FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERSOF AMERICAFBLA
Advisor: Mrs. Innocenti
Meeting Dates & Times:
Testing will take place after school on November 16 and 17. Please sign up for a date.
Our Regional Event will be December 15 (Snow date 12/16).
F108, F113 (by grade level)
ALL FBLA members MUST register. CLICK HERE to register for FBLA.Future Business Leaders of America is a nonprofit educational association for middle school, high school, and collegiate students who are interested in learning more about the free enterprise system. FBLA is a nationally recognized club in the United States of America. Students not only compete among the best in the United States but also students from Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Bermuda and the Dodd’s school in Europe.The purpose of FBLA is to prepare members for careers in business and to assist them by becoming better employees and citizens. FBLA helps students develop leadership abilities, prepares them for entry into a business-related occupations, and offers a setting where members compete at regional, state and national levels in business and technology curriculum. To reach the state FBLA site select the following link. PA FBLA WebsiteThere are many benefits to joining FBLA at Neshaminy High School.
Neshaminy High School's FBLA chapter meets at least once a month after school in a Business, Computer and Information Technology classroom. The meetings will offer an opportunity to inform students of the FBLA events and advisors will try to match students' interests with competitive events. The meetings will also discuss fundraising, preparation for competitive events, trip details and may arrange guest speakers.Neshaminy High School's enrollment for this school year 2020-21, is 25 student members.Enrollment for2021-2022 61 members2020-2021 27 virual members2019-2020 48 members2018-2019 78 members2017-2018 107 members2016-2017 78 members2015-2016 79 members2014-2015 110 members2013-2014 90 members2012-2013 84 members2011-2012 69 members2010 -2011 69 members2009-2010 100 members2008-2009 98 members2008-2007 90 members2007-2006 68 members2006-2005 51 members2005-2004 46 members
- Students develop leadership skills
- Students practice business scenarios through regional, state and national competition
- FBLA is recognized on student portfolios for college enrollment
- Students make new friendships through club activities
- Students experience intrinsic rewards by volunteering time to a nonprofit organization
NESHAMINY: WE BUILD FUTURES