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1 ABEA August 3, 2010 Arkansas Department of Career Education

2 FBLA 2010 Total Membership Senior Level Chapters Members – 9,856 Mid-Level Chapters Members – 4,433

3 National Leadership Conference (NLC) Nashville, Tennessee – July Total attendance – 7,537 Arkansas attendance – 306 Arkansas competitors – 167 competitors in 56 events

4 2010 NLC Winners 1 st place – Accounting I – Brittany Tavernaro, Bentonville High School 1 st place – Computer Applications – Hannah Norton, SEACBEC Warren 2 nd place – Community Service Project – Coty Bell, Haley Myers, Shelby Watts, Pangburn High School 4 th place – Help Desk – Jenny Van, Fort Smith Northside High School

5 2010 NLC Winners, cont. 5 th place – Computer Game & Simulation Programming – Hunter Bobel, Fort Smith Southside High School 6 th place – American Enterprise Project – Nicole Nokes, Anna Vasquez, Siloam Springs High School 10 th place – Desktop Publishing – Jedidah Nohre & Alex Prince, Mountain View High School

6 2010 NLC Winners, cont. 10 th place – Network Design – Chris Turnage, Corbin Dean, & Tony Yates, Fort Smith Southside High School

7 2010 NLC Recognitions Whos Who – Laney Ward, Smackover High School Local Outstanding Adviser – Lisa Hotsenpiller, Siloam Springs High School Otis Spunkmeyer Cookie Challenge – Winning Chapter, Vilonia High School

8 2010 NLC Recognitions, cont. March of Dimes Most Money Raised – Arkansas, 1 st overall with $49, March of Dimes Local Chapter Most Money Raised – Nettleton, 2 nd with $15, Brookland, 5 th with $8,428.07

9 2010 NLC

10 New Events Digital Design & Promotion – individual or team, project, performance Healthcare Administration – individual, objective Hospitality Management, individual, objective

11 Event Modifications Computer Game & Simulation Programming – individual or team Marketing – performance component Web Site Development – renamed Web Site Design Read me file information – submit on Statement of Assurance with copyright notations

12 Competency Changes Competency Changes – Objective tests Business Communication Business Law Business Procedures Computer Applications Database Design & Applications Desktop Publishing

13 Competency Changes, continued Competency Changes – Objective tests, continued Economics Global Business Introduction to Business Management Decision Making Spreadsheet Applications

14 NLC Rating Sheet Modifications Community Service Project Performance Job Interview Final Local Chapter Annual Business Report (first bullet)

15 NLC Modifications Copyright Guidelines – included in Format Guide Job Interview application – posted on web site Whos Who candidate – must have completed Business Achievement Award

16 NLC Modifications, continued USB Flash Drives or DVDs – may be submitted and properly labeled for Computer Game & Simulation Programming Digital Video Production Desktop Application Programming

17 NLC Topics Business Financial Plan Business Presentation Computer Game & Simulation Programming Desktop Application Programming E-Business

18 NLC Topics Emerging Business Issues Digital Video Production Web Site Development

19 Dates to Remember NFLC– November 12-13, New Orleans, Louisiana Mid-year Executive Council Meeting – December 5-6, Little Rock SLC– April 4-5, Little Rock NLC– June 28-July 1, Orlando, Florida Complete list of dates on state FBLA website

20 Theme

21 Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) 2010 Total Membership Chapters – 21 Members – rd largest chapter in nation National Virtual Chapter

22 PBL National Leadership Conference Nashville, Tennessee – July 9-12 Total attendance – 1,649 Arkansas attendance – 127 Arkansas competitors – 92 in 58 events Awards and Recognitions – 53 Southern Region VP – Aaron Carroll, ASU

23 Professional Division Arkansas Membership FBLA Mid-Level – 7 FBLA Senior Level – 46 Phi Beta Lambda – 103 Former members, employers, educators, advisers, parents, business people, and community supporters Cost - $23

24 Professional Division Professional members Enhance chapters and their activities Serve as liaisons between business and classroom Share real-life experiences at meetings and workshops Provide professional development training through workshops

25 Professional Division, cont. Arrange tours of local businesses Guide members as they prepare for competitive events Judge at local, state, and national competitions Help chapters with fundraising Create internships and job shadowing Offer scholarships and other financial support

26 Professional Division, cont. Benefits to the member Satisfied feeling The Professional Edge Tomorrows Business Leader or PBL Business Leader Hotel discounts Car rental discounts Shopping discounts

27 Resources Chapter Management Handbook Arkansas State Handbook Web Sites

28 Questions

29 Contact Information Peggy Wakefield FBLA State Adviser Department of Career Education Phone:

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