FBLA-Middle Level Achievement Program (MAP)
Give your middle and junior high school students the recognition they deserve with the Middle Level Achievement Program (MAP). This three-level program helps students build their leadership skills and expand their knowledge of business terms, vocabulary, and concepts:
Entrepreneur Level—Focus on basic business skills, introduction to community service, and FBLA-Middle Level involvement at the local level.
Business Level—Build on Level 1 activities and get more involved in chapter activities, develop intermediate business skills, and become leaders in the community.
Enterprise Level—Sharpen chapter and leadership activities, advance business skills, and increase visibility through community and school leadership activities.
Members receive pins as recognition for their accomplishments.
Entry deadline: March 1
How to Participate in the Middle Level Achievement Program (MAP)
Advisers assign the MAP activities to students. After the activities are completed and verified by the local chapter adviser, the entries and supporting documentation are submitted online.
More information is located in the FBLA-Middle Level Chapter Management Handbook (CMH).
Students must be members of the FBLA-Middle Level division. Start a chapter today.
Recognition for the Middle Level Achievement Program
Upon successful completion, FBLA-Middle Level members receive pins as recognition for their accomplishments.
- Pins for Level 1 and Level 2 are sent to the local chapter adviser. The adviser can recognize the students at a local awards ceremony or at a local FBLA-Middle Level event.
- Pins for Level 3 will be sent to the state chairman or state adviser to award at the district or the state leadership conference.