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As of October 12, the Management Team*, including all seven Section Directors* and members of the State Staff*, will no longer accept, acknowledge, and or respond to any communication from students, with the exception of section and state officers.
Any communication from student members of California FBLA must be directed to section officers from the members’ respective sections. Should a student member find this to be insufficient, they are invited to contact the State Officer Team or the California FBLA State President who serves as the student representative to the California FBLA Management Team.
Any communication in regards to the registration of members (either for membership or for conferences), questions reegarding the California FBLA website, or information regarding to any and all financial matters must be addressed with the Management Team by an officially registered chapter adviser on behalf of the chapter in question.
* See the California FBLA State website and refer to the Management Team under the “Contact” Tab.
Check out the information below about the SB 70 grants available to chapters for 2013-2014! This year there is just one category of SB 70 grants available.
Attention Members: California FBLA is embarking on a new program to catalogue the successes of our members when they venture off to post high school education/training. If you would like to be a part of this brand new program, please email State President Cameron Khansarinia at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send Cameron your name, high school attended, year of graduation, whether you were in FBLA in Middle School, number of years in FBLA, and the name of the university/college/trade school you will attend in the fall. We are interested in documenting the achievements of our members and to encourage the future participation of new members. Congratulations on your success!