• LonghornsFuture Business Leaders of America (FBLA)


     
    Club Sponsors:
     
    Mr. Jason Ware - Room 1236

    Website:
                                                                                
     
     
     
    Club Overview: 
    FBLA is the oldest and largest national organization for students preparing for careers in business.  Georgia FBLA, currently the largest chapter in the nation, has a membership of over 27,500 students while at the FBLA national level over 250,000 students participate.  FBLA prepares students for "real world" professional experiences by offering leadership conferences to foster the development of leadership skills. Competitive events are also offered in over 150 business and skill-related areas. Students are encouraged to compete at the region level vowing for the chance to advance to the state and national levels.  More information may be found at Georgia FBLA.
     
     
    Club Meeting Times:
    For the begining of the 2020-2021 School Year all Club Meetings will be hosted virtually.  Please see lambertfbla.org for details and schedule.
     
    Club Activities and Events:
    Regular club meetings, conferences, competitive events, and community service projects are all part of Lambert FBLA. Our statewide philanthropy is March of Dimes.  We also support local cuases and participate with our feeder middle schools and elementary schools with events and projects.
     
     
     
    Social Media: 
     
    We are in the process of restructuring our communication channels (our former Remind account is no longer active).  Please see lambertfbla.org for details. 
     
     
    The 2019-2020 Lambert FBLA Officer Team:
    •  GA FBLA State Officer- Aakarsh Naik
    •  GA FBLA REgion 12 Officer  - Sidd Gupta
    •  Chapter President -Rishi Gullapali
    •  Officers:
      • Varshini Kakarla - Chapter Vice President
      • Jai Bhatia - Chapter Officer
      • Skyler Feng - Media & Marketing Officer
      • Suraj Geddam - Treasurer
      • Varun Vangimalla - Secratary
      • Shreyas Padamatinti - LCC/NTHS Officer
      • Vinayek Menon - Events Officer
      • Rathi Murugan - Media & Marketing Officer
      • Varnica Basavaraj - Parliamentarian
      • Jason Eappen - Chapter Officer
      • Aditya Gupta - Events Officer

    Additional Info: 

    FBLA Graduation Cord Requirements:

    Per the graduation committee and FBLA Advisors, FBLA members wanting to graduate with FBLA Honors and recieve a chord must meet ALL of following requirements

         *3.5 GPA in Business/Computer Science Classes

         *Pathway Completer - 3 courses in the pathway completed and End of Pathway test taken

         *A member of Lambert FBLA for minimum of two years, including their graduation year

         *Demonstrate at least one level of member committment

                   - Place as a Top 10 Finalist at GA FBLA State Leadership Conference

                   - Complete the "Leader" level of the Business Acheivement Awards

                   - Serve as an FBLA Officer for at least one school year at Lambert

     

     

    **Refer to the NTHS website for information on how to obtain a NTHS Honor's Cord through your involvement in FBLA.

     

    FBLA Letter Requirements:

     Complete at least three of the following items

     - Competed and places at Region Competition

    - Compete (placing not necessary) at State Competition

    - Serve as Lambert FBLA Officer one year

    - Complete at least two levels of BAA's or CSA's

    - Participate in official Lambert FBLA Fundraiser

    - Member of Lambert FBLA for three or more years 

     

    See any FBLA Advisor for further information on the FBLA Lettering Process. 

     

    End of Pathway Graduation Recognition:

    • Seal of Completion: Complete a pathway and pass the End of Pathway Assessment
    • Seal of Distinction: Complete a pathway and pass the End of Pathway Assessment, participate in FBLA, GPA of 3.0, Complete an internship or project with Business/Computer Science
    • Medallion: Complete a pathway and pass the End of Pathway Assessment, participate in FBLAA, GPA of 3.0, complete 2 foreign language and 2 AP courses, member of NTHS, and complete an internship or project with business/computer science
     
     
     
Last Modified on September 1, 2020