Massachusetts FBLA

Welcome to MA FBLA

Latest Updates

The 2020 State Leadership Conference (SLC) will be held on Monday, April 6 from 8:00am to 2:30pm at The VERVE Hotel Conference Center in Natick. Registration opens at 7:30am. More details »

National FBLA has migrated to a new database. This exciting new portal, called my.FBLA, combines previously separate systems and allows all members and advisers to have access via their own individual login. For assistance, read the registration instructions, FAQs, and YouTube tutorials.

Online membership registration is now open for the 2019-2020 school year. All chapters must register each member through my.FBLA and submit dues to the national office. High school division dues of $15 per member are due on 3/1/20. Collegiate division dues of $20 per member are due on 4/15/20. Register today via my.FBLA »

Advisers or a designated chapter officer should send the list of new chapter officers to with names, titles, and email addresses as soon as the new team is elected. If you have not done this yet, please do so at your first opportunity.

Open Programs

ACTION AWARENESS (Deadline: March 1)
The third of the three-part Chapter Challenge program, Action Awarness encourages chapters to participate in FBLA Week and Career & Technical Education Month. The program outlines suggested activities while allowing chapters to earn recognition. Learn more about Action Awareness and begin tracking your progress »

The BAA is FBLA’s signature individual leadership program. It contains a blueprint of activities for members to complete during their high school career. Learn more about the requirements and get started today »

Members who donate their time to give back to the community this year should track their hours and receive FBLA recognition at 50, 200, and 500 hours. Learn more about the requirements and get started today »

STOCK MARKET GAME (Begins February 2; Register by March 2)
Students in the Stock Market Game (SMG) can work individually or in teams with up to 5 members to invest a hypothetical $100,000 in stocks and funds to build a virtual investment portfolio. Additional fees apply. Learn more and register today »

LIFESMARTS (Begins February 3)
This online event challenges students to integrate multiple areas of business knowledge and skills, using critical-thinking skills and teamwork during competition. Student teams will compete online during the fall and spring competitions, and winners will be eligible to compete at the National Leadership Conference. Learn more and register today »

State Officers

President: Caleb Lazar, Newton South
VP of Programs: Jessica Wu, Newton South
VP of Communications: Anna Zhang, Newton South
VP of Membership: Garrett Barth, Natick