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Clear Spring FBLA

Advisor: Stephen Schawalder

Developing strong, aggressive leadership in America's future businessmen and businesswomen is the primary objective of the Future Business Leaders of America/Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA/PBL). FBLA is the national career and technology student organization for secondary students, and PBL is for postsecondary/collegiate students who are studying business and exploring careers in the business world.

Organized on the national level in 1941, FBLA/PBL members learn to compete honorably with fellow students who share similar goals. They learn to engage in individual and group enterprises, and to lead others and direct a group. Members develop their leadership, human relations, communications and business skills by working on projects that put them in touch with the business community. Members are provided the opportunity to test the skills that they have developed in the classroom and through FBLA in a wide range of competitive events.

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Student Benefits

  • Develop essential skills for success such as: learning, thinking, communication, technology, and interpersonal skills
  • Gain a positive image through competitive skill events, leadership development, and service projects
  • Serve their communities and nation
  • Gain a competitive edge in the workforce
  • Interact with future employers
  • Scholarships

Teacher Benefits

  • Enhance their academic and career technology education
  • Increase student involvement in the curriculum
  • Improve student attitudes toward learning in the classroom
  • Involve local business and industry support and participation

Business Benefits

  • Gain direct involvement in the preparation of future employees
  • Ensure that the education curriculum reflects current industry practices
  • Support students, schools, and the community through scholarship opportunities

Officers

  • President: Kaleb Best
  • Vice President: Brandi Helman
  • Treasurer: Paige Seibert
  • Secretary: Connor Michael

Meetings

Second Tuesday of each month before school, from 8:20-8:40

Cost to Join:  $15 per year