As the Region Leadership Conferences are coming to an end and the State Leadership Conferences are coming up, it is the perfect time to celebrate your chapter’s winners! Host an RLC Winners party to recognize the members who succeeded in their competitions. Invite both winners, and the rest of the chapter. During the celebration, recognize your region winners and state qualifiers. They deserve credit for all of their hard work. This will put a smile on their faces, and encourage them to study hard so they can succeed at SLC. This will also encourage other members to work harder for next year’s events, and strait to state events.
Category: State Officers
Who’s ready for FBLA Week?
Every year FBLA chapters and members from across the country take time to celebrate and promote FBLA in their schools and community. Use this time to encourage your fellow classmates who are not members to join our organization! This is a great way to reach out to others and bring in new people to get involved! Be sure to start thinking of some great activities you and your chapter can celebrate in order to show off your FBLA chapter to your entire school and community. FBLA week always takes place during the second week of February. This year it will take place from February 2-8th, 2020. Georgia FBLA can’t wait to see what creative ideas you and your chapter will come upon with. Be sure to use the #gafbla when posting FBLA activity on social media.
Middle level members, are you ready to follow your vision at the Middle Level State Leadership Conference? The Middle Level State Leadership Conference is just around the corner and is a great opportunity for middle school students to compete in our statewide competitive events program. You can get excited about networking with you fellow 5-8 grade students, competitive events, and workshops lead by Georgia’s best trainers and state officers.
Here is some information about the 2020 ML SLC.
- When & Where: February 24; Georgia FFA-FCCLA Center, Covington
- Registration Fee: $55 (includes lunch); $45 (non-attendee); $75 (includes housing package)
- Late Fee: $75/$95 (housing package) (January 29-February 4)
- Dues Eligibility Deadline: January 15
- Skills Entry Form Deadline (online): January 29
- Registration/Competitive Event Submission Deadline: January 28
- Late/Substitutions/Changes/Cancellations Deadline: February 4
- State Officer Candidate Application RECEIPT Deadline: January 24
- Chapter of the Year RECEIPT Deadline: February 7
- SKILLS & ONLINE Testing: February 6-7, 10-11
- Payment RECEIPT Deadline: February 7
- Skills Testing RECEIPT Deadline: February 11
- Competitions: All nationally recognized FBLA events, plus state-only ML events
- Where to register: LiveBinder
FBLA Action Awareness is Part 3 of the 3-part Chapter Challenge contest. Super Sweeps is Part 1, and Non-Stop November is Part 2. In order to finish Action Awareness, chapters complete a total of ten activities promoting second-semester recruitment, CTE Month, and FBLA-PBL Week. Activities include planning activities for FBLA-PBL Week and CTE Month, having members complete the Leader Level of the Business Achievement Awards, and organizing a local business tour during second semester. The deadline for submission is March 1. All chapters that complete FBLA Action Awareness will be recognized on FBLA-PBL social media and the national website in addition to receiving a special ribbon for all chapter members attending the 2020 National Leadership Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah. Finish the year strong by completing Action Awareness in order to complete the Chapter Challenge!
“Text two (2) friends and invite them to the next FBLA-ML meeting. (Share the names of the two friends with your adviser).”
It’s a new year, so invite some new friends to your next FBLA meeting! This activity is very easy to complete, and is a great way to get started with LEAD in the new year!