2017-18 National Award Programs

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Arizona Phi Beta Lambda chapters and members will have the opportunity to participate  in the national  ward program

Awards Presented at the PBL National Fall Leadership Conference (NFLC)

Membership criteria is based on the October 20th deadline. (Note: dues must be received by October 20).

The following awards are calculated automatically:

  • Largest Local Chapter
  • Largest Local Chapter Membership—Professional Division (by affiliation)
  • Largest State Chapter
  • Largest Increase in State Chapter Membership
  • State Recruitment of Chapters (may be FBLA, FBLA-Middle Level, or PBL)
  • Largest State ChapterMembership—Professional Division (by affiliation)

Awards Presented at the PBL National Leadership Conference (NLC)

Membership criteria is based on the April 15th deadline. (Note: dues must be received by April 15).

The following awards are calculated automatically:

  • Largest Local Chapter Membership—top two (2) local chapters in each region and one (1) national winner
  • Largest Local Chapter Membership—Professional Division (by affiliation)—top (2) local chapters in each region and one (1) national winner
  • Largest State Chapter—top two (2) state chapters in each region and one (1) national winner
  • Largest Increase in State Chapter Membership—top two (2) state chapters in each region and one (1) national winner
  • State Recruitment of Chapters—top two (2) state chapters in each region and one (1) national winner
  • Largest State Chapter Membership, Professional Division (by affiliation)—top two (2) state chapters in each region and one (1) national winner

PBL Chapter Awards

PBL Outstanding Chapter

PBL chapters must complete 21 out of 30 membership, community service, and education activities. Deadline: April 1Register.

Individual Awards and Recognition

Career and Membership Achievement Program (CMAP)

The Career and Membership Achievement Program (CMAP) is a comprehensive leadership development program for college students. It utilizes PBL projects, goals, and programs to help college students develop their leadership and job skills, with a special emphasis on career development and preparation for the world of work. Members complete three integrated levels: DirectorExecutive, and President.

Who’s Who in PBL

This award honors exemplary PBL members who have made outstanding contributions to the association at the local, state, and national levels. Each state may enter one participant who is a member of an active local chapter and on record as of paying dues by March 1 (April 15) of the current school year for recognition at the National Leadership Conference. The entry form must be completed by the State Chairman or designee. Criteria for selection of nominees by the state chapter should include:

  • years of participation in FBLA and/or PBL activities
  • extent of participation in state and national conferences
  • contributions to local, state, and national projects
  • and participation in other activities