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Scrabbling for Members
Transcript of Scrabbling for Members
Scrabble--verb. to jostle or struggle for possession of something;
458 square miles
2012 population 13,297
One high school
One middle school
Two elementary schools
Tomorrow's Business Leader
Business Achievement Award
join by deadline
work in the Membership Mania and Membership Madness activities!
Dress to Win Days
brings attention to program
most students LOVE to dress up
students have a feeling of belonging
be sure to work professional dress discussions into leadership activities
FALL LEADERSHIP WORKSHOPS
GOLD SEAL CHAPTER
GO GREEN PROJECTS
interview, if necessary
YOU, as advisers, have to work with the officers--shouldn't you choose instead of having a popularity contest?
Institute for Leaders
Choose friends, strategically
Other FBLA chapters
great place to get innovative ideas!
National office staff
Post regular updates
Publicize your @username
structure (make traditions)
Outstanding Local Chapter Award
Local Chapter Award
agendas and minutes
photos, photos, photos!
get involved with your state organization
attend all planned activities
plan a special outing
formal and informal
Practice, practice, practice
Local chapter newsletters
"FBLA National Programs from A to Z"
As you enjoy your "Chocolate Social in a Bag", please.....
Using nouns and action verbs (as much as possible), think of words/phrases that begin with each letter of the alphabet to describe techniques/activities YOUR CHAPTER uses to increase membership and retain your members using National and other projects.
Using Side One of the handout, please fill in as many letters as possible by 9:05!
Example: M=March of Dimes