Leaders of America (FBLA) District Two Competition Feb. 22. Approximately 450 students from 17 surrounding areas will be on campus for the contest.
prepares them for the “real world” in business.
FBLA members are able to get the edge in business necessary to succeed
in college and career success.
at 1 p.m. Students will compete in
various categories, and when they are not competing they will attend breakout
sessions hosted by the university.
opportunity to get a campus tour, visit the stables, talk to professors, visit
with current students and tie-dye t-shirts.
William Woods has really bent over backwards for us. They have been awesome
helping with the workshops for students, and we are very grateful to them,”
Gina McLachlan, business education teacher and FBLA adviser at Fulton High
finance and sports management. Competitions
are in various formats, such as written tests, computer skills tests and hands-on
skills tests in production and reports.
marketing. Students will be given a scenario and be required to make a business
plan. Presentations will be seven minutes
long with a three-minute Q&A immediately following.
chosen to continue on to state competition.