Career & Membership Achievement Program

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The Career and Membership Achievement Program (CMAP) is a comprehensive leadership and membership recognition program for college students. It utilizes PBL projects, goals, and programs to help college students develop their leadership and job skills, with a special emphasis on career development and preparation for the world of work.


Advisers: Share this page with your members and have them complete the activities. Members save their work locally. Once you have verified members have completed the activities, submit this form [form coming soon].

Students: Save and document your work. When you have completed the activities, have your adviser verify your work and submit the award form.

Members work independently through three integrated levels of the CMAP:

Members may complete more than one level per year and must report and log their progress. Each level builds upon previous work, and your students receive recognition when they complete each level. Students must be members of the PBL division. Join today.

Service, Education, Progress: The Core Principles of the CMAP

Each level of the CMAP covers these core activities and concepts:

Service—Uncover the link between a local community and the success of business. Your members focuson activities that improve the member’s school, area businesses, community, and state.

Education—Understand business and the world of work. Your members focus on activities that prepare them for a successful career, develop an appreciation of entrepreneurship, and understand the benefits of lifelong learning. They will network with industry professionals and their peers and will confidently prepare for a successful future.

Progress—Explore the local, state, and national levels of FBLA-PBL and how they complement one another. Your members focus on activities that promote FBLA-PBL at the local, regional/district, state and national levels.

CMAP Level 1: Director

The CMAP Director level focuses on an introduction to community service, career research, and PBL involvement at the local level.

  • Recognition: Pins presented at a local awards ceremony or PBL event.
  • Deadline: March 1
  • Activities: Director Award

CMAP Level 2: Executive

The CMAP Executive level focuses on developing job interview skills, state and national PBL involvement, public relations activities, and leadership skills.

  • Recognition: Pins presented at a PBL state meeting or conference.
  • Deadline: March 1
  • Prerequisite: Director Award
  • Activities: Executive Award

CMAP Level 3: President

This award focuses on total association leadership, business skills, and involvement in community.

  • Recognition: Pins, ribbons, and certificates presented at the National Leadership Conference.
  • Deadline: March 1
  • Prerequisite: Director and Executive Awards
  • Activities: President Award