AMERICAN ENTERPRISE PROJECT


  • Category: Prejudged Reports & Presentation
    Type: Chapter

    Overview: 
    Two (2) parts: a prejudged report and a presentation. Competitors must complete both parts for award eligibility. The report should detail a project that promotes an awareness of some facet of the American enterprise system within the school and/or community. The project must be designed for chapter participation. The event is not designed to raise money for the chapter. Rather, the intent is to help members learn more about the economic system under which they live and to then share their expertise in some way with others inside and/or outside of the school.

    Skills: This event recognizes FBLA chapters that develop projects within the school and/or community that increase the understanding of and support for the American enterprise system by developing an informational/educational program. The project must promote an awareness of some facet of the American enterprise system within the school and/or community and be designed for chapter participation. The report must describe chapter activities conducted between the previous State Leadership Conference and the current State Leadership Conference

    Eligibility: Members representing their chapter in the presentation component of this event may also compete in up to two other individual and/or team events.

    State: Each local chapter may submit one (1) entry.
    National: The top four (4) places at the state competition will represent California at the National Leadership Conference. NOTE: Some SLC top-10 competitors will become eligible for the national conference as a result of drops. Make sure you get early approval from your parents to attend the National Conference so you will be in a position to say "yes" to your adviser if you are "bumped up".

    Event Specific Guidelines: 

    • The project must promote an awareness of some facet of the American enterprise system within the school and/or community and be designed for chapter participation.
    • Reports must describe chapter activities conducted between the previous State Leadership Conference and the current State Leadership Conference.

    Finalists:
    The top eight (8) chapters with the highest prejudged report score will compete in the presentation portion of the event with up to three (3) members.

    Timeline:

    Equipment Setup: 5 min 
    Performance: 7 min 
    Warning: 6 min 
    Time Up: 7 min 
    Penalty Over Time: 5 pts 
    Q & A: 3 min 

    Submission: Report must be submitted online as a PDF. See Competitive Events Overview for submission forms. Report Verification is included on Submission Form. File size limited to 25 MB.
    Submission Deadline:  11:59 pm March 3rd. Conference registration of chapter presenters is required for work to be judged and changes can me made up to final day of conference registration. Missing the deadline or failure to register for the conference will forfeit chapter participation. Hint: Allow for plenty of time to upload your work.

     JUDGING: Judges will use the rating sheets (prejudged or presentation) to score competitors. The panel of judges evaluating prejudged materials may not necessarily be the same panel evaluating the presentations. All decisions of the judges are final.

    GUIDELINES: (It is highly recommended that competitors read all guidelines)
    General Report Guidelines
    Report Tips
    General Presentation
    General (All Events)
    General Competition Tips

    PREPARATION:

    Rating Sheets (performance shown first)

     
    Format Guide: (refer to FBLA Format Guide for Report Guidelines)

     

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    Alignment

    NBEA Standards
    • Communication
    • Economics & Personal Finance
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Management
    Career Clusters
    • Business Management & Administration
    • Information Techology