Official Dress Overview + Competitive Event Changes

FBLA Official Dress is needed in order to compete in all high school performance events at the Region Leadership Conference (RLC) and State Leadership Conference (SLC). Components of official dress include: navy blue blazer with FBLA patch, dress khaki skirt or slacks or a matching navy blue suit with the FBLA patch, white dress shirt, dress shoes (no boots, sandals, or tennis shoes), and the official blue FBLA necktie.

If a skirt is worn,  ensure it is no more than two inches above the knee. The FBLA patch should be sewn over the left chest pocket. We encourage your chapter to show their Georgia FBLA pride by adopting the official dress uniform of Georgia FBLA. 

Be sure to know your competitive event regulations and rubrics before competing. The following are important alterations to FBLA’s competitive events you’ll want to learn about:

  • The report length for Business Plan has been shortened to 15 pages.
  • Now, the top 20 from the RLC objective test for Future Business Leader will advance to SLC.
  • There has been a performance component added to Local Chapter Annual Business Report at SLC and NLC.
  • In Social Media Campaign, the RLC prejudged component has been replaced with a presentation to a panel of judges.
  • No more super teams are allowed in case study events (Banking & Financial Systems, Entrepreneurship, Global Business, Hospitality Management, Management Decision Making, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Network Design, Parliamentary Procedure, and Sports & Entertainment Management) at SLC or NLC. 

Bronze Level Service: Super Star | Activity 3: Count on FBLA-ML

“Volunteer 5 hours of community service. (Write a brief summary and take a selfie at the community service event).”

Give back to your school or community by volunteering your time whether that be by helping out at a community or school sponsored event or volunteering at your local animal rescue or soup kitchen. Bring a couple of friends and have them help out too!

Be sure to write a summary of your time volunteering in order to share what you did and what you learned from it. Snap a picture at the event to upload and share on social media! One of the core values of FBLA is service, and as an FBLA member, you should always do your best to give back to your community!

BAA Activity of the Week

Future Level:

Activity 1 (Required): Communications/Service Learning

Donate five (5) hours of community service. (Track your hours and service activities)


  • Help a teacher after school
  • Volunteer at a local animal shelter
  • Donate non-perishable items
  • Visit local nursing homes and help residents
  • Volunteer at an after-school program

Getting Ready for American Enterprise Day

On November 15, FBLA-PBL will celebrate it’s annual American Enterprise Day. It can only benefit you to prepare early. So here is a list of things you could  do.

American Enterprise Day Ideas

  • Invite a guest speaker to your school
  • Have students put together a skit to present to the class about the American enterprise system
  • Create an activity booklet
  • Ask local businesses to come and present a small workshop
  • Have students dress up in red, white, and blue
  • Design a bulletin board
  • Create a trivia game about the American enterprise system
  • Create an American Enterprise Day video to show to class on November 15
  • Contact your local news station and have them capture your activities
  • Decorate the school and classrooms

With these tips and ideas, your American Enterprise Day is sure to inspire!

September Fundraiser of the Month

Whether you go to a small town school or have one of the largest student bodies in the state, everyone loves a good game day shirt. This months fundraiser idea is to design your own game day t-shirt.

Everyone likes to show their school spirit on game nights and what better way than to design and sell a game day tee. A fun way to do this is have your chapter members or officers design a shirt that promotes your school and have the school administration in your school system sell them. This will not only maximise your profit but students and parents around your community will be prepared and excited to wear their game day shirt to the next game.