillment in life by following 15 timeless principles handed down by the authors grandfather.

An Ellis Island immigrant, Charlie left his country at just 16 with nothing but a bag full of dreams, his wits, and the desire to succeed. Through his steadfast willingness to work hard, and a determination to control life rather than allowing it to control him, Charlie succeeded on his own terms, finding happiness and financial security.

Demetriou tells Charlie’s inspirational story, then applies his lessons to today. The result provides both clarity and vision for helping you recognize your unique talents, along with lifelong principles that will allow you to identify and reach your goals in life and business.

 

iFOLIO

Fifteen seconds may be all the attention your résumé gets according to a Microsoft Study. When it comes to college admissions or a job application this can mean bad news. What if there was a way to separate yourself from the competition and turn that 15 into 120 seconds or even more? This can happen with an iFOLIO digital portfolio.

iFOLIO is an Electronic Career Portfolio that brings your story to life with photos, videos, and media, but is unique because it targets the criteria college admissions care about. iFOLIO has helped students in China, Germany, Panama, United Kingdom and the United States.

Today, iFOLIO users have been admitted to Ivy League universities, received scholarships valued at over one hundred thousand dollars, received on-the-spot job offers, and even been drafted to the NFL.

Illinois Tech Stuart School of Business

As a part of Illinois Tech, Stuart School of Business in Chicago shares the university’s emphasis on applied, technology-focused education. Stuart is committed to providing its graduates with the expert academic knowledge, interpersonal skills, and professional experiences that are critical to academic and career success.

Stuart’s curriculum offers hands-on instruction that prepares students for careers in finance, management, public administration, or marketing. The Knapp Entrepreneurship Center, Entrepreneurship Academy, and dozens of other programs offer networks, resources, and opportunities for students to learn and apply business fundamentals and entrepreneurial thinking in a wide range of settings and activities.

Stuart students work and study alongside engineers, scientists, programmers, and architects every day. As a result, they learn how to collaborate within—and to lead—interdisciplinary teams in projects to solve real-world problems using technology-driven innovation.

Prepare for your career at the leading edge of high-tech business at Illinois Tech!

Intuit Education New!

Intuit believes every student deserves a prosperous life, but the path to prosperity is not easy for all. Half of small business 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 financial crisis.

Intuit Education is committed to changing the story by providing free financial and career readiness programs. Using real-world tools like TurboTax, Mint, 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.

Connect with us and together we will reimagine what school could be!

 

Isograd

Isograd is the developer and editor of the TOSA skills assessment and certifications. The TOSA (Test On Software Applications) certification is an internationally recognized standard and includes TOSA Office – (desktop applications including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook), TOSA Digital, (digital skills including Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and DigComp), and TOSA Code, (programming languages including PHP, Java, C# and HTML5/JavaScript/CSS).

The TOSA certification exam is a proficiency-based and adaptive platform that delivers a more accurate evaluation of a student’s true skills; providing them superior college and career readiness. Our unique and innovative technology is used by more than 5,000 academic institutions and companies in over 30 countries with over 1,000 tests taken every day.

We were founded in 2010 and have offices the United States, Canada, France, UK and the Netherlands. We have 1,100 authorized testing centers in 12 countries.

Johnson & Wales University

As one of the first colleges founded by two women, Gertrude Johnson and Mary Wales, a progressive, experiential education, approach to learning is at our core. Since 1914, our goal has been for students to make the most of their time —to bring out their potential and turn it into a career.  You will be immersed in a curriculum specifically targeted to your field, paired with a diverse liberal arts balance to prepare you in a range of professional fields.

A private, nonprofit, accredited institution with 13,000 graduate and undergraduate students enrolled in Providence, North Miami, Denver, and Charlotte, we have cultivated a supportive environment where students and faculty work to bring out the best in each other.

FBLA members are eligible for JWU scholarships up to full tuition. Complete an application to JWU and indicate FBLA membership to be automatically considered for our National Student Organizations scholarship program.

Phone:
800.342.5598 ext. 2345

Junior Tours

Inspire your students by planning an exciting and educational trip to New York City, Chicago or Atlanta.  Sponsoring a business related tour to any of the any of these cities is the best way to boost the enrollment and spirit in your FBLA chapter.  Junior Tours will arrange an all-inclusive tour packages at an affordable price. Chaperones travel free.

Phone:
800-631-2241

Knowledge Matters

Important note: There will be no live competition at the NLC this year. All rounds take place online. 

Knowledge Matters is sponsoring the Virtual Business Finance Challenge, a newly recognized official competitive event. This event will be based on the Virtual Business–Personal Finance Online simulation. FBLA members will use the simulation to test their skills at managing their own financial lives and will compete against students across the country.  Members will experience real world financial issues such as budgeting, saving, opening bank accounts, getting a credit card, monitoring credit scores, education and advancement, online banking, paying taxes, finding a job, insurance, and more.

There will be two qualifying rounds held via the Internet during the school year:

  • October 22, 2019 (10:00 a.m.  EST) – November 15, 2019 (5:00 p.m.  EST)
  • February 3, 2020 (10:00 a.m.  EST) – February 28, 2020 (5:00 p.m.  EST)

The top 20 nationally ranked teams from each qualifying round will qualify to compete in a virtual final round to take place online in May. Only one team per state per round may qualify.

MoreRegister for the Virtual Business Finance Challenge.

EmailVBCCentral@KnowledgeMatters.com

Knowledge Matters is sponsoring the Virtual Business Management Challenge, an official competitive event. This event will be based on the Virtual Business–Management Online simulation. FBLA members will use the simulation to test their skills at managing their own manufacturing business and will compete against students across the country.  Members will experience real world business concepts such as recruiting, hiring and supervising employees, productivity and efficiency, sales, risk management, and more.

There will be two qualifying rounds held via the Internet during the school year:

  • October 22, 2019 (10:00 a.m.  EST) – November 15, 2019 (5:00 p.m.  EST)
  • February 3, 2020 (10:00 a.m.  EST) – February 28, 2020 (5:00 p.m.  EST)

The top 20 nationally ranked teams from each qualifying round will qualify to compete in a virtual final round to take place online in May. Only one team per state per round may qualify.

MoreRegister for the Virtual Business Management Challenge.

EmailVBCCentral@KnowledgeMatters.com

 

Lead4Change (formerly Lead2Feed) Student Leadership Program

Empowered to Lead. Inspired to Serve. Lead4Change is a FREE, fully funded leadership program reaching middle and high school students a proven process to become passionate, service-minded leaders for life. Lead4Change provides teachers with lessons aligned to Standards, 21st Century Skills and Project Based Learning. All Teacher and Student lessons, Pacing Guide and Project Ideas are all available online. The lessons are leadership driven with activities centered on the challenge of solving any community service need (your March of Dimes project qualifies). Student teams can enter the Lead4Change Leadership Challenge to win prize money for their non-profit organizations and technology products for their school. Learn more: Visit www.lead4change.org to register.

LifeSmarts.org & the National Consumers League

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.

FBLA teams may compete on the LifeSmarts website where they will have the opportunity to win monthly “TeamSmarts” challenges and compete against other chapters for the right to represent FBLA at the National LifeSmarts Championship each April.

LifeSmarts is a program of the National Consumers League, which was founded in 1899 and is America’s pioneer consumer organization.

Note: This program is a separate activity from the LifeSmarts competitive event.

Phone:
202-835-3323

March of Dimes

The Mission of the March of Dimes is to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth, and infant mortality. Together, March of Dimes and FBLA-PBL are fighting premature birth. It’s the #1 killer of babies and it costs American businesses $12 billion annually.

For 40 years, FBLA-PBL and the March of Dimes have partnered to raise money in support of the March of Dimes’ mission and to date, FBLA-PBL has raised over $15 million.

As an incentive to chapters, the March of Dimes provides national awards to the FBLA-PBL chapters and states that raise the most money.

In addition, the March of Dimes provides grants to states and chapters seeking assistance for a March of Dimes activity/project in support of the March of Dimes partnership; and to identify and support innovative ideas and projects that enhance the growth, recognition, and support of FBLA and the March of Dimes partnership.

All states and chapters are eligible to apply for a March of Dimes grant. Grants may not be used for equipment purchases, they are designed to support programming or activities to enhance our partnership with the March of Dimes. Program or activity grant proposals must be designed to be accomplished by December 31, 2019. Grant recipients must complete an outcome-based project report that can be submitted to the March of Dimes and are encouraged to have it be in the form of a workshop, article, or project that can be reproduced and shared with other chapters and states (recipients will have 18 months to complete a workshop, article or project).

Local chapters may receive grants up to $1,000. State chapters may apply for grants up to $2,500. Applications will be evaluated by a panel of judges and acknowledged at the National Leadership Conference. Grants must be postmarked by January 15.

MBA Research & Curriculum Center

MBA Research is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) FBLA partner focused on building strong, research-based connections between the business community and our business administration programs. Established in 1971, it is operated by a consortium of state education departments. Its systems approach to the teaching of business includes:

  • Listening to the business community to understand what matters most in curriculum for future business leaders
  • National, research-based business administration curriculum standards that provide a framework for high-quality business programs (free).
  • Curriculum design to identify learning outcomes most likely to help students prepare for real-world careers in business.
  • Instructional support to help both students and teachers with learning tools that focus specifically on developing key understandings and skills.
  • Proof-of-learning via industry-sponsored certifications and other assessments, recognitions, and documentations.

MBA Research offers both free and cost-recovery materials for classroom teachers, including:

Men’s Wearhouse

Men’s Wearhouse offers FBLA advisers our classroom seminar program, “How to Dress for Success, First Impressions are Everything.” Our seminar covers preparing for an interview, selecting appropriate professional apparel for men and women and avoiding common interview mistakes. We’ll visit your classroom or provide you with a link to download Do-it-Yourself support materials to conduct our seminar program at your own convenience. This year’s program will be offered to Chapter Advisers in two formats:

  1. A local representative conducting a classroom seminar (travel or staffing limitations may preclude this option).
  2. A self-service kit for conducting the seminar on a do-it-yourself basis.

For more information on either option, please contact your local Men’s Wearhouse representative or to be put in touch contact us at the e-mail below.

myOptions

MyOptionsTM, a non-profit education organization, is the nation’s largest free online college and career planning program. Through our specialized voluntary platforms such as MyCollegeOptions®, myOptions offers free assistance and valuable resources to millions of students, their families, educators, and mentors nationwide.

All participating high school students receive a free college planning account, which links them to colleges, universities and scholarships that fit their individual needs and interests. They will also have access to valuable information about different types of colleges, career paths, paying for college, free ACT/SAT test prep, college application process, and much, much more.

Educators that participate in the program will have access to a district report, school report and individual student reports, which reflect student post-secondary plans.

National Association of Parliamentarians (NAP)

NAP is the largest professional nonprofit association of parliamentarians in the country. It provides education and training in using parliamentary procedure to facilitate fair and efficient meetings. The examination for membership is based on Robert’s Rules of Order in Brief (2nd edition) and is available online. National dues for full-time students are $37.50 and are prorated monthly. National and state dues must accompany your membership application.

Phone:
888-627-2929

National Organizations for Youth Safety (NOYS)

Car crashes and suicide are the number one and number two causes of death, respectively, for teens and young adults in the United States.

National Organizations for Youth Safety (NOYS) invites you to participate in the programs and contests we offer to help change these statistics. Check out NOYS.org to learn more about our programs including:

  • Youth Interactive Traffic Safety Lab, a national hands-on, experiential education event held in October
  • Youth Correspondents, a national network of youth communicators who creatively share safety messages
  • Seat Belts Save, a national competition designed to increase seat belt use by teens
  • Reality Check, resources designed to inspire conversations between teens and adults on the dangers of underage drinking and driving
  • Global Youth Traffic Safety Month, a national observance held each May, led by teen advocates

Visit NOYS.org for resources and tools to equip you in youth-led initiatives to promote teen and young adult safety in your school and community.

National Technical Honor Society (NTHS)

The National Technical Honor Society currently serves thousands of FBLA-PBL and other CTSO members while awarding over a quarter of a million dollars in scholarships to members annually. NTHS honors the achievements of top Career and Technical Education (CTE) students, encourages the pursuit of higher education, and cultivates excellence in today’s highly competitive, skilled workforce. For over 30 years, NTHS has been the acknowledged leader in recognizing outstanding student achievement in CTE programs across the country.
NTHS partners with FBLA-PBL to provide scholarship opportunities to students who are current members of both organizations.
Start an NTHS chapter today!

Phone:
800-801-7090

Opus College of Business at the University of St. Thomas

At the Opus College of Business, our mission is to unlock the talent of future problem solvers and prepare students to be highly principled, global business leaders. The Schulze Innovation Scholarship Program and GHR Fellows Program both offer four-year, full-tuition scholarships for students who share that same passion.  Residing in the Schulze School of Entrepreneurship, the Schulze Innovation Scholarship Program helps entrepreneurial students harness their passion for innovation. A full range of supporting services – including access to seed capital, mentorships and internships, free legal advice and business plan competitions – complement the classroom experience. Designed for future business leaders with a vision of making the world a better place, the GHR Fellows Program immerses business majors in real-world learning. Customized programming delivers transformational leadership skills, including a fully funded study abroad experience, professional coaching and prestigious internships.

 

Stock Market Game

Students in the FBLA-PBL Stock Market Game (SMG) may work individually or in teams of two to five members to build and manage a successful investment portfolio of stocks, bonds, and mutual funds, using a hypothetical $100,000. They track their investments over the course of 15 weeks, receiving valuable opportunities to practice core math, English Language Arts, and research skills as well as fundamental business, economics and social studies content in a real world scenario. To register, login to your my.FBLA-PBL account. Your FBLA-PBL membership must be paid to participate.

Game dates for the Fall 2019 SMG are 9/16/19–12/6/19. The registration deadline is 10/25/19.

The Spring 2020 SMG dates are 2/2/20–4/24/20. The registration deadline is 3/2/20.

The registration fee for each team is $10.95. Students will be ranked by division and winners will be publicized through FBLA-PBL.

Tallo formerly STEM Premier

Tallo is an online platform connecting the next generation of talent (age 13+) with colleges and companies across the country. FBLA members can join FREE and create a digital profile showcasing their skills, talents, and accomplishments. From there, they can share their profile, link up with mentors, and request the FBLA Digital Badge to be recognized as an official FBLA Member on Tallo.

Tallo users also gain access to free resources, tools like our automatic resume generator, and get matched up with over $20 billion in scholarship opportunities.

TestOut

TestOut is the leader in end-to-end online training courseware and performance-based certifications. With quick and easy setup, our award-winning lab simulations give students virtual hands-on experience configuring hardware, setting up and administering secure networks, managing operating systems, and using desktop applications to prepare them for a job and future career.

The Academies at Harvard New!

The Academies at Harvard are intensive five-day academic enrichment programs for high-achieving high school students. The Academies are organized by Harvard Student Agencies, a Harvard student-run corporation committed to bringing rigorous academic experiences to students around the globe. Their Summer Academies offer an unparalleled and challenging academic experience on Harvard’s campus, while their Weekend Academies have traveled to schools around the globe, including in Panama City, Puerto Rico, Austin, and Minneapolis. They offer programs in business, coding, politics and pre-med. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis – apply now!

The School of Business at Stevens Institute of Technology

Founded in 1870 in Hoboken, NJ, Stevens has a long history of education and research that emphasizes creativity, critical thinking, technology and problem solving, preparing students to become entrepreneurial-minded, transformational leaders. Stevens is accredited by AACSB and is nationally recognized for return on investment and career placement—98 percent of students secured full-time career placement upon graduation in 2018, and 90 percent earned paid internships. Stevens is directly across the Hudson River from Manhattan, giving business students endless opportunity to meet and learn from executives in every industry, and offers eight technology-infused business majors that prepare graduates to make an instant impact when they enter the workforce.

Unreal Campaign

Find out the real price of unreal goods. The Unreal Campaign gives you the facts about the dangers of counterfeit products and the importance of trademarks and intellectual property.

FBLA members know the value of a brand—brands help successful businesses to market themselves to consumers and allow those businesses to stand out among competitors. You may know that there are companies out there selling counterfeit goods, but did you know that counterfeiting extends to car parts, cell phones and computer accessories, and even household goods like batteries, makeup, and toothpaste?

The sale of counterfeit goods entails more than just a consumer being scammed—counterfeits degrade public safety, violate workers’ rights, and weaken national economies. Learn how to make smart purchasing decisions—visit the Unreal Campaign website or check us out on social media (@unrealcampaign).