Competitive events play an integral role in the mission of FBLA‐PBL. They prepare students for successful careers in business by providing opportunities to apply classroom concepts in a workforce‐simulated competitive environment. Members compete to demonstrate career competencies, business knowledge, and job skills as well as expand leadership skills, display competitive spirit, receive recognition for achievement, travel, and network.
In FBLA-Middle Level, members have a variety of chapter events and individual and team events to choose from.
Chapter events include the American Enterprise Project, Community Service Project, and Local Chapter Activities Report. Individual and team events include Career Exploration, Computer Slide Show Presentation, Desktop Publishing Application, Introduction to Business Communication, Keyboarding Applications I and II, and Webpage Creation.
With the diverse variety, it may be hard to choose which event you want to compete in. Below is a guide to help you choose your competitive event.
Would you like to work on a project or report that showcases your business or technical knowledge? Yes - go to #2; No - go to #3
Try American Enterprise Project, Community Service Project, or the Local Chapter Activities Report!
Would you like to work as part of a team? Yes - go to #4; No - go to #5
Try Computer Slide Show Presentation, Desktop Publishing Application, or Webpage Creation!
Try Career Exploration, Introduction to Business Communication, Keyboarding Applications I, Keyboarding Applications II, or Spreadsheet!
This guide should help you choose the right FBLA-Middle Level competition event for YOU! Download the FBLA-Middle Level Competitive Recognition Guide for more details on academic competitions for middle and junior high students.