Greenwood FBLA Prepares for Regional Competition

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Future Business Leaders of America, also known as FBLA, is a club in many high schools. Thousands of students from all over the United States join this club to be great leaders in their community.

FBLA is one of the largest student organizers in the U.S. FBLA helps high school students prepare for careers in business through academic competitions, leadership development, and educational programs. Many students can attend these great activities.

Greenwood’s FBLA chapter is currently getting ready for the Regional Leadership Conference. A group of students from the FBLA club go and present in front of  business officials. They can either present individually or with a group of people. If the students win a competition for State Leadership Conference then they have the opportunity to compete at the National Leadership Conference.

Greenwood’s FBLA members are getting to compete at the Regional Leadership Conference coming up on Friday, February 28, at Western Kentucky University. Every time you present you have to pick an event you want to present.

There are multiple events, such as 3D animation, Broadcast Journalism, Business Ethics, Business Financial Planning, Coding and Programming, Computer Gaming and Simulation Programming, Digital Video Production, E-business, Emerging Business Issues, Graphic Design, Introduction to Business Presentation, Mobile Application Development, Publication Design, Social Media Campaign, and Website Design.

There are more events you can choose from but those are the popular ones from all over the U.S. Greenwood High school has many other activities you can do for FBLA. FBLA is a great way to learn about business and help other people in the process. They have many goals in this club such as wanting to develop competent, aggressive business leadership skills, and to strengthen the confidence of students in themselves and their work.