Future Business Leaders of America

Washington FBLA is committed to preparing today's middle and high school students to become the business and community leaders of tomorrow. Over 5,000 students from 160 chapters around the state participate in events, conferences, and competitions.

 Students gain critical business skills, complete community service projects, network with businesses, and learn the leadership skills that are in high demand in the workplace.

 More than any other Career & Technical Student Organization (CTSO), Washington FBLA is student-driven. Students choose to compete in several of over 70 different competitive events across the career skill spectrum. Students can also run for Chapter, State, and even National offices.

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    December Member of the Month

    “Lauren possesses many traits that are necessary to succeed in life, such as sincerity, ambition, integrity, honesty, dependability, and a very pleasant personality. ” ~ Christine Karzmar, Edmonds-Woodway High School FBLA AdviserWashington FBLA is excited to announce our December Member of the Month - congratulations to Lauren Johnson, a senior from Edmonds-Woodway High School!Currently in her fourth year of FBLA, Lauren stands out because of her commitment to FBLA at all levels and in every asp...  Read More...

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    THE IMPORTANCE OF THANK YOU

    “The value of a man resides in what he gives and not in what he is capable of receiving.”Albert EinsteinAs small children, we often learn that it is polite to always say thank you. Some people go through their whole lives without knowing why we do this. I know that in the past seventeen years of my life I’ve said this phrase so many times that it started to lose its meaning.   Read More...

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Adviser Training

Olympia, Wenatchee & Spokane, WA

October 3-5, 2017

SBLC Registration Deadline

March 1, 2018

State Business Leadership Conference

Bellevue, WA

April 4-7, 2018

National Leadership Conference

Baltimore, MD

June 26 - July 2, 2018