The cards will be collected following the presentation.
No other reference materials such as visual aids or electronic devices may be brought to or used during the event preparation or presentation.
Reports must describe one (1) chapter project that serves the community.
The project must be in the interest of the community and designed for chapter participation.
The overview of design and development efforts will be presented to a panel of judges.
The video should be no more than three (3) minutes and copyright issues should be addressed in the credits of the film.
When delivering the speech, competitors may use notes prepared notes before the event.
Each competitor must apply for a business or business-related job at Merit Corporation (a fictitious company) in Washington, D. Company benefits include paid holidays and vacation, sick leave, a retirement plan, and health insurance.
Topics must relate to one (1) or more of the FBLA-PBL goals.
Risk management process | property and liability insurance | health, disability, and life insurance | insurance knowledge | decision making | careers | ethics Money management, banking, and investments | consumerism | characteristics and organization of business | economic systems | rights and responsibilities of employees, managers, owners, and government | career awareness | global business | ethics | insurance Relations; Technology Concepts; Communication Skills; Decision Making/Management; Career Development; Business Operations; Database/Information Management; Ethics/Safety; Finance; Information Processing FBLA Organization; Bylaws and Chapter Management Handbook; National Competitive Event Guidelines; National Publications; Creed and National Goals Basic Math Concepts; Consumer Credit; Data Analysis and Probability; Decimals; Discounts; Fractions; Percentages Computer Hardware; Computer Software; Operating Systems; Common Program Functions; Spreadsheets; Presentation Software; Networking Concepts; Email and Electronic Communication; Internet Use The speech must be of a business nature and must be developed from one or more of the FBLA-PBL goals.