FBLA-PBL National Leadership Conference Exhibitor Information

Sponsored Resources

FBLA-PBL is pleased to have strategic partners that share in our mission of forming community-minded future business leaders. While we will not be having a virtual exhibit hall during the NLE, we wanted to share some of resources currently being offered by our partners to help guide educators and members.

Webinars: Admissions Series by Crimson Education

Crimson Education (crimsoneducation.org) empowers students to unlock their potential through personalized education & admissions counseling and is a proud sponsor of FBLA. We take a holistic approach to help our students get into their dream universities and have helped FBLA students get into schools such as Wharton, Harvard, Stanford, NYU Stern, and more. Ready to start getting ahead? Check out our webinars, which include topics such as “Building Remote Leadership During COVID-19,” “How To Stand Out to Top Universities,” and “Applying to Undergraduate Business Programs”.

Our webinars are hosted by expert speakers such as Former Admissions Officers from Stanford, NYU, Wharton, and more. Check out more & register for events here: https://www.crimsoneducation.org/us/about-us/events/

Free Webinars for FBLA Students

Ideal for the ambitious, business-focused student and named by Forbes as a top high school program, FBLA advisers can now connect students with engaging professors from top universities presenting critical lessons in a fun and interactive way. These highly-rated, free-of-charge webinars help equip students with tools needed to succeed in the classroom and as leaders in the business world. Choose from topics including Financial Literacy, Entrepreneurship, Pivotal Moments in American History, Economics and Government/Civics. Availability is limited, so reserve a 60-minute (or custom time slot) for your student webinar at FEE.org/classroom

Sponsored by the Foundation for Economic Education FEE.org or email seminars@fee.org for details.

March of Dimes congratulates Seniors with this graduation speech.

How can FBLA-PBL members make an impact? How can you get more involved with your local community? Are you looking for a resume booster or college application enhancer? March of Dimes is a great way to get involved and give back.

March of Dimes fights for the health of all moms and babies. We’re advocating for policies to protect them. We’re working to radically improve the healthcare they receive. We’re pioneering research to find solutions. By uniting communities, we’re building a brighter future for us all.  We believe that every baby deserves the best possible start. Unfortunately, not all babies get one. We are changing that with the help from partners like FBLA-PBL.

For 80 years, March of Dimes has helped millions of babies survive and thrive. Now we’re building on that legacy to level the playing field for all moms and babies, no matter their age, socio-economic background or demographics. We advocate for policies that prioritize their health. We support radical improvements to the care women receive. And we pioneer research to find solutions to the biggest health threats to moms and babies. What began with President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s personal struggle with polio led to the creation of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, better known as March of Dimes. We pioneered the vaccine research leading to the eradication of polio in the U.S., and then we shifted focus to address some of the biggest health threats to moms and babies with innovations like folic acid, newborn screening and surfactant therapy.

Today we educate medical professionals and the public about best practices; we support lifesaving research; we provided comfort and support to families in NICUs; and we advocate for those who need us most, moms and babies. We are fighting for the smallest among us and advocating for their health each and every day. And we do so with the tools, technology and knowledge needed to build a brighter future for us all.  All of the work we do is made possible by the generous support of our donors, partners and friends like FLBA.

It’s not fine that the U.S. is among the most dangerous developed nations in which to give birth. But together we can do something about it. When you March for Babies you stand with thousands of people across the country who share your commitment to be there for every family – those who had first-hand hardships, those celebrating their health and those just trying to start their families.

FBLA has a long history of over 40 years in supporting the March of Dimes. Your fundraising page is a great way to get involved and STEP UP for moms and babies. www.marchforbabies.org/fbla-pbl. You raise funds and awareness to help us research to find solutions and advocate for policies that prioritize mom and baby health. Members of FBLA can also volunteer with us all across the country. We encourage you to GET INVOLVED and volunteer, this link will connect you to many opportunities to get involved.  https://www.marchofdimes.org/volunteering