Today’s activity comes from the Business Level BAA
Activity 30 Communications
Attend a community or school meeting, such as Rotary Club, Chamber of Commerce, School Board, Jaycee’s, Kiwanis, PTA, etc.
You can ask your adviser to get you in touch with local community groups or find other school organizations and get involved!
2017 is here, and a new year means new heights with FBLA! While deadlines for BAAs are quickly approaching, here’s a quick activity to complete before the March 1 deadline.
Future Level Activity 11: Accounting
Using a spreadsheet, create a one-month budget for yourself or for your local chapter.
So think about your monthly income and create a budget. Or talk to your adviser and create a budget for your chapter that includes fundraising, conferences, social events, food, and community service giving!
Looking to get a head start on your BAAs before the holidays? Here’s a simple activity that you can do RIGHT NOW to finish your Business Level BAA:
Business Activity 29: Communications/Technology: Use FBLA’s various social media tools. Like the FBLA National Center Facebook page, and follow on Twitter.
Social media is a great way to learn from other chapters, to gain new ideas for you and your school! Once you follow and like the national center, don’t forget to follow Georgia FBLA on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat!
Jenkins County Middle FBLA recently sponsored a Pink Out Day in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Everyone in middle school was able to get out of their school uniforms and have a little more creative freedom by wearing pink for the entire day. FBLA members prepared treat bags containing candy, pink wristbands, and stickers to its members, the school administration, and support staff. The school entrance was decorated with pink balloons. FBLA was also able to provide facts about breast cancer awareness during school announcements. This event was an opportunity for the school to become aware of the disease and support its survivors.
Members of the Emanuel County Institute FBLA Chapter travel to Athens, Georgia to attend the Fall Leadership Conference.
Recently, seventeen Emanuel County Institute FBLA members traveled to the Fall Leadership Conference held in Athens, Georgia on November 16-17 at the Classic Center. On this trip, members were able to participate in many fun activities, such as team building and problem-solving at Escape the Space and touring the University of Georgia’s Sanford Stadium. Aside from the fun and touring of Athens, FBLA members were given the opportunity to attend different leadership workshops, meet new people, prepare for competitions, and even play Monopoly against other FBLA chapters! While at the Classic Center, all members and advisers attending were able to compete for the Statesman Award and Battle of the Chapters. Two students, Jazmiyun Wilson and MacKayla Oglesby, and adviser, Mrs. Jessica Smith, earned the Statesman Award. The Battle of the Chapters team consisted of Abigail Cowart, Jenna Hinson, and MacKayla Oglesby. During the general session, those in attendance were able to listen to an awesome guest speaker, Mr. Bill Cordes. Mr. Cordes educated FBLA members and advisers on leadership, responsibility, and led the audience to believe that you only get out what you put in, or YOGOWIPI. ECI FBLA also received recognition for placing third in the Banner Competition. All members had a great time at the conference and are excited about the upcoming competition season!