FBLA TBL December 22 - 12

FBLA Reinvests in State Chapters,
Mini-Grants Awarded
welve states received
FBLA mini-grants this
fall totaling $8,600 to
fund a variety of projects
that involve recruiting and
retaining members. Individual
grants, which went up to $1,500,
were provided to fund one-time
expenses, such as creating or
updating websites, sending
a statewide mail product, or
providing training for advisers.
Below are the winners and a
brief description of their projects:
* Florida: Mail the assistant
principals in charge of curriculum
for schools with inactive chapters.
(MS, HS, CO)
* Iowa: Develop a recruitment
campaign for middle schools
to promote FBLA similar to
campaigns for high schools and
middle schools that have shown
growth. (MS, HS)
* Kansas: Update the website;
conduct a mailing campaign to
college and universities to promote
the benefits of FBLA; obtain items
for marketing. (CO)
* Louisiana: Fund the Fall
Adviser Leadership Summit, which
includes roundtable discussions
and a keynote speaker. (MS, HS)
* Maryland: Update the website
to include new FBLA branding and
make it easier to navigate.
(MS, HS, CO)
MS = Middle School HS = High School CO = Collegiate
* Missouri: Print the Chapter
Planning & Success Guide and
provide one copy to each chapter.
(MS, HS, CO)
* New Hampshire: Spend a day
with 10 chapters to better show them
the possibilities within FBLA. (HS)
* New York: Supplement
promotional materials to recruit
middle school chapters. (MS)
* North Dakota: Update
website with new FBLA branding.
(MS, HS, CO)
* Oklahoma: Create marketing
materials to mail to schools
without FBLA chapters and visit
those that show interest; offer a
new chapter start-up scholarship
to defray some costs to attend the
State Leadership Conference in the
spring. (MS, HS, CO)
* Washington: Develop and
initiate membership campaign
programs to recruit, engage, and
retain middle school and high
school students at the beginning of
the school year. (MS, HS)
* Wyoming: Offer adviser
training to all middle-level
and high school advisers
with the potential of inviting
administrators. (MS, HS)
States that received fall mini-grants
are not eligible to apply for spring
mini-grants. The application for spring
mini-grants is open until January 15,
2023. State leaders can apply through
the Leadership Community.
Was your chapter one of the
more than 800 chapters to
complete these contests?
Chapters receive electronic
badges for completing these
membership engagementfocused
challenges. If so,
congratulations! Don't forget
that the Service Season
contest ends on Dec. 31!

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