FBLA is a national non-profit educational association for students preparing for careers in business, entrepreneurial or business-related fields.
The association prepares students for employment by promoting competent, aggressive business leadership, increasing understanding of American free enterprise, establishing career goals encouraging scholarship, promoting efficient money management, and developing character and self-confidence.
Co-curricular activities encourage career development, civic service, economic education, community involvement and business advocacy. Partnerships are formed with Chambers of Commerce, local businesses, industries, and government. An extensive skills competitions program is offered to challenge members achievements in their academic pursuits.
FBLA serves the Roswell community in many ways throughout the school year. Here you can find out about all the exciting events happening around Roswell and Roswell High School. Be sure to follow Roswell FBLA on Facebook and to see all of our upcoming plans and follow the Georgia FBLA on Twitter to get instant updates on FBLA events happening statewide.
The Roswell High School FBLA chapter is sponsored by Ms. Sue Cowart, Buisness Education teacher in the Career and Technical Education Department at Roswell High School. The chapter president is Andrew Peoples, vive presidents are Adam Terrinoni and McHale Schneider, treasurer is Pete Suktankar, secretary is George Korbut, and reporter is Chase Watson.