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GOLD LEVEL
FOR LEAD PROGRAM
Deadline: April 30
Pre-requisite: Bronze Level
and Silver Level
Instructions: Complete 15 activities.
Students: When you've completed
the activities, share them with your
adviser. Include these items on your Tallo
online profile:
*	 Upload six activities/projects of your
choice that your worked on for the
Gold Level
*	 Request your LEAD Gold Level Badge
Advisers: Fill out this form once you've
verified students have completed the
Gold Level.
Recognition:
1. Electronic Certificate of Recognition
that the adviser can download and print
to award at a local chapter meeting
or event.
2. LEAD Gold Level Badge to upload to
their Leadership Portfolio.
3. Pin and ribbon awarded at the National
Leadership Conference.

Gold Level Activities
Leadership: Team Awesome
Activity 1: Get some R&R
Complete the Recruitment Pledge card.
Recruit two new paid members to FBLAMiddle Level by January 15. Have them
sign a pledge to join again next year and
join you on a recruitment committee.
(Complete and save pledge card).
Activity 2: Promote Yourself!
Create and video a 30 second sales pitch
all about YOU! (Save your sales pitch).
Activity 3: Game On!
In a team, create a game designed for
elementary students to have fun learning
about economics and the free enterprise
system. Be creative! This can be a board
game, card game, BINGO game, scavenger hunt, etc. Give the game a name,
design a logo, create instructions, and
design the materials needed to play.
Follow with a poster contest about why
people should SHOP (your town). (Save
a photo of and your team holding the
game and a summary of the rules of the
game, what the students and what the
students learned. Include at least two
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photos of you and your team teaching
the game to elementary students and a
press release of the winner's of the poster
contest holding their winning designs.
Save all of these activities).
Activity 4: Buddy Up!
Mentor a new ML member or shadow a
high school FBLA member. (Write and
save a 100 word summary of your experience and include a photo of you and
your buddy).
Activity 5: Thank Your Adviser
Design a card to give to your local chapter adviser during Adviser Appreciation
Day during FBLA-PBL week. (Save a copy
of your card).
Activity 6: NFLC or Bust
Attend the FBLA-ML Track at the National
Fall Leadership Conference. (Write and
save a press release and a photo of all of
your chapter members who attended
this conference).

Education: Game Changer
Activity 1: Business... Know How!
Research a local or area business and
identify its mission and the year it was
founded. Describe the target market and
identify at least two competitors. Determine the number of employees, describe
the services/products it offers, estimate
the cost of at least one product/service
vs. the sales price. Finally, obtain a quote
about business success and a business
card from someone who works there.
Use technology to present your findings

during an FBLA meeting or in class. Have
someone tape your presentation. (Save a
copy of your video).
Activity 3: Use Technology Wisely
Complete the Digital Citizenship Quiz,
which covers appropriate and responsible technology use, with a score of 90%
or better. (Complete the interactive quiz).
Activity 4: Hot Careers
Research careers in technology (cyber
security, computer systems analyst, software engineer, computer programmer,
web developer, mobile developer etc.)
(Write and save a 100 word report on the
career that you find the most interesting
and why you like that particular career).
Activity 5: Character Hired
In a team, choose a movie, video game,
or television show that you all like (and
that your parents approve). Have each
team member choose a character. Create
a group presentation highlighting each
character and at least three strengths
and one weakness that they possess. As a
group, pretend you are employers starting a business. Identify which character
you would want to hire to be on your
team, and explain why at a chapter meeting. Have someone tape your presentation. (Save a copy of your presentation).
Activity 6: It's All About the Job
February 2 is National Job Shadowing
Day. Championed by the Bureau of Labor
Statistics and many other organizations,
National Job Shadowing Day provides
youth a unique look into different indus-



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