Rise to Top September 17

Points are calculated through September 17, 2015. Points can only be calculated if reported. Please don’t forget to turn in your Chapter Monthly reports.Highlights so Far: 1. Northern Arizona Extended Campus Raised $175 for MOD 2. Embry Riddle had 6 walkers in the Prescott Valley MOD walk 3. Phoenix College had 7 attendees at the Amazon Tour 4. CAC had 2 students drive over 60 miles to get to Amazon Tour. 5. ASU, Phoenix College and Northern Arizona Extended Campus had members join committee. There are many opportunities ahead to earn points next month. • Stock Market Games 5 points each member • Food drive 1 point per item or dollar donated. • Update chapter officer and member information for website 10 Points • Post articles in State Newspaper or AZ FBLA-PBL monthly newspaper 5 points • Recruit new members… Read the rest

St. Mary’s Food Drive

September 19 to October 24 ,AZ FBLA-PBL will be having a Food drive to benefit St.Mary’s Food Banks. St. Marys will provide  each chapter with donation boxes to place around your campuses. For delivery of the boxes : Contact Mark Creech (520-450-8149) At  fall leadership conference held at NAU extended Campus Oct 24, we will collect all  food items. We would like every AZ FBLA-PBL member to bring 4 non perishable food items with them to the conference. There is also a website set up for monetary donations. Click on the link below, after page loads click on that link and it will take you do our donation page. St,Mary’s Food Drive monetary donation link As an additional incentive every food item and dollar raised is worth 1 pt each to your chapters Rise to the Top Contest Points Thank… Read the rest

National Officer Training: A Memoir

Mikayla ___________________________________________________________   Good morning LAX. Sitting in the passenger seat of my mom’s car, I could see the glowing letters of the Los Angeles airport. Stepping out onto the sidewalk in my navy blue officer polo, I knew that this would be the start of something amazing. I was on my way to Reston, Virginia. After being elected the new National Western Region Vice President for FBLA-PBL, I had a few weeks to contact my home state senator and local congressman for a meeting in D.C. during the duration of our officer training. In addition to setting those appointments, I had to prepare a workshop on leadership, research the numbers of active chapters in my region, and reach out to a sponsor for a donation.   After arriving in Reston and finally making it to the hotel, the officer… Read the rest

Super Sweeps

Introduction You must complete 2 required activities and 8 other activities from the list of optional activities for a total of 10 activities. The deadline for submission is Tuesday, 10/20/2015 8:00:00 AM ET.. All chapters completing this form and meeting all requirements will receive the following: 1. A system-generated chapter certification of recognition 2. Ribbons for all members attending NFLC of chapters completing program 3. Chapter recognition the National Web site The Super Sweeps project must be activated by the chapter adviser before any activities may be selected or worked on. If the chapter adviser has not yet activated the Super Sweeps project please ask the adviser to do so. The adviser may activate the sweeps by logging into the Adviser Area on the National web site and clicking the Super Sweeps link on the page. Once the adviser has… Read the rest

Super Sweeps Begins August 1,2015

Time to get the 2015-16 FBLA-PBL recruiting of new members started. Super sweeps is a great way to start the recruiting process and the list below will help each club with process. The great news is these activities will earn points for your chapter for the rise to top contest. Most importantly, it help help your club attract new members. If I can be of any assistance please contact Mark Creech              mac589@nau.edu Super Sweep Preview of ActivitiesRead the rest

2015 NATIONAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE – Chicago

  AZ PBL NLC Winners: Accounting Analysis & Decision Making- 1st Place, DeVry - Brandon McGibany & Jeff Steuer Business Decision Making -3rd Place Embry-Riddle - Ahrash Aleshi & Kirisa Pettis Client Service -2nd Place, Jeff Steuer,  DeVry University Contemporary Sports Issue- 7th Place,  Mark Creech, NAU Economics Analysis & Decision Making 5th Place Embry-Riddle - John Carosello, Adin Herzog, Mwangi Karuri Human Resource Management 6th Place Embry-Riddle - Ahrash Aleshi & Kirisa Pettis Information Management - 1st Place, Dylan Downhill, NAU Integrated Marketing Campaign - 9th Place, Dawn Bro, DeVry Justice Administration - 6th Place,William Stark, Embry-Riddle Marketing Analysis & Decision Making - 2nd Place, ERAU - Nicky Ho, Brenda Lim, Milton Tan Sports Management & Marketing - 6th Place Mark Creech, NAU Website Design - 8th Place, Joseph Gamaz, CAC Read the rest