It’s easy to integrate FBLA into your classroom. Use these cocurricular educational programs to complement your courses and give your students a real-world understanding of business. Enrich your course content with unique opportunities provided by FBLA’s education partners.
Make sure your students take advantage of FBLA’s academic competitions: the FBLA competitive events program is the pinnacle of the membership year. Students compete in over 60 competitions that cover finance, marketing, technology, and much more. Competitions begin at the state level and culminate at the National Leadership Conference where the nation’s top students are recognized.
The FBLA Business Achievement Awards (BAA) is an intensive leadership development program that recognizes FBLA members for achievements in a variety of career-related projects, goals, and programs. High school students create a portfolio of real-world accomplishments and develop their business and leadership skills across four levels: Future, Business, Leader, and America.
FBLA provides a number of cocurricular education programs for high school classrooms, including American Enterprise Day and the March of Dimes Service Learning Curriculum.
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.