Starting a Chapter

FBLA at your School

 

What is FBLA?

FBLA is the largest business student career organization in the United States. There are over 230,000 students worldwide. Being a part of FBLA exposes students to competitive events at the state and national level, leadership conferences, networking opportunities and scholarships.  FBLA offers opportunities for students interested in business and business education in grades 5 through 12.  For schools that don't have a chapter, NH FBLA will host an chapter.  Contact Mina Ayers for more information.

 
 
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Getting Started

https://fblapbl.wufoo.com/forms/m1a23wfv0e5uhzj/

And/or contact:   Mina Ayers, NHFBLA State Chairperson,  nhfbla@gmail.com


Chapter Management Handbook

Available onliine:   https://www.fbla-pbl.org/fbla/chapter-management-handbook/

This document contains just about all the information needed to start and facilitate a local FBLA Chapter.    

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Dues

National Dues are $6 and NH State Dues are $14.  All dues are payable through the national website.  Dues paid by October 15 will ensure students will receive all issues of Tomorrow's Business Leader and will provide them access to discounts, scholarships, etc.

Dues paid by December 15 will enroll your chapter in the NH Events based on number of members, etc.

If you are attending the SLC, dues must be paid by the registration deadline, January 31.  Otherwise, the final deadline for dues is March 1 in order to remain an active chapter and attend the NLC.