A selection committee will review information according to stated criteria, with emphasis being given to that adviser who:
• Has a deep commitment to FBLA and the members.
• Uses a fair and democratic approach in leading the chapter.
• Actively promotes interaction of FBLA activities with all business teachers and throughout high school courses and departments.
• Works with civic groups in the community.
• Uses real-world methods in coordinating the work of FBLA.
• Uses sound planning and evaluation of local chapter activities.
• Provides opportunities for members to participate in FBLA activities beyond the local
• Has served as a local chapter adviser for no more than three (3) years.
• Rallies time and resources to support local chapter development
• Integrates FBLA into the classroom
• Serves as a role model, mentor, and champion of member and adviser success.
• Contributes to local, state, and national FBLA.
• Supports business and career technical education through involvement and leadership in other activities.