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FBLA-Middle Level Competitive Recognition

FBLA-PBL recognizes and rewards excellence in a broad range of business and career-related areas. Each event is governed by specific guidelines and rating sheets that can be found below, and in the Chapter/Member section of the Chapter Management Handbook, updated and published each August. Make sure you are using the most recent version of the guidelines to prepare for your competition.

Competitive recognitions fall into three categories: individual, team, and chapter. Individual and team events focus on skills useful in leadership and career development; chapter events recognize overall achievement and performance in chapter management and growth.
 Chapter Events - American Enterprise Project, Community Service Project, and Local Chapter Activities Report
•  Individual and Team Events - Career Exploration, Computer Slide Show Presentation, Desktop Publishing Applications, Keyboarding Applications I, Keyboarding Applications II, Proofreading and Editing, Spreadsheet, and Web Page Creation
•  Individual Recognition - Outstanding Middle Level Adviser, Outstanding Middle Level Member, and Outstanding Middle Level Supporter

In addition, FBLA-Middle Level chapters may earn the Outstanding Chapter Award of Merit. Chapters receiving this recognition are nominated by their state.

Recognition Guidelines
2013-14 Middle Level Achievement Program (Updated 12/2/2013)
For more information on participating in FBLA-Middle Level Competitive Recognition, or if you are unable to download these files, please e-mail education@fbla.org.
FBLA-Middle Level National Winners


2010 FBLA-Middle Level Competitive Recognition Winners
2010 FBLA-Middle Level Competitive Recognition Winners

2010 FBLA-Middle Level Open Events Winners

2009 FBLA-Middle Level Competitive Recognition Winners
2009 FBLA-Middle Level Open Events Winners