Student registrants for the National Leadership Experience (NLE) may request a refund by sending an email to Robert Smothers, Meetings Manger at firstname.lastname@example.org documenting the reason as to why they require a refund. Refunds are not guaranteed and will be made on a case by case basis with preference given to illness and extenuating personal/family
If I won Who’s Who, Outstanding Adviser, or the Young Leader Award, will that be awarded at this year’s NLE?
All winners will receive recognition in the special NLE edition of Tomorrow’s Business Leader (TBL).
If I achieved a BAA America, CSA Achievement, CMAP President, or Gold LEAD award, how do I receive it this year?
Since we do not have an in-person NLC this year, recognition pins for these awards will be sent to the attention of the local adviser at the school address. All winners will receive recognition in the special NLE edition Tomorrow’s Business Leader (TBL).
For FBLA, each State Chapter may register State Voting Delegates. How do these delegates get registered for the NLE?
Each state chapter in good standing shall be entitled to send two voting delegates its active membership. These State Voting Delegates vote on the election of the National President, National Secretary, National Treasurer and any bylaw amendments. State Key Contacts will determine each of their two State Voting Delegates based on a form which is
Each local chapter in good standing shall be entitled to send from its active membership, two to four local voting delegates and one alternate for each voting delegate to the National Leadership Experience in accordance with the following: Under 50 members—two voting delegates. 50–100 members—three voting delegates. Over 100 members—four voting delegates. In FBLA, these
Are local and state chapter voting delegates required to register and pay for the National Leadership Experience?
Yes, all local and state chapter voting delegates must be registered and paid for the NLE in order to vote.
A plurality vote determines the winners for elected office. The person filing an application and scoring the highest of the parliamentary procedures exam determines that national parliamentarian position.
No. A State can run more than two candidates, but only one can be elected. If a State would run more than two candidates and both receive the most votes, the candidate with the lower office would be dropped. In PBL, this does not affect unopposed positions. A state may have one elected officer and
Yes, national officers and candidates for elected office will pre-record the Q&A Sessions. The videos will be available for viewing on the candidate section of the NLE website.
All speeches are pre-recorded and 2 minutes in length. This is a straight speech. No skits, music, or graphics may be used. You must be dressed in business attire. Video speeches for all PBL National Officers for elected office will be played during the PBL Online Opening Session. Video speeches for the offices of President,