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2013-14 FBLA Campaigns, Events, and More

2013-14 FBLA Campaigns, Events, and More. July 17, 2013. National Leadership Conference In Review. Top 10 Overall 4 th place in Web Site Design, Dakota Thompson from Polk County 5 th place in Future Business Leader, Kirk Towater from Huntingdon

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2013-14 FBLA Campaigns, Events, and More

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  1. 2013-14 FBLA Campaigns, Events, and More July 17, 2013

  2. National Leadership ConferenceIn Review Top 10 Overall • 4th place in Web Site Design, Dakota Thompson from Polk County • 5th place in Future Business Leader, Kirk Towater from Huntingdon • 7th place in American Enterprise Project, Beech High School • 8th place in Community Service Project, Coffee County High School • 8th place in Public Speaking I, Aubrey Buttrey from Henry County Finalists • Global Business, Merrol Hyde Magnet School • Public Speaking II, Jackson Jones from Riverdale High School

  3. 2013-14 National Theme

  4. 2013-14 Executive Officers State Officers • Catherine Jackson, President • Will Land, Vice President • Kristina Lim, Secretary • Micah Willis, Treasurer • Ricky Chin, Parliamentarian • Elizabeth Armistead, Reporter • Josiah Thomasson, Webmaster Regional Presidents • Autumn Moore, Region 1 • Kara Towater, Region 2 • Sarah Walker, Region 3 • Richard Lassiter, Region 4 • Kristen Dillon, Region 5 • Jared Willis, Region 6 • Austin Brown, Region 7 • Zyan Kirkland, Region 8 • Rena Baker, Region 9

  5. 2013-14 Tennessee FBLA Events

  6. Leadership Camp • Camp Details • Dates: September 6-8, 2013 • Location: Camp Clements, Doyle Tennessee • Partnering with DECA • Registration Information • Deadline: August 18, 2013 • Cost: $140.00 • Additional fee if you want to stay Thursday night. • Only 100 spots available • Schedule • Group Sessions • Student Tracks • Advisor Track • Recreation Groups • Mega Relay • Talent Showcase • 2013 Camp Promotional Video

  7. National Fall Leadership Conferences • November 8-9, 2013 • Lake Grapevine, Texas • November 15-16, 2013 • Cleveland, Ohio • November 22-23, 2013 • Salt Lake City, Utah

  8. Competitive Events Changes Each stay may send three entries for all events to NLC. Objective Test Events • Agribusiness (individual) • Insurance and Risk Management (individual) Presentation Events • Public Service Announcement (individual or team) Prejudged Events • Mobile Application Development (individual or team) Other Events • LifeSmarts

  9. Competitive Events Modifications Combinations • Introduction to Technology Concepts + Technology Concepts = Introduction to Information Technology • Individual • 9-10th grade only • Word Processing I + Word Processing II = Word Processing • Individual • All grades Name Changes Sports Management = Sports and Entertainment Management

  10. Competitive Events Modifications Type Changes • Hospitality Management • Team event • Collaborative objective test • Performance component • Business Ethics • Will be given an ethical topic in the Chapter Management Handbook to research throughout the year. • Pre-judged written synopsis • Presentation to judges • Desktop Publishing • Individual or team of two • Objective test • Pre-judged submission • Topic will be published in the Chapter Management Handbook

  11. Competitive Events Modifications Requirement Changes • American Enterprise Project • Number of pages reduced to 15. • Community Service Project • Number of pages reduced to 15. • Partnership with Business Project • Number of pages reduced to 15. • All Reports • Submitted online for SLC and NLC • Digital Video Production • Submitted online for SLC and NLC

  12. 2013-14 Event Topics • Business Ethics • Ethics in Information Technology • Business Financial Plan • You are planning to open an independent retail store selling personalized clothing and accessories in your hometown. Customers will be able to purchase a variety of shirts, pants, tote bags, cups, and accessories in a variety of colors and, for an additional charge, can have words or images printed onto the items. Customers can purchase one item or if they purchase in bulk they can receive a discount. There are two other suppliers in the local area that offer personalized merchandise, but they only offer bulk orders and they do not offer a storefront or popular accessories. You are planning to open your facility in a 10,000 square foot, stand-alone store and warehouse. You will need to purchase inventory for the store and stock the warehouse for bulk orders.

  13. 2013-14 Event Topics • Business Presentation • You have been asked to give a presentation to a group of small business leaders in your community on how the Affordable Care Act’s rules, costs, and tax implications will likely impact their business. • Computer Game & Simulation Programming • The player is an intern at a large company. He is navigating a six-story office building as a career journey. Starting at the bottom level, the player will encounter business-related obstacles that require new skills. Fortunately, the player can choose a high school FBLA competitive event to obtain these skills. The event choice will provide a small text segment of information related to the event skills that should lead to the correct answer or action. When the skills have been obtained, the player will level up to the next floor of the office building to take on more difficult obstacles and choices. At the top floor is the goal, a full time job of his/her dreams. There is a minimum of five skill enhancements per level. The audience is middle school technology students thinking about joining FBLA in high school. Games must conform to an ESRB rating of E for everyone.

  14. 2013-14 Event Topics • Desktop Application Programming • You have been contracted to develop the conference registration program for the 2014 FBLA National Fall Leadership Conferences. Your program will allow chapters to register members, advisers, and guests for one of the three NFLCs. It also will allow each registered participant to register for the workshops they will attend during the conference. • Desktop Publishing • A renowned publishing firm has hired you to join their executive marketing team for the upcoming release of White Tiger, Yellow Tiger – a novel written by the esteemed author, Christopher Li. The firm asks that you design the book jacket, an event flier, and a full-color newspaper advertisement. All documents should be prepared to print in color.

  15. 2013-14 Event Topics • Digital Design & Promotion • You, as a designer, will develop a logo design for Cupcake Genius, a cupcake and specialty baker, which gives the company a corporate identity. You will also create several business documents, including • Labels for the packaging • Business cards • Gift certificates • In addition, Cupcake Genius needs the following promotional items. • Decals for the store front windows • Bannarsfor Special events • One-quarter page grayscale newspaper advertisement • Design for the front of an apron • Digital Video Production • Create a video on the importance of green practices.

  16. 2013-14 Event Topics • E-business • Create a site for a touring band, speaker, or author. Include: • Event schedules • Blog • Music/book sales • Social media links • Individual/group biography • Ticket purchasing interface • Emerging Business Issues • Consumers are shopping at traditional brick and mortar stores, on web sites, and increasingly through mobile applications. Does the availability of a mobile application provide a business with a stronger consumer base and higher revenue? Argue either the affirmative or negative that having a mobile application increases consumer base and revenue for business.

  17. 2013-14 Event Topics • Mobile Application Development • Your FBLA adviser has shared that they are concerned about all of the details related to traveling to the national conference with a large number of students. They are in need of a mobile application that they will be able to use while they are on-site at the national leadership conference that will help them track everything related to the conference and their students. • Public Service Announcement • Exercising/Eating Right • Website Design • Develop a website for a local Bed and Breakfast in your community. Highlight (and link to) homepages of local attractions that would entice individuals to stay on the property. Highlight local restaurants for other meal functions.

  18. Regional Leadership Conferences • Registration • Cost: $15.00 • Dates will be set by mid-August • Deadline: Jan. 3, 2013 • Adjustment Window: Jan. 4-8, 2014 • Add competitors for an additional $10.00 (no t-shirts for late registrations) • Payment receipt deadline: Jan. 17, 2014 • Forms will be turned in on-site • Online Objective and Production Testing • All regions test during the same window. • Objective and Production tests will be completed in the same week. • Proctor registration deadline: Dec. 15, 2013 • Jan. 10-17, 2014

  19. State Leadership Conference • Event Details • April 6-9, 2014 • Chattanooga Convention Center • Schedule • Sunday, April 6 • Registration • Monday, April 7 • Opening session • Preliminary competition, objective testing, open events • Tuesday, April 8 • Final competition, objective testing, and open events • Social Activity • Wednesday, April 9 • Awards Session • National Leadership Conference Informational Meeting

  20. State Leadership Conference Registration • Fee: $85.00 per attendee • Window: Feb. 24-March 9, 2014 • Adjustment Window: March 10-12, 2014 • Attendees can be added for an additional $10.00 • Payment receipt deadline: March 28, 2014 • Forms will be turned in on-site at registration Pre-judged Materials • Deadline of March 14, 2014. Production Testing • Proctor Registration deadline: March 9, 2014 • Testing window: March 17-28, 2014

  21. State Leadership Conference • Hotel Information • Reservations accepted Feb. 24-March 9, 2014 • New reservations system this year • The Chattanoogan • Room rate: $146 plus taxes • Parking rates: self - $8/valet - $12 • Chattanooga ChooChoo • Room rate: $105 plus taxes • Double Tree • Room rate: $131 plus taxes • Parking rates: self - $7/valet - $8 • Chattanooga Marriott • Room rate: $120 plus taxes • Parking rates: self - $10/valet - $14 • Sheraton Read House • Room rate: $135.00 plus taxes • Parking rates: hotel rate, non-contracted

  22. National Leadership Conference • 2014 Institute for Leaders • Dates: June 28-29, 2014 • Nashville, Tennessee! • 2014 National Leadership Conference • Dates: June 30-July 2, 2014 • Nashville, Tennessee! • Registration and hotel information will be available late Fall 2013. • We will need volunteers and judges!

  23. Community Service Projects • March of Dimes • Imagination Library • Book donation • Pop tops/can tabs

  24. Student Scholarships • Applications will be available August 15, 2013 on www.fblatn.org. • Regional scholarship application is due January 15, 2014 • State scholarship applications are due March 14, 2014

  25. Tennessee FBLA Scholarships • Dr. Bill Radcliff Scholarship • Non-renewable • Eligibility guidelines • Current Tennessee FBLA member • Current senior • Seeking a four-year degree in Business or Information Technology field • Amount • Regional scholarship amount: $250.00 • State scholarship amount: $500.00 • Application deadlines: • Regional – January 15, 2014 • State – March 14, 2014 (only regional winners)

  26. Tennessee FBLA Scholarships • Jared Bryant Scholarship • Non-renewable • Eligibility guidelines • Current Tennessee FBLA member • Current senior • Seeking attendance at a technical school, community college, or junior college. • Scholarship Amount: $500.00 • Application deadline: March 14, 2014

  27. Tennessee FBLA Scholarships • Andy Vanosdale Technology Scholarship • Renewable • Four times for four years • Eligibility Requirements • Current Tennessee FBLA member • Current senior • Declared engineering or computer science major • Maintain 2.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale • Scholarship Amount: $500.00 a year, four years • Application Deadline: March 14, 2014

  28. Professional Development Opportunities School Year • Camp Clements Advisors Track • In-Service/Drive-in Meetings • Entrepreneurship Consortium Conference • MBA Research Conclave • TN Jump$tart Coalition Conferences Summer • TN Jump$tart Coalition Conferences • Institute for CTE Educators Throughout the Year • Regional Conference Leadership Team • State Conference Leadership Team

  29. Contact Information Sarah G. Williams CTE Specialist for DECA and FBLA Division of Career & Technical Education 11th Floor, Andrew Johnson Tower 710 James Robertson Parkway Nashville, TN 37243 (615) 532-2829 (office) (615) 767-6210 (conference hotline) Sarah.G.Williams@tn.gov

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