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Transcript of FBLA Nationals
A BUSINESS EDUCATOR “Imagine the advantage that these future business leaders would have if they had
By : Stewart Pence
A Major Need 50% of business teachers are
nearing retirement age, and
there is a national shortage
of K-12 business educators!
Better benefits An Overview What is Taught:
Secondary Education Most Universities and Colleges in America
offer a business and education program
Financial Support is available!
A College Degree
Requires four or more years in school
Student teaching To teach, you need: State Licensing The Job Experience Day-To-Day Experiences
Freedom in the Classroom
Business Opportunities Make more than the average teacher, because they teach on a vocational level.
Grants the chance to develop
professional ties with teachers
and business leaders Career advancement via: School Management
Business Proprietorships Love Your Profession Smiles ten times
Laughs three times
Enjoys a good banter five times
Praises someone nine times
Has an in-depth discussion seven times
This is more than 2-3
times than the rest of the
business community! Why YOU Should Teach Business Education Hours are reliable and flexible! Personal and professional growth! There is a demand for you!
Pay, benefits, and career security! Be APPRECIATED and ENJOY your work! Mold and shape the future of our country! A new, fresh experience everyday! We Want You! Works Cited
Zakaria, Fareed. The Post American World.
Chua, Amy. World on Fire.
Smith, Adam. The Wealth of Nations.
the chance to develop business skills early on in their education.” To Become