Complete three (3) activities. The first two activities are required.
Activity 1 (Required): Run for local, state, or national office or service as a campaign manager for a state or national officer candidate. Include a link to a 1 minute YouTube video of what motivated you to join PBL, what PBL has done for you, why you ran for office, and one quote that has inspired you.
Upload a copy of a speech and a campaign handout.
Activity 2 (Required): Work with your Professional Division members to get them more involved in your local chapter.
Write a 100-word description of your efforts.
Activity 3: Volunteer to help the March of Dimes, Red Cross, Salvation Army, and Habitat for Humanity, a Homeless Shelter, or another charity or nonprofit organization of your choice.
Include a link to a 30 second YouTube video about your experience and charity.
Activity 4: Raise $100 for the March of Dimes.
Upload a screen shot from your March of Dimes page and a donation sheet that is turned into the March of Dimes.
Activity 5: Help plan and participate in aholiday service project, e.g., food baskets for Thanksgiving, canned food drive, toy drive, or adopt-a-family.
Upload a news release with at least one photo.
Activity 6: Organize a campus-wide community service project. Act as a chair of the committee.
Upload 3 photos and a press release of the event.
Activity 7: Assist a state or national officer with an activity.
Upload a copy of an email or letter from the office that states the activity that you assisted them with.
Activity 8: Apply for the FBLA-PBL NLC internship or to be a NFLC or NLC workshop facilitator.
Upload a copy of the application.
Activity 9: Apply for the March of Dimes Grant for your local chapter.
Upload a copy of the grant application.
Complete four (4) activities. The first two (2) activities are required.
Activity 10 (Required): Create a LinkedIn profile. Join the FBLA-PBL Group.
See profile requirements. Include a link to your profile.
Activity 11 (Required): Recruit at least two Professional Division members for your chapter.
Upload name of member, member id, and contact information.
Activity 12: Set up a mock interview with your schools career services center or a professional member.
Upload your resume and cover letter.
Activity 13: Participate in an internship. Have your internship director write a letter of recommendation.
Upload a copy of the letter of recommendation, and a 300-word description of this experience.
Activity 14: Write a follow-up thank you letter for the job interview that you participated in for this level award or a thank you letter to your internship supervisor.
Upload a copy of the letter.
Activity 15: Research the impact PBL has on members and write a letter to a government official about the benefits students receive from programs like ours. Have your adviser proofread you letter.
Upload a copyof the letter.
Activity 16: Create a promotional YouTube Video
(30 second minimum) promoting the National Fall Leadership Conferences, National Leadership Conference, or a PBL national program.
Include a link to the video.
Complete five (5) activities. The first three (3) activities are required.
Activity 17 (Required): Complete the PBL International Travel Project.
Upload completed project. See instructions online under this activity.
Activity 18 (Required): Secure a letter of recommendation from your local or state adviser on why you are deserving of the President Level.
Activity 19 (Required): Visit at least one school that does not have an active PBL chapter and meet with the dean or the business department and present the benefits of chartering a PBL chapter.
Upload a copy of a thank you letter to the dean that you sent following your meeting and a photo of the event.
Activity 20: Attend the previous year’s NLC or Institute for Leaders.
Upload a 100-word summary about what you learned and include a scanned photo of yourself at the NLC or IFL or a link to a YouTube video that you created based on your experience.
Activity 21: Draft a proclamation, public service announcement, or press release promoting American Enterprise Day, FBLA-PBL Week, or Career and Technical Education Month.
Upload a copy.
Activity 22: Present a workshop at your State Leadership Conference, the National Fall Leadership Conference or the National Leadership Conference.
Upload an outline of your workshop and a scanned copy of the program in which your workshop appeared.