This scholarship award honors FBLA members who have made outstanding contributions to the association at the local, state, and national levels.
An individual event consisting of two parts: a 60-minute production test administered before NLC, and a 60-minute objective test. FBLA members demonstrate that they have acquired word processing proficiency in business.
This individual or team event recognizes FBLA members who have developed proficiency in the creation and design of Web sites. A prejudged project and presentation are required.
This online event encourages FBLA students to test their skills at managing a bike manufacturing business individually or as a team. The VBC has two challenges during the year (fall and spring), and each challenge focuses on different business concepts.
An individual event with a 60-minute production test and a 60-minute objective test. This event recognizes FBLA members who demonstrate that they have acquired skills for spreadsheet development in business.
This team event with a collaborative objective test provides recognition for FBLA members who possess the basic principles of sports management, a core understanding of business and a comprehensive awareness of sports.
Individual or team event with a seven minute presentation focused on using social media as a valuable marketing tool and implementing social media as a crucial component of any strategic marketing plan. Participants use social media and other forms of advertising to present solutions for a new topic each year.
This individual event with an objective test tests FBLA students on the basic concepts of investing, financial planning, the financial services industry, stock markets and mutual funds.
An individual presentation event in which participants sell a product or concept of their choice to the judges. Participants demonstrate proficiency in selling techniques, knowledge of merchandise, and presentation skills.
An individual or team event that consists of a seven minute presentation. The event is to design and present print publications developed for the topic. Topics are released early and change every year.
Upperclassmen wishing to compete in a speaking event ought to consider this event. The students will be challenge to write and perform a 5 minute speech concerning one of FBLA-PBL's goals. When delivering the speech, competitors may use notes prepared before the event.
Students are expected to deliver a 4 minute prepared speech concerning one of the FBLA-PBL goals. This event is confined to underclassmen only. When delivering the speech, competitors may use notes prepared before the event.
This event requires 2 or 3 students for a team. The students are expected to research and form an objective on the topic provided (changes year to year) and create a 30-second video on the topic. Students are encouraged to use pictures and develop a script for presentation.
If you are planning a career in finance, or enjoy working with money, this is the event for you! This test challenges students with questions concerning credit and debt, earning a living (income, taxes), managing budgets, saving and investing, and banking.
This marketing event will challenge students to work closely with a local business. This event requires a report demonstrating the development and implementation of an innovative, creative, and effective partnership plan. The report should include a description of the partnership goals and planning activities, roles of business leaders and chapter members in developing and implementing the partnership, results, concepts learned, and impact of the project.
The perfect event for all of the local and state parliamentarians, Parli Pro challenges students in Robert's Rules of Parliamentary Procedure. . This consists of two parts, an objective test and a meeting presentation. A 60-minute objective test will be administered at the NLC. Questions for the parliamentary procedure principles section of the exam will be drawn from the National Association of Parliamentarians’ official test bank. Students are expected to perform a 7-9 minute presentation. Four to five students are allowed per team. It should be noted that the highest scoring underclassman on the parliamentary procedures exam who submits an officer application and meets all appropriate criteria becomes the new national parliamentarian!
Students will be tested upon general network terminology and concepts, network operating system concepts, equipment for network access (ﬁrewall, WiFi), OSI model and functionality, network topologies and connectivity.
The test will challenge students to precisely follow a complex multi-step procedure; determine the meaning of symbols, key terms, and other domain-specific words and phrases. The presentation event will be judged for a range of collaborating discussions, respond to diverse perspectives, synthesize comments, claims and evidence made on all sides of an issue. Students must demonstrate the ability to make a businesslike presentation. Two or three students are allowed per team.
This event is designed to challenge students in Mobile App creation. The kind of app to be created is changed from year to year. For example, the 2016 NLC topics are to design an app for fashion, style, and attire, and must fit the requirements as listed. The students are expected to submit a source code and screenshots of the QUI in PDF format. (Android, Apple iOS, or Microsoft windows phone are all acceptable platforms). Up to three student may be on a team, but it can be performed by an individual.
This event is perfect for proficient typers to put their skills to the test! This event is as it name sounds. Students should have a fundamental understanding of the Word and Excel environment and the ability to complete tasks independently. They should know and demonstrate the correct application of the principal features of the program.