Every organization needs qualified leadership to carryout the goals set by former leaders and to set the stage for future growth and members. Are you up for the challenge?
What I Learned as an Officer:
Statement from Chelsea Clark, State President 2013-2014:
"In my two years as a state officer I made more connections with people from all over the state and country, felt more confident in myself and my abilities, and learned more about what it takes to have the responsibility of running an organization than I ever would have if I had just been a member."
Statement from Molly Bergum, State Secretary/Treasurer 2013-2014, State Vice President 2014-2015:
"One of the best lessons I have learned from my time as a state officer is how to speak in public with confidence. I entered my first term very timid, but I was quickly given opportunities to stretch myself such as discussing the importance of FBLA with my legislatures and speaking to audiences of over 2,000. I am so grateful for this experience and would definitely recommend it to all of my peers."
- State Officer Candidate Guide (revised Nov. 2014)
- Regional Vice President Candidate Application -- due December 12, 2014 (updated Nov. 2014)
- State Officer Candidate Application -- due January 9, 2015 (updated Nov. 2014)
- State Officer Candidate Declaration -- due March 4, 2015 (updated Nov. 2014)
- State Officer Worksheet -- due January 9, 2015 (regional candidates) and due March 4, 2015 (all other state and national candidates) (updated Nov. 2014)
National Officer Resources
- 2015-2016 FBLA National Officer Candidate Guide
- 2015-2016 PBL National Officer Candidate Guide
- FBLA National Officer Candidate Application (on-line) -- due May 15, 2015
- PBL National Officer Candidate Application (on-line) -- due May 15, 2015
- FBLA National Application
- FBLA National Declaration (updated Nov. 2014)