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Phi Beta Lambda

Monday, November 29, 2021

UA-PTC FBLA-PBL Student

The UA-PTC Chapter of Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL) mission is to inspire and prepare students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences.

UA-PTC FBLA-PBL is developing future business leaders

Phi Beta Lambda provides opportunities for college students to develop competencies for business and leadership skills. Phi Beta Lambda is an integral part of the instructional program and promotes a sense of civic and personal responsibility. While the student organization primarily emphasizes business and business-related topics, students of various programs of study may join the organization.

As an FBLA-PBL member, some of the perks are community and professional opportunities. Activities in the community include fundraisers, community service projects, and more! Professional activities include guest speakers, networking opportunities, state and national competitive events, and more! Students who qualify for a national competitive event may receive a scholarship or monetary rewards depending on the event.

For questions, contact John Price, chapter advisor and Instructor of Business at [email protected] or call (501) 812-2842.

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About FBLA-PBL

FBLA-PBL is an American career and technical student organization headquartered in Reston, Virginia. Established in 1940, FBLA-PBL is a non-profit organization of high school (FBLA), middle school (Middle Level), and college (PBL) students, as well as professional members (Professional Division), who primarily help students transition to the business world.

FBLA-PBL is one of the largest student organizations in the United States, with 253,365 members, and the largest career student organization in the world. Local FBLA-PBL chapters are often connected to their school's business education department, and most advisors are business education teachers. It is one of the top 10 organizations listed by the U.S. Department of Education. FBLA's national charity partner is the March of Dimes, and the March of Dimes provides grants of $1,000 for local chapters and $2,500 for state chapters to promote their goals.

For additional information about FBLA-PBL visit, www.fbla-pbl.org.