About FBLA-Middle Level, the middle school division of Future Business Leaders of America
The FBLA-Middle Level program introduces junior high and middle school students to the world of leadership and business with career exploration, community service, and immersive educational programs.
Students gain an appreciation of business and the free enterprise system through a variety of leadership programs, community service projects, and educational activities.
FBLA-Middle Level Competitive Recognition
What's the best way to instill an appreciation of business into your junior high and middle school students? Help them earn recognition and awards by competing in a broad range of business and career-related academic competitions for junior high and middle school — you'll build their business-related skills and their confidence level at the same time.
Education and Career Exploration Programs
Junior high and middle school students expand their understanding of the business world through a number of cocurricular educational programs. Students take part in job shadow programs, American enterprise projects, and community service activities. Plus, complement your curriculum with personal finance and career exploration programs.
FBLA-Middle Level Awards and Recognition Programs
FBLA-Middle Level members earn recognition on the local, state, and national levels with the Middle Level Achievement Program (MAP). This unique program rewards junior high and middle school members with recognition when they complete a variety of activities in the areas of service, education, and leadership. It's a great way to involve your junior high and middle school students in their school, community, and economy.
Join FBLA-Middle Level
If you're interested in developing the leadership, communication, and teamwork skills of your junior high and middle school students, FBLA-Middle Level is the organization for you. Start an FBLA-Middle Level chapter today.
View the FBLA State Chapters.