We Prepare Students to be Leaders in Business


inding high-quality opportunities for your students to apply what they’re learning in the classroom is tough. As former educators and industry leaders, we’ve been there with you… scouring the internet looking for interactive projects (that don’t go over your non-existent budget), trying to find industry folks to speak to students, and find supplemental instruction materials!

Oregon FBLA bridges the gap between educational needs and industry expectations and provides students opportunities to apply what they learn in the classroom to real-world challenges. We equip you with the materials and experiences necessary to develop the skills and leadership of students. Through involvement with Oregon FBLA, students have the opportunity to apply what you teach them in the classroom to real-world challenges and help shape the future of business.

Join the Largest Student Business Association in the World

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is a student-led organization that is an integral part of the business, information technology, and entrepreneurship education instructional program. FBLA offers enhanced opportunities to develop leadership and career skills to students who have an interest in the American Free Enterprise System.

We Prepare Leaders for Strategic and Successful Careers in Business

Complete an FBLA Interest Form

TThis helps us get to know you and why you are interested in starting an FBLA chapter. It also allows us to help identify that your school meets the requirements to have an FBLA on campus.

Connect with FBLA

Connect with your State Management Team to officially get started and gain access FBLA’s official membership system: FBLA CONNECT.

Get Started with FBLA!

You are now ready to dive into FBLA. A member of our Chapter Support team will meet with you for an Orientation about FBLA to help you get started with the basics. You will learn how to sign-up students, get access to FBLA’s programs and resources, and plan your first initial FBLA meeting.

Invest in the Lives of Oregon’s Student Leaders