FBLA Arizona is currently looking to hire someone for a paid internship position for up to 20 hrs/week. Must be at least 18 years old. Duties will include helping the State Adviser, the Assistant to the State Adviser, attending all conferences for FBLA Arizona, and any other duties deemed necessary by FBLA Arizona.
If you know an alumni or past student who would be interested, please have them contact Julie Ellis with a resume at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When I first encountered Ramon Chavez he was networking with a group of FBLA members from the St. David Chapter. At the FLEX conference it was evident that his encouraging leadership lifted surrounding members. I respect his willingness to ask challenging questions that clearly express his quest for knowledge. The positive energy and curiosity of Ramon exhibits the qualities of a dedicated FBLA member. This Kingman High School student is a prime example of a Future Business Leader!
This is Kevin Van and he is a junior at Tolleson High School. I met Kevin at a couple workshops that were focussed how a member can get the best out of their FBLA experience and help their chapter as well. In these workshops I've noticed the type of attention Kevin had by asking the great questions and taking notes. Whenever there was a need for a volunteer, Kevin made sure to put himself out there. He never missed a moment to lighten the mood and make the entire room laugh, network with members from other schools and organizations, as well as bring positive energy to the room. Great job Kevin for showing your FBLA pride at the Fall Leadership Extravaganza and thank you for FLEXing your leadership muscles!
Keanu Washington is a member of La Joya Community High School FBLA. I first met Keanu at my chapter visit to La Joya. He was very attentive and asked many questions during the presentation, always with a mind and focus on gathering information and helping others. He displayed countless leadership skills and traits, and continued to do so when I saw him again at the FLEX Conference. He is the recipient of this BBM pin for his constant quest for knowledge and growth as a leader in FBLA!
Veliuzka Emerson is an amazing leader from Lee Williams High School. She works tirelessly for the improvement of her chapter, as shown in the beautiful and professional polo shirts she designed for them. She was also very engaged in the FBLA BAA’s and CSA’s workshop at FLEX and already has quite a bit of experience working on her BAA’s. She is an example of leadership and it is clear that her actions are Building Better Members every day!
Brendon Nuttall is a Junior at Thatcher High School. He's an active member and works hard in order to make sure that his chapter's great. He not only makes a difference within his chapter, but he's made an impact with other members as well. His positive attitude and leadership qualities were easily noticeable at this year's FLEX Conference. I'm honored to have the opportunity to meet members like Brendon, and I can't wait to see him continue his FBLA journey!
Tenille Updike is a member of the Blue Ridge High School Chapter, and it was such a pleasure to speak with her at this conference. She told me about what she learned from the workshops she attended, and of her determination to run for state office. She is truly an example to me of what an inspired and hard-working FBLA member should be. Not only is she a wonderful member, but a joy to be around. She certainly is building better membership as she devotes her time to FBLA. Thank you for all you do Tenille!
Meet crystal Benjamin she is a budding leader from Vail Academy and High School. I chose Crystal as my BBM because she showed true engagement in the FLEX workshops by asking questions and paying attention. Not only that but she was also a super positive and inviting person to be around! Thank you so much Crystal for being an amazing leader and reflecting those qualities to those around you!
Rico Garcia is a member from Thatcher high school that has displayed all the qualities necessary to be one of the best members in our state. Rico was attentive and inquisitive during FLEX workshops, displaying a passion for FBLA and a yearning for education. Thank you Rico for truly being one of FBLA's elite members!
“Marissa Lara, a sophomore from Tucson High School, came up to me at the Fall Leadership Extravaganza asking to take a picture for a scavenger hunt that her chapter officer team came up with. I thought “wow what a great idea to have a conference scavenger hunt to keep the members involved” and I decided to get to know a little bit more about her. Being only a sophomore, Marissa is already an officer for her chapter in charge of community service. Not only is she involved with FBLA but she is involved with track & field as well. She also enjoys drawing and playing instruments, so overall Marissa is a well-rounded student. She hopes to gain a lot of experience from FBLA and to build her confidence and public speaking skills. Congratulations to one of the 10 BBM winners, Marissa Lara”-Brenden
Maya Mendez from Poston Butte is an outstanding member and leader. During FLEX she showed extreme enthusiasm during the workshops and actively participated. Thank you Maya for your nonstop dedication and thank you for being apart of the FBLA Arizona family! #BuildingBetterMembers
Seth Filo is excited to come back for his second year as an FBLA Arizona State Officer! After serving as State President last year and being able to represent Arizona on the national stage, he is enthusiastic to be able to return and make more positive change for the organization. When not in FBLA, Seth enjoys writing, debating, acting, and adventuring his state with his friends. After high school Seth plans to study Political Science with an emphasis in the business world. This year he hopes to continue to expand communication and involvement in programs. He looks forward to seeing FBLA Arizona grow and prosper once again! #stateofficersunday
Brenden Stires is proud to finish his senior year of high school at Lake Havasu High School representing FBLA Arizona as the 2017-2018 VP of Finance. He joined FBLA his freshman year and served as the Public Relations/Sergeant-at-arms officer of his local chapter. His sophomore year, he placed 2nd at state in Intro to Business, 3rd in Job Interview, and attended Nationals in Atlanta, Georgia for Job Interview. Brenden wishes to study Business at the W.P. Carey School of Business at ASU. Aside from his FBLA duties, he participates in football, soccer, and track & field. He enjoys every conference however the State Leadership Conference is his favorite. His greatest ambition for this year is to grow middle-level involvement from all around Arizona so that students are able to get involved with this wonderful organization as early as possible. #stateofficersunday