Mission Statement

FBLA-PBL inspires and prepares students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences.


FBLA is the premier organization for student leaders preparing for careers in business, management, entrepreneurship, and technology.

For over 70 years FBLA has been the place where more than 15 million students have found the keys to unlocking the doors to career success, personal achievement, and business leadership. Along with the Middle Level and Collegiate Division (Phi Beta Lambda), FBLA is the place where business and education comes to life for students!

Through FBLA's motto of SERVICE, EDUCATION, and PROGRESS more than 250,000 students participate in innovative leadership and career development programs that bring together members on the local, regional, state, national, and international levels.

Code of Ethics

I will be honest and sincere.

I will approach each task with confidence in my ability to perform my work at a high standard.

I will willingly accept responsibilities and duties.

I will seek to profit from my mistakes and take suggestions and criticisms directed toward the improvement of myself and my work.

I will abide by the rules and regulations of my school.

I will exercise initiative and responsibility and cooperate with my employer and fellow workers.

I will dress and act in a manner that bring respect to me and my school.

I will seek to improve my community by contributing my efforts and my resources to worthwhile projects.


I believe education is the right of every person.

I believe the future depends on mutual understanding and cooperation among business, industry, labor, religious, family and educational institutions, as well as people around the world. I agree to do my utmost to bring about understanding and cooperation among all of these groups.

I believe every person should prepare for a useful occupation and carry on that occupation in a manner that brings the greatest good to the greatest number.

I believe every person should actively work toward improving social, political, community and family life.

I believe every person has the right to earn a living at a useful occupation.

I believe every person should take responsibility for carrying out assigned tasks in a manner that brings credit to self, associates, school and community.

I believe I have the responsibility to work efficiently and to think clearly. I promise to use my abilities to make the world a better place for everyone.


  • Develop competent, aggressive business leadership
  • Strengthen the confidence of students in themselves and their work
  • Create more interest in and understanding of American business enterprise
  • Encourage members in the development of individual projects which contribute to the improvement of home, business, and community
  • Develop character, prepare for useful citizenship, and foster patriotism
  • Encourage and practice efficient money management
  • Encourage scholarship and promote school loyalty
  • Assist students in the establishment of occupational goals
  • Facilitate the transition from school to work



Nevada FBLA has a proud history of being one of the most successful FBLA state chapters in the country. In the last several years, Nevada FBLA students have been recognized as National Champions, elected to National Officer positions, selected to Regional Executive Boards, and recognized for their excellence in FBLA programs. Below are some of the measurements of Nevada FBLA’s success:

In 2016, Nevada FBLA received 2nd place in the Western Region for “Largest Increase in State Chapter Membership.”

With the election of Nevada FBLA student Matthew Edgington as Western Region Vice President during the 2012-13 school year, Nevada FBLA has seen 16 of its students elected to be FBLA National Officers during its history

At the conclusion of the 2015-16 school year, 119 Nevada FBLA members competed at the National Leadership Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Only the top 4% of students nationally receive this opportunity.

At the 2016 National Leadership Conference in Atlanta, Georgia 17 Nevada FBLA students from four different schools placed top 10 internationally in their competitive events. An additional three students made finals, placing them in the top 15 in the nation.

The 3D Animation team from Damonte Ranch was recognized as the international champions in their event by receiving First Place trophies at the 2016 National Leadership Conference


Nevada FBLA is one of the largest CTSOs in the state. Nevada FBLA had a total of 995 members.

Key Facts

FBLA - What is it?

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is a student-led organization that is an integral part of the business, information technology, and entrepreneurship education instructional program. FBLA offers enhanced opportunities to develop leadership and career skills to students who have an interest in the American Free Enterprise System.

FBLA chapters are located throughout Nevada. These schools are part of a system of more than 6,000 local chapters throughout North America, Department of Defense Dependent Schools (DoDDS) worldwide and growing base of chapters internationally.

FBLA is important to the individual student, the school, local businesses, and the community. In the past 30 years, FBLA members have raised over $20 million dollars in partnership with the March of Dimes.

FBLA has approximately 210,000 high school members and another 35,000 collegiate and middle school members worldwide, making it the largest and oldest student business organization in the world.

Who can belong to this energetic organization?

Any student who is has been enrolled in a business or business-related class can become a member of FBLA. In classrooms throughout the country, students and teachers form their own chapters, elect officers, and develop a Program of Work providing business leadership opportunities for student members. Because FBLA is a co-curricular Career Technical Student Organization endorsed by the U.S. and Nevada Department of Education, teachers serve as chapter advisers integrating classroom learning and guiding chapter operations.

FBLA chapters are funded through a partnership of student, parent, school-based enterprises and community efforts along with public support through federal Perkins funds and state Career Technical Education grants.

Why is FBLA important to the business community?

FBLA members are encouraged to actively involve themselves in school and community projects. By doing so, they not only help improve their communities, but each member develops business leadership skills, strengthening their confidence and improving their understanding of the American Enterprise System. These experiences help FBLA members achieve their personal career goals.

Some FBLA chapters operate actual functioning businesses as part of their FBLA experience. This early experience in business and entrepreneurship makes education more hands-on and relevant and equips students with understanding, knowledge, and appreciation for the hard work, leadership, personal initiative, and teamwork it takes to be successful in business and in life.

Why are FBLA activities important to your school?

FBLA chapter activities contribute substantially to the primary purpose of school-- to develop well-educated citizens who have developed self-confidence, self-esteem, leadership ability and an understanding of the American Enterprise System. FBLA chapters provide a "showcase" for student achievement and progress, reflecting favorably on teachers, FBLA advisers, and school administration at both local and state levels.


FBLA Chapters

Academy of Arts, Careers and Technology

Advanced Technologies Academy

Albert M. Lowry High School

Arbor View High School

Basic High School

Battle Mountain High School

Bishop Manogue Catholic High School

Boulder City High School

Carson High School

Cheyenne High School

Cimarron - Memorial High School

Damonte Ranch High School

Desert Pines High School

Edward C. Reed High School

Edward W. Clark High School

Elko High School

Foothill High School

Green Valley High School

Jackpot High School

Legacy High School

McDermitt Combined School

Mojave High School

Northwest Career and Technical Academy

Owyhee High School

Palo Verde High School

Procter R. Hug High School

Reno High School

Silverado High School

Southwest Career & Technical Academy

Spanish Springs High School

Spring Creek High School

Spring Valley High School

TMCC High School

Valley High School

Wells High School

West Career and Technical Academy

West Wendover High School

Yerington High School

FBLA-ML Chapters

Adobe Middle School

Jerome Mock Middle School

Spring Creek Middle School



The Nevada FBLA Chapter was granted to the Nevada Department of Education in 1971 by the FBLA-PBL, Inc. National Board of Directors.

The heart of FBLA-PBL in any state is the combined leadership and service of local teachers and students who are advisers, chapter officers, and members of the organization. Together with the support of school administration, districts, and school boards, FBLA is a vital component of a school’s strategy for preparing graduates to be successful in the world of college and careers.

Board of Trustees

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The Nevada FBLA Board of Trustees is the policy-making body of the Foundation composed of dynamic leaders and key stakeholders representing both industry, education, and community leadership. The Board includes alumni, higher education representatives, executives, the State Chair from the Nevada Department of Education, State President, and the Executive Director. The Board of Trustees works to ensure the success of the Nevada FBLA-PBL mission and works with and provides support to State Officers, State Staff, and Local Advisers.

Management Team

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The Nevada FBLA-PBL state staff works on the day-to-day operations of the organization, including conference and event logistics, financial management, marketing and communications, membership services, state officer leadership program, and technology infrastructure. They also work closely with the Board of Trustees, FBLA-PBL National Center, Nevada Department of Education, State Officers, and local advisers to help local schools build premier business and leadership programs.

State Officers

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The Nevada FBLA-PBL State Officer Team is comprised of students from all across the state. Members have the opportunity to run for a state officer position at the State Business Leadership Conference in the spring and serve one year terms, from April to April. State Officers represent the student voice of the organization with the State President serving on the Board of Trustees and Board of Advisers. State Officers develop an annual strategic program of work based on the strategic priorities of National and Nevada FBLA-PBL and serve throughout the year to improve program quality and opportunities for members throughout Nevada. The State Officers participate in a rigorous leadership development program and earn college elective credit during their year of service. State Officers work with local chapter officers to plan conferences, visit chapters, and expand membership opportunities for students throughout Nevada.

Local Advisers

Local advisers are an integral part of FBLA-PBL. Local advisers are high school teachers, usually teaching in the field of business, accounting, design, information technology or marketing. These teachers take on the dedicated task of serving as advisers for their school’s chapters, which includes organizing members, determining logistics of events and competitions, integrating FBLA and classroom concepts, and overall supporting the efforts and goals of their school and members. Based on school district policy, several FBLA chapters also utilize co-advisers (other school staff, alumni, parents, and industry volunteers) to support the local chapter program of work. Teachers interested in becoming a chapter adviser do not need to have prior FBLA-PBL experience. Advisers receive annual professional development training through Nevada FBLA and additional adviser mentors are available to assist.

Local Chapter Officers

Chapter officers are key to an exceptional FBLA-PBL experience. FBLA is intended to be a student-led organization and chapter officers serve at the forefront of connecting FBLA opportunities to student needs and college and career goals. Chapter officers are members of their local chapters who are elected/selected each year to serve their fellow members. Once elected, the officers work together along with their local adviser(s) and State Officers to ensure that the goals of the chapter are fulfilled. Becoming a chapter officer is a great honor and a great opportunity to both develop and apply business leadership skills in a real-world environment. While the structure of each chapter is different, chapter officers usually include a president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and parliamentarian. Chapter officer teams often specialize positions to serve in specific roles like vice president of membership, vice president of service, vice president of finance, vice president of competition, vice president of public relations, and more.