Scholarship and National Recognition Opportunities for Members

Are you looking for a way to bridge your success into the next phase of life after high school? If so, then a great place to start with is learning about the diverse set of scholarships that FBLA has available for members. In addition to providing sources of income for college ventures, scholarships also provide awesome opportunities to be recognized for achievements. FBLA helps its members. In particular, FBLA offers scholarships and recognition awards for college programs and supplemental educational programs.

The following list entails the available scholarships available for members. Click the link on each segment of the list for more information about a particular scholarship. You may also vist www.fbla-pbl.org to learn more about available scholarships.

 

Arizona State University

Barton College

Berkeley College

Catawba College

Central Christian College of Kansas

Champlain College

Cumberland University

FBLA Distinguished Business Leader

FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising

Horizons School of Technology

Johnson & Wales University

Knowledge Matters

LifeSmarts & the National Consumers League

Milwaukee School of Engineering

Minerva Schools at KGI

Morrisville State College

National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS)

National Technical Honor Society (NTHS)

Northwood University

NSU & Razor’s Edge Scholars Programs

Penn Commercial Business/Technical School

Pittsburgh Technical College

Ringling College of Art and Design

Southern New Hampshire University

The Art Institutes System of Schools

University of the Ozarks

Webber International University

Wesleyan College

 

Also, be sure to keep in mind scholarship opportunities available specifically for Georgia FBLA members because Georgia FBLA offers members $10,000 in scholarships each year.

Furthermore, also be on the lookout for national recognition and awards due dates. Submissions for Business Achievement Awards will be due starting in March. Keep in mind that you will receive national recognition for earning the America Level Award.

  • LEAD- due March 1st
  • Future, Business, and Leader Levels- due March 1st
  • America Level- due April 25th

Community Service Awards (CSA) submissions are also right around the corner! Be sure to get turn in your community service hours on time to be given the opportunity for national recognition at NLC this summer.

  • CSA Community- 50 hours, due March 1st
  • CSA Service- 200 hours, due March 1st
  • CSA Achievement- 500 hours, due April 25th

FBLA has a wide range of opportunities for members to find success. Use this information wisely, and do not be afraid to apply yourself!