The TREY Project , Through Reaching Every Youth, is this year’s state project,and the purpose is to help members understand the accessibility issues and opportunities for inclusion for students with special challenges and needs. Members will have the opportunity to explore legal requirements, assistive technology practices, and design innovative ways for FBLA members with special challenges to have their time to shine. The TREY Project will include fundraising and raising awareness with the Georgia Tools for Life Program.
Chapters, a great way to get involved with the state project is partnering with related organizations such as CTI (Career & Technical Instruction), Special Olympics, Tools for Life and others. For example, a simple way to partner with a related organization is to help out at the Special Olympics. Whether it is raising money or volunteering at a Special Olympics event, members should get involved and help raise awareness for accessibility issues and opportunities for inclusion.
To access the Georgia FBLA Chapter Planning Guide for 2016-2017, please click HERE.
We have extended the deadline for the presubmission of RLC competitive event to Tuesday, December 1. This is the date that most events must be uploaded or postmarked (Electronic Career Portfolio, Job Interview). This deadline impacts the following events:
- 3-D Animation
- Business Financial Plan
- Business Plan
- Creed – Middle Level
- Digital Video Production
- Electronic Career Portfolio
- Employability Skills – Middle Level
- Graphic Design
- Invention Convention – Middle Level
- Job Interview
- Public Service Announcement
- Public Speaking – Middle Level
- Publication Design
- Social Media Campaign
- Website Design
This deadline extension does NOT apply to high school skills testing event submission. These must still be completed and submitted by November 17.
This deadline extension does NOT impact the RLC registration or payment deadlines. Those deadlines are NOT being extended. All registration (including registration for the events listed above) must still be completed online by November 17 to avoid late registration charges. All payments must still be RECEIVED by December 4.
Let’s extend a huge welcome to our new Georgia FBLA chapters with paid members as of October 1:
- Monsignor Donovan Catholic High School
- Bonaire Middle School
- Callaway Middle School
- Eddie White Academy
- Eighth Street Middle School
- Metter Intermediate School
And welcome back to our reactivated chapters with paid members as of October 1:
- Bryan County High School
- McEachern High School
- Paulding County High School
- Shiloh High School
- Columbia Middle School
- De Renne Middle School
- Gray Station Middle School
- Irwin County Middle School
- Lee County Middle School
- Lovinggood Middle School
- Sandtown Middle School
FBLA/DECA Night with the Hawks will be very interesting this year. FBLA/DECA Night with the Hawks is Friday, December 4. This event features a sports marketing/management speaker series starting at 1:00 pm with Hawks representatives, a promotional competition, and the LA Lakers game. Cost of tickets range from $34 to $64. The FBLA & DECA state officer teams are looking forward to this year’s annual social outing with each other and with YOU!
Registration deadline is November 2, but you don’t want to wait. Please note that registration for this event could close earlier than November 2 if the game sells out. If you plan to attend, please complete this form as soon as possible so that the Hawks can plan for your attendance.
FBLA/DECA Night with the Hawks Flyer
Hawks Pre-Event Sports Marketing Competition – Due November 20 – email to firstname.lastname@example.org