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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    March Member of the Month - Maddy Wagner

    Congratulations to Maddy Wagner! She is a junior at Odessa High School and has been a member of FBLA for three years. She is well versed in everything FBLA.   Read More...

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    Heritage High School - April Chapter of the Month

    Congratulations to Heritage High School for being Washington FBLA’s April Chapter of the Month! To start things off, all 18 members of the FBLA Chapter at Heritage High School placed in the Top 6 at their Southwest Region Winter Leadership Conference.Heritage FBLA also impacts their community positively. Heritage has a school-wide education project called Financial Reality Fair, which helps educate their senior class of 400 students on financial literacy.   Read More...

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Adviser Training

Olympia, Yakima, & Spokane, WA

October 2-4, 2018

SBLC Registration Deadline

March 5, 2019

State Business Leadership Conference

Bellevue, WA

April 10-13, 2019

National Leadership Conference

San Antonio, TX

June 29 - July 2, 2019