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1 MASTERING THE CALIFORNIA AWARDS PROGRAM LONA KWAN CAP COORDINATOR FALL 2014

2 TODAY’S AGENDA California Awards Program (CAP) overview What’s new this year? Competition tips! Recognition program overview

3 WHAT IS THE CAP? California FBLA’s state competitive event and recognition program Find the CAP on the state website at then click Competition

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5  Summary of Changes  Events Overview  General Event Guidelines  Guidelines by Event Type  Guidelines for Each Event  Recognition Programs

6 LET’S TALK COMPETITIVE EVENTS 3 Levels of Competition All FBLA members are eligible if membership dues are paid by January 23 to compete at Section or March 1 to compete at State SECTIONSTATENATIONAL

7 COMPETITIVE EVENT TYPES The events… they’re categorized ! OBJECTIVE EVENTS PRODUCTION EVENTS PERFORMANCE EVENTS INTERVIEW SPEECH PROJECT REPORT ROLE PLAY

8 OBJECTIVE EVENTS Accounting I Agribusiness Business Calculations Business Communication Business Law Business Math Business Procedures Computer Problem Solving Cyber Security Economics FBLA Principles and Procedures Health Care Administration Insurance & Risk Management Introduction to Business Introduction to Business Communication Introduction to Information Technology Introduction to Parliamentary Procedure Networking Concepts Personal Finance Securities & Investments **NEW**

9 OBJECTIVE EVENTS Individual event 1-hour multiple choice test at the conference Each chapter can have 3-6 competitors for each event, depending on chapter size Some events have grade level restrictions

10 Accounting II Computer Applications Database Design & Applications Spreadsheet Applications Word Processing PRODUCTION EVENTS Also known as  “SCHOOL SITE TESTING”  “SKILL EVENTS”

11 PRODUCTION EVENTS Individual event 1- or 2- hour production test at your school PLUS a 1-hour multiple choice test at the conference Each chapter can have 3 competitors for each event Advisers must submit a production test request for each participating student in order to compete

12 PERFORMANCE EVENTS INTERVIEW SPEECH PROJECT REPORT ROLE PLAY

13 PERFORMANCE EVENTS INTERVIEW Future Business Leader Job Interview

14 INTERVIEW EVENTS Individual event Submit application materials including, but not limited to, resume and cover letter prior to the conference Each chapter can have 2 competitors for each event Interviews are conducted at the conference

15 PERFORMANCE EVENTS SPEECH Creed Impromptu Speaking Public Speaking I Public Speaking II

16 SPEECH EVENTS Individual event Each chapter can have 1 competitor for each event Speeches are prepared, except Impromptu Speaking Competitors are sequestered for Impromptu Speaking

17 PERFORMANCE EVENTS PROJECT 3D Animation **NEW** Business Ethics Business Presentation Computer Game & Simulation Programming Desktop Application Programming Desktop Publishing Digital Design & Promotion Digital Video Production E-business Electronic Career Portfolio Emerging Business Issues Mobile Application Development Public Service Announcement Social Media Campaign **NEW** Website Design

18 PROJECT EVENTS Individual and team events Each chapter can have 1 entry for each event Complete a project based on provided topics Submit projects prior to the conference Presentation about project at the conference

19 PERFORMANCE EVENTS REPORT American Enterprise Project Business Financial Plan Business Plan Community Service Project Local Chapter Annual Business Report Partnership With Business Project

20 REPORT EVENTS Individual, team, and chapter events Each chapter can have 1 entry for each event Complete a report based on provided guidelines Submit reports prior to the conference Presentation about report at the conference

21 PERFORMANCE EVENTS ROLE PLAY Banking & Financial Systems Client Service Entrepreneurship Global Business Help Desk Hospitality Management Management Decision Making Management Information Systems Marketing Network Design Parliamentary Procedure Sports & Entertainment Management

22 ROLE PLAY EVENTS Individual and team events Each chapter can have 1 entry for each event 1-hour multiple choice test at the conference Interactive role play with judges at the conference Competitors are sequestered

23 SOME EXTRA STUFF… OMG… I missed the section conference!!

24 WAIT… I STILL HAVE A CHANCE! Use your wildcards Some events start at the state level BE CAREFUL, some events have state deadlines before section conference happens

25 COMPETITIVE EVENT TIPS TIP # 1 Read the guidelines ALL OF IT

26 COMPETITIVE EVENT TIPS TIP # 2 Study the RATING SHEET

27 COMPETITIVE EVENT TIPS TIP # 3 Follow the DRESS CODE

28 COMPETITIVE EVENT TIPS TIP # 4 OBSERVE THE BEST Attend events as an audience member

29 COMPETITIVE EVENT TIPS TIP # 5 FIND RESOURCES

30 COMPETITIVE EVENT TIPS TIP # 6 BRING YOUR ID No photocopies!

31 COMPETITIVE EVENT TIPS TIP # 7 DON’T BE LATE You’ll only stress yourself out… then get disqualified.

32 LET’S TALK RECOGNITION PROGRAMS INDIVIDUAL Outstanding Local Chapter Adviser Who’s Who in FBLA California FBLA Scholarship Gold Seal Chapter Membership Awards Sweepstakes Award CHAPTER

33 OUTSTANDING ADVISER Recognition at section, state, and national levels Great way to show appreciation for your adviser! Must be nominated with recommendation letters

34 WHO’S WHO IN FBLA Recognition at section, state, and national levels Nominate an outstanding member—1 person from each chapter is eligible (not including section/state officers)! Submit application and resume

35 CALIFORNIA FBLA SCHOLARSHIP Get $$$ for college! Current and former state officers are NOT eligible Be a senior and an FBLA member for at least 2 years Achieve Leader level of BAA awards Be in a chapter with at least 5 professional members Submit application, transcript, resume, essay, and 2 letters of recommendation Finalists are interviewed at the state conference

36 GOLD SEAL CHAPTER 15% of local chapters eligible for national recognition Key Tasks include (but not limited to): Have 5 paid members by October 20 Achieve Outstanding Chapter and complete 5 Program of Work (POW) Progress forms—see Business Achievement Awards (BAA) for more info Submit a Local Chapter Annual Business Report

37 MEMBERSHIP AWARDS Awarded at the State Leadership Conference Largest Increase in Local Chapter Membership Largest Local Chapter Membership Largest Local Chapter Membership—Professional Division Largest % Increase in Local Chapter Membership Market Share (Largest % of FBLA Members Based on School Enrollment) – need to submit verification!

38 SWEEPSTAKES AWARD Awarded at the section and state conferences Recognizes top 10 chapters with the most points accumulated from winning competitive event awards 10 points for 1 st place, 9 points for 2 nd place, etc.

39 ANY QUESTIONS?

40 THANK YOU! Lona Kwan CAP Coordinator California FBLA Contact me at: or


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