FBLA-Middle Level Competitive Recognition
Middle and junior high school school students can earn recognition and awards by competing in business and career-related academic competitions.
Competitive recognitions fall into three categories:
Individual and Team events focus on leadership and career development skills, such as public speaking, presentation, and business writing. In addition, students demonstrate skill-specific competencies.
Chapter events recognize overall achievement in managing and growing an FBLA-Middle Level chapter. FBLA-Middle Level chapters may earn the Outstanding Chapter Award of Merit. Chapters receiving this recognition are nominated by their state.
Download the FBLA-Middle Level competitive event guidelines.
How FBLA-Middle Level Competitive Events Work
Examples of academic competition areas include:
Chapter Events—American Enterprise Project, Community Service Project, and Local Chapter Activities Report
Individual and Team Events—Career Exploration, Computer Slide Show Presentation, Desktop Publishing Applications, Keyboarding Applications I, Keyboarding Applications II, Proofreading and Editing, Spreadsheet, and Web Page Creation
Individual Recognition—Outstanding Middle Level Adviser, Outstanding Middle Level Member, and Outstanding Middle Level Supporter
Download the FBLA-Middle Level competitive event guidelines for more details on academic competitions for middle and junior high students. For more information on participating in FBLA-Middle Level Competitive Recognition, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.