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Information on all of the National Programs can be found at: http://www.fbla-pbl.org/fbla/membership-benefits/awards/#chapter as well as in your Chapter Management Handbook 

Awards Presented at the FBLA National Fall Leadership Conference (NFLC):

  • Local Chapter Market Share Award

  • Largest Local Chapter

  • Largest Local Chapter Membership—Professional Division (by affiliation)

  • Largest State Chapter

  • Largest Increase in State Chapter Membership

  • State Recruitment of Chapters (may be FBLA, FBLA-Middle Level, or PBL)

  • Largest State Chapter Membership—Professional Division (by affiliation)

Awards Presented at the FBLA National Leadership Conference (NLC):

  • Local Chapter Market Share Award

  • Largest Local Chapter Membership—top two (2) local chapters in each region and one (1) national winner

  • Largest Local Chapter Membership, Professional Division (by affiliation)—top (2) local chapters in each region and one (1) national winner

  • Largest State Chapter—top two (2) state chapters in each region and one (1) national winner

  • Largest Increase in State Chapter Membership—top two (2) state chapters in each region and one (1) national winner

  • State Recruitment of Chapters—top two (2) state chapters in each region and one (1) national winner

  • Largest State Chapter Membership, Professional Division (by affiliation)—top two (2) state chapters in each region and one (1) national winner

FBLA Chapter Awards:

  • Chapter Challenge: Super Sweeps, Non-Stop November, and Action Awareness. National Leadership Conference attendees of chapters that complete all three programs-will receive a pin at the conference. Chapters will receive a certificate of recognition at the National Leadership Conference.

    • Super Sweeps—Complete ten tasks focused on recruitment and retention. All members of successful chapters who attend the National Fall Leadership Conference and/or National Leadership Conference will receive ribbons. Dates: August 1–October 20. 

    • Non-Stop November—Complete five tasks focused on membership involvement. Tasks include activities for March of Dimes Prematurity Awareness Month and American Enterprise Day. All members of successful chapters that attend the National Leadership Conference will receive ribbons. Dates: November 1–December 10.

    • Action Awareness—Complete four tasks focused on FBLA awareness. Tasks include FBLA-PBL Week, CTSO Month, and America Saves. All members of successful chapters who attend the National Leadership Conference will receive ribbons. Dates: January 1–March 1. 

  • Big Ten

    • ​From September 1 to April 1, the top ten local chapters (based on paid membership) will be posted each week. Chapters appearing on the final list will be recognized at the National Leadership Conference with a certificate of recognition.

  • 100 Percent Class Participation

    • ​Awarded to local FBLA chapters that recruit 100 percent of a single class as chapter members. A copy of the class roster must be submitted, along with a copy of your chapter’s membership list. Winning chapters receive an online certificate of recognition. Local chapter advisers are encouraged to present this award to the chapter president at a local FBLA ceremony or at a school awards assembly. This award also meets one of the criteria for the FBLA Outstanding Chapter Award. Deadline: April 1. . 

  • Membership Achievement Award

    • ​Awarded to local FBLA chapters that increase membership over last year’s total. Winning chapters receive an online certificate of recognition. Local chapter advisers are encouraged to present this award to the chapter president at a banquet or at a school awards assembly. This award also meets one of the criteria for the FBLA Outstanding Chapter Recognition Award-FBLA chapters must complete twenty (20) membership, community service, and education activities. Deadline: April

    1. Register.

Individual Awards and Recognition:

  • Membership Madness

    • FBLA members who recruit at least five (5) new members receive a certificate of recognition and are recognized on the national website. Local chapter advisers are encouraged to present this award to winning members at a local FBLA ceremony, meeting, event, or school awards assembly. This award meets one of the required criteria for the Leader level of the Business Achievement Awards and the FBLA Outstanding Chapter Recognition Award. Deadline: April 1.

  • Membership Mania

    • FBLA members who recruit at least ten (10) new members receive a certificate of recognition and are recognized on the national website. Local chapter advisers are encouraged to present this award to winning members at a local FBLA ceremony, meeting, event, or school awards assembly. This award meets one of the criteria for the America level of the Business Achievement Awards. Deadline: April 1.

  • Business Achievement Awards (BAA)

    • The FBLA Business Achievement Awards (BAA) is an intensive leadership development program that recognizes FBLA members for achievements in a variety of career-related projects, goals, and programs. High school students create a portfolio of real-world accomplishments and develop their business and leadership skills across four levels: Future, Business, Leader, and America.

  • Community Service Awards:

    • The Community Service Awards (CSA) recognize members with extraordinary commitment to community service. It has three levels:

      • CSA Community (50 hours)

      • CSA Service (200 hours)

      • CSA Achievement (500 hours)

    • Hours for the CSA are cumulative and build throughout a student's FBLA career.

    • The Community and Service award winners will receive an online certificate of recognition, to be printed when an entry is submitted by the adviser. The CSA Achievement award winners will be awarded a pin at the National Leadership Conference.

    • The chapter adviser must register the student for the Community Service Awards. An email will be sent to the adviser containing the student's login credentials. When a student logs hours equal to the requirements for a CSA Award, the adviser will login to the adviser area of the CSA, review the student's hours and will find a link to submit the award. CSA Community and Service Awards must be submitted by March 1. The CSA Achievement Award must be submitted no later than April 30. Students may continue logging hours after the submission deadline, but the award levels reached may not be submitted until August 1 of the next school year once submission closes for the current school year.