Our community is an essential element to Washington FBLA. There are four great ways for local businesses and individuals to be involved and become a Friend of FBLA.
Volunteering your time helps us develop 21st century leaders and national champions. You can volunteer your time as a career mentor, using your skills, being a competitive event judge, or more. When you volunteer as a competitive event judge for a regional Winter Leadership Conference (WLC) and/or State Business Leadership Conference (SBLC) you aid our students in improving their business and technical skills in many different career areas.
More About Volunteering
You can volunteer your time as a judge of a competitive event for both Winter Regional Conferences at the start of the calendar year and/or the State Business Leadership Conference (SBLC) in the spring. The biggest benefit allows you to give feedback to aid students in improving their skills in different career areas.
You can also volunteer as a timer, and support judges at the Winter Regional Conferences and/or SBLC.
Lastly, you can also volunteer to work with a chapter or the state office in:
You can sponsor one of our competitive events at a regional or state conference, and make a donation to the organization at the chapter, regional, or state level. Your financial contributions help keep the cost of conference registration and programmatic operations low for our members.
More About Sponsorship
Washington FBLA is a registered nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. You can monetarily sponsor one of our competitive events at a regional or state conference. You can also make a contribution to the organization at the chapter, regional, or state level. Your financial donations help keep the cost of conference registration and programming low for our members, making it easier for students to become their best, regardless of their socioeconomic background. You can easily make a general donation by selecting donate in the website menu.
Washington FBLA welcomes short- and long-term partnerships with for-profit and nonprofit organizations alike. Because we believe in mutually beneficial partnerships, our relationships not only increase opportunities for our members, but also provides great opportunities for your organization.
More About Partnerships
Washington FBLA welcomes short- and long-term partnerships with for-profit and nonprofit organizations in the community. Because we believe in mutually beneficial partnerships, our programmatic partnerships not only heighten the opportunities Washington FBLA provides its members, but also provides opportunities for your organization.
If you would like to establish a partnership, please complete one of the following processes:
To enter a partnership that will last fewer than 12 months, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
To enter a partnership that will last more than 12 months, download the Partnership Proposal form and email email@example.com with the document attached.
For all partnership requests, please allow ten (10) business days for review during between July - February, and two (2) months for review from March to June.
Washington FBLA prides itself in bringing world class business & industry leaders to our members during our conferences and special events. If you have a story to share with our members to help them develop into 21st century leaders, please click see more for information.
More About Speaking
Washington FBLA prides itself in bringing world class business / industry leaders together with our members to learn from each other during our conferences and special events. If you are a business / industry leader with a story to share with our members to help them develop into 21st century leaders, please complete the Speaker Form below.
The Partnership Coordinator and State Office Coordinator will review your submission and weigh it against the criteria/requirements for Washington FBLA. It is important to note that Washington FBLA's policy is to not pay directly or purchase the merchandise of presenters in exchange for their time provided as a guest / keynote speaker.