What could or can be accepted without disclosure. How to prevent cyberbullying on campus. The website should include, but is not limited to, the following: The campaign should encourage individuals to donate to FBLA through the recognized Tuesday after Thanksgiving event that was developed around social media use and online donations.
Ways to provide aide or assistance. Give the school a name and decide upon a mascot, school colors, and a school logo. Emerging Business Issues The idea of companies implanting tiny microchips in the hands of employees is starting to take hold.
Give the app a name. The game must produce questions to be presented to the user comprising a minimum of five different FBLA related topics.
Research available real estate in your area to help secure a location for your business. Business Ethics Research the ethical issue of gift giving in a business setting.
The app must produce questions to be presented to the user comprising a minimum of five different FBLA-related topics. What should not or cannot be accepted or given. The game must be winnable.
Members may enter up to two 2 events in this category. E-Business Develop an e-business website for a unique shop or business that could be opened in your local community.
The program must complete a minimum of the following tasks: Publication Design Your community is opening a new high school, and you are a member of a committee to develop a publication portfolio for the new high school. All data entry must be validated with appropriate user notifications and error messages including the use of required fields.
Senior news on campus. Issues related to assistance that can create additional problems. The idea behind these chips are that workers will no longer have to bother with log-ins at their PC or swipe badges to open security doors.
Include pictures, descriptions of items, and services for sale. The campaign needs to encourage social media users to make donations to the organization. Give the class and e-book a name. Data must be stored persistently. Present an elevator speech about the mission of the March of Dimes and how they help premature babies and their families.
The game must be compatible with a Windows 7 or newer operating system The game should be secure and bug free The game should utilize two of the following: The user interface must be a GUI with a minimum of five different control types including such things as drop-down lists, text fields, check boxes, emails, or other relevant control types.
The publication portfolio should include a letterhead, a business card for the athletic director, a booster club donor card, and a rack card.Dec 05, · Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc.
(FBLA-PBL) 11, views How To Sell Business to Business: Three Characteristics of Great Sales Presentations - Duration: Transcript of FBLA Intro to Business Presentation.
OUR PROBLEM Lack of Funds We've Got The Talent The Dedication The Incentive FBLA T-Shirt to advertise with business Logo Letter of Appreciation $ Shout Out on Rangeview Social Media Sites The opportunity to support three underclassman on their journey to Nationals.
Topics may include competitive events, business skills, national officers and/or running for national office, national sponsors/partners, basic parliamentary procedure, national conference (NFLC and NLC) dates/locations, FBLA history, etc.
This event provides recognition for FBLA members who demonstrate the ability to deliver an effective business presentation while using presentation software. ELIGIBILITY Only members enrolled in grades 9 through 10 and affiliated high school division as of December 15 of the current school year are eligible for this event.
Please review and follow these guidelines when competing at the national level. When competing at the state level, check the state guidelines since they may differ. Eligibility.
Dues: Competitors must have paid FBLA national and state dues by p.m. Eastern Time on March 1 of the current school year. Apr 13, · Bulletin Board: A Post From the Community | Students and advisors of the Mundelein High School chapter of Future Business Leaders of America [FBLA] traveled to and competed at the State Leadership.Download