FBLA Chapter 2356 Advisor-Todd Phillips George Wythe High School Virginia Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL) began in 1942 when a local FBLA chapter was chartered at Spotsylvania High School. Read more
FBLA Chapter 2356 Advisor-Todd Phillips George Wythe High School Virginia Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL) began in 1942 when a local FBLA chapter was chartered at Spotsylvania High School.
It’s business at its best. FBLA and FBLA-Middle Level offer specialized business and leadership programs, competitive events, and co-curricular activities to complement academics while developing and enhancing a student's leadership skills.
FBLA members can participate in the Business Achievement Awards (BAA) to build a portfolio of documented accomplishments. When applying for scholarships, you can demonstrate how you served in a leadership position, received awards, or participated in projects for the largest business-based student organization in the world. Members also choose from over 50 competitive and skills events from the areas of technology, public speaking, business, finance, and management. Finish as the very best in the state, win recognition, and win cash from our sponsored events!
FBLA-Middle Level members participate in a variety of activities including job shadowing programs, community service projects, and American enterprise projects. Members earn recognition on the local, state, and national levels! The Middle Level Achievement Program (MAP) is an individual member program designed to reward those FBLA-Middle Level members who excel in their participation in a variety of activities in the areas of service, education, and leadership.