Getting Started with BAA and CSA

Want to get more involved on the national level? Start the Business Achievement Awards program or the Community Service Award program.

What is BAA?

The Business Achievement Awards is a leadership development program for high school students to integrate into classrooms. There are four levels of the BAA: Future, Business, Leader, and America. Each level builds upon previous work and gets increasingly challenging to expand leadership skills and showcase talent.

In addition to the four different levels, each level covers these core activities and concepts: Service, Education, and Progress. Service focuses on activities that improves the school, area, businesses, community, and state. Education prepares members for corporate America and makes them more prepared for futures at college and at work. Progress explores the local, state, and national levels of FBLA-PBL and how they complement one another.

What is CSA?

The Community Service Awards recognizes FBLA members for their extraordinary commitment to community service. It has three levels of recognition, based on cumulative number of hours members contribute.

  • Community – 50 hours
  • Service – 200 hours
  • Achievement – 500 hours

These hours build throughout an FBLA member’s career.

How to Get Started on BAA and CSA

Since advisers are no longer required to register members for BAA and CSA, members work on the activities at the adviser’s discretion. Once a student completes the levels, go to the national page and fill out the appropriate form to submit students for recognition

Click here to visit the national page for both BAA and CSA!

How to Get Membership Awards

For over 15 years, Georgia FBLA has taken the top spot for the largest state chapter worldwide! Thanks to your efforts in membership recruitment, we will continue to be the largest and most involved chapter of FBLA.

Whether you are a new chapter or one with an established reputation at your school, membership recruitment is one of the most daunting tasks of your year. You’ve planned your marketing strategies, sent out your team, and succeeded in reaching your membership goals! Now it’s time to be recognized. With membership awards, you can be recognized at the state level for your success. There are two types of membership awards: chapter and member.

Members can earn:

  • Membership Madness– recruit 5 new members
  • Membership Mania– recruit 10 new members
  • Body Snatchers (ML)– recruit 2 new members
  • Body Snatchers II (ML)– recruit 10 new members

Chapters can earn:

  • Membership Trifecta (NEW)– A combination of three achievements: 100% Class Participation; Membership increase of 20% or 20 members (whichever is achieved first); 5 members complete membership madness
  • 100% Class Participation Award – Recognizes advisers who recruit all students in a single class to become FBLA members.
  • 100% Membership Excellence Awards – Recognizes advisers who recruit all students in all of their classes during the entire year to join FBLA.
  • Market Share Award – Recognizes chapters at schools where a high percentage of a student body joins FBLA.
  • Membership Achievement Award – Recognizes chapters that maintain or increase membership.
  • Local Recruitment of Chapters – Recognizes chapters that charter or reactivate FBLA and ML chapters.
  • Started from the Bottom Campaign – Recognizes our small chapters (less than 20 members in previous year) who increase their membership by at least 10 members.

Good luck with your goals and recruitment efforts! We can’t wait to see your chapter on stage at SLC!

Outstanding Chapter Award

Do you think you have the best chapter? The best members? The best community service projects and programs? Now you can earn recognition for all of your chapter’s success with the Outstanding Chapter Award! In order to achieve the Outstanding Chapter Award, FBLA chapters must complete twenty (20) membership, community service, and education activities listed on the FBLA-PBL website.

This is a great honor, and we encourage all chapters to participate! Click the link below to start on the activities now: http://web.fbla-pbl.org/focrp/ .

 

 

Local Recruitment of Chapters Award

Don’t miss your time to shine this year by helping local schools charter or reactivate local chapters in your area! From the Chapter Planning Guide, the Local Recruitment of Chapters Award “recognizes chapters that charter or reactivate FBLA and Middle-Level chapters.” By receiving this award, you’ll be awarded at all of our conferences. Here are some ways you can get local schools excited about FBLA:

  1. Visit local middle schools and get them excited about the competitions, networking opportunities, and community service work FBLA does. It’s proven that students involved at the middle level thrive in high school.
  2. Check the Georgia CTSO website for schools that have recently deactivated chapters and find ways you can help reactivate and partner with those schools.
  3. Charter a chapter! You can read more about the benefits and how to charter by checking out this article on starting a chapter.

We would also like to take this time and recognize our newly charter and reactivated chapters:

New Chapters:

  • DeKalb Early College Academy
  • Discovery High School
  • Forrest Hill Academy
  • Westminster School of Augusta
  • Greenville Middle School
  • Manchester Middle School
  • Paul D. West Middle School

Reactivated Chapters:

  • Central Gwinnett High School
  • Forsyth Central High School
  • Grovetown High School
  • Harrison High School
  • Jackson County High School
  • Lakeside High School – Evans
  • McIntosh County Academy
  • Norcross High School
  • Quitman County High School
  • River Ridge High School
  • Starr’s Mill High School
  • T.W. Josey High School
  • The Walker School
  • Awtrey Middle School
  • Bear Creek Middle School
  • Bleckley County Middle School
  • Clements Middle School
  • Clifton Ridge Middle School
  • Cook Middle School
  • G.P. Babb Middle School
  • J.P. McConnell Middle School
  • Langford Middle School
  • Lost Mountain Middle School
  • Radium Springs Middle School
  • Sonoraville Middle School

How to get Membership Awards

Chapters can receive membership awards through growth in chapter recruitment and membership. Membership awards are a great way to set goals for your chapter and to achieve chapter recognition. So start working your way to win these chapter awards today! Here are some membership awards:

  • Market Share Award – Recognizes chapters at schools where a high percentage of a student body joins FBLA.
  • Membership Achievement Award – Recognizes chapters that maintain or increase membership.
  • 100% Class Participation Award – Recognizes advisers who recruit all students in a single class to become FBLA members.
  • 100% Membership Excellence Awards – Recognizes advisers who recruit all students in all of their classes during the entire year to join FBLA.
  • Local Recruitment of Chapters – Recognizes chapters that charter or reactivate FBLA and ML chapters.
  • All Star Chapter Challenge Campaign – Recognizes chapters that have at least 100 members, increase their membership by at least 15 members, and, recruit at least 10 Professional Division members.
  • Started from the Bottom Campaign – Recognizes our small chapters (less than 20 members in previous year) who increase their membership by at least 10 members.
  • Master Recruiter – Recognizes members who recruit at least 15 new members by November 1, with special privileges and opportunities at the Fall Leadership Conference.

The deadline for membership awards is April 1st, 2017, but get an early start on those awards today!