November is National Prematurity Awareness Month. This is a time to raise awareness for premature births and support for our national service partner – the March of Dimes. One of the best ways you can raise awareness is in your local FBLA chapter. Share with other Middle Level members the importance of preventing premature births.
You can also check off a MAP – Business Level Activity (Community Service Activity Number 2) by creating a flyer about the March of Dimes to hand out at a local chapter meeting to create support and awareness.
A great way to recruit new members is to distribute copies of the Tomorrow’s Business Leader® Magazine to students in your school’s business courses. This will help students learn more about what FBLA is and the programs we offer for members. This will also give them a great insight into the awesome leadership conferences held, the different projects we have, and even the recognition opportunities in FBLA! Start today by handing out the Winter Issue of Tomorrow’s Business Leader®!
Those who are running for state office, want to get ahead in your future careers, or just want to receive recognition at the National Level should complete AMERICA! The America Level of the Business Achievement Awards is the highest level one can complete.
The deadline is April 25, so get a head start and complete Education Activity #10
Go to one of the popular blog sites and start your own blog.
To complete this activity, visit WordPress or Tumblr and begin your own blog!
In honor of Halloween 2016, Bremen High School FBLA hosted their Third Annual Haunted Blood Drive. Eighty-five humans walked through the doors of our Fine Arts Building and attempted to donate! By 2pm, BHS FBLA reached their goal of 64 pints of donated blood! Special thanks to Angela Truelove and her ARC Staff out of Rome, Georgia for helping make this blood drive a success!
A surprisingly small group of students still got their fill of funnel cakes and fried snickers in October when BHS FBLA attended the Fall Motivational Rally in Perry, Georgia. Lots of learning was had too when we reflected on because I said I would message from the keynote speaker.
Joining up with friends from other chapters while riding rides in the park was icing on the cake! A long bus ride there and back, but we made it in one piece (and just a few sunburns).