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This leadership organization an excellent choice for motivated students who want to build their college credentials. FBLA is nationally recognized by college recruiters and working professionals. Students can travel to leadership conferences, run the school store, and participate in academic competitions, volunteerism projects, and social activities. FBLA is not just for business students, but also for any career-minded student. Students can continue their membership at the collegiate level of FBLA, Phi Beta Lambda.
FBLA is the largest student career organization in the world, with over 250 million members and alumni.
Over 6,000 schools participate in this organization.
FBLA is a nationally recognized organization, with chapters on high school and college campuses. College selection committees are aware of the organization and its role in promoting leadership.
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2016 graduates Monika Bowser and Kelly Vander Ploeg earned a first place at the Future Business Leaders of America [FBLA] National Competition held in Atlanta, GA.
Bowser and Vander Ploeg competed in an event called Public Service Announcement, where they developed a 30-second promotional video about the positive impacts of sports. Their video showcased real footage of Mustang sports, along with a commanding voice-over by head football coach Larry Calhoun.
See their winning video.