Phi Beta Lambda is the collegiate division of the national
association, Future Business Leaders of America–Phi Beta Lambda, Inc.
(FBLA-PBL). And don’t let the Greek name deceive you––PBL is not a social fraternity
or sorority. Social events are certainly a part of PBL activities, but the main
focus is business and leadership development.
The mission of PBL is to bring business and education
together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and
career development programs.
Business and education are
brought together when students preparing to enter the business world interact
with those persons currently in the business world. Through this interaction,
student members learn how to become more marketable, and gain contacts in the
business world that will help them accomplish their career objectives.
The best leaders and business
professionals are not born being the best––they have to continuously hone their
skills if they want to stay on top. PBL gives motivated individuals the tools
they need in their quest for self-improvement. Local chapters throughout the
nation participate in a wide variety of activities both on and off campus. They
initiate business ventures, organize community service projects, attend state
and national leadership conferences, participate in fundraisers, and create
publications. Students have the opportunity to win accolades on the state and
national levels. Members gain a competitive advantage in the business world by
interacting with local companies and their executives.
PBL is for college students,
with over 8,000 members and more than 350 chapters nationwide.
How Can You Benefit From PBL?
In short, the only limit to what can be achieved is how hard
you are willing to work. Here are some of the most common activities that PBL
members participate in:
Conferences : Conferences
include informative and motivational keynote addresses, career fairs,
workshops, competitive events, theme dances, election of officers, and awards
recognition. The workshops at the conferences provide business-related and
personal educational opportunities, while event competition allows students to
gain recognition for their business and leadership knowledge.
Leadership Activities : PBL is about working together. In keeping with this
spirit of cooperation, PBL has formed partnerships with national organizations
to provide its membership with a range of exciting and innovative programs and
activities. Members gain recognition, financial assistance, and valuable
experience through their participation in programs such as the March of Dimes,
the National Literacy Project, Investment Challenge, Operation Enterprise, and
the PBL Foundation Scholarship program.
Positions : Because PBL is a national organization, students have the
opportunity to serve as officers on the local, state, regional, and national
levels. Members who aspire to leadership roles gain the experience of running a
campaign, going through officer training, and playing an important role in the
development of the program of work for the year—not to mention the experience
of leading the chapter in its activities and acting as an ambassador for the
Attention students! Wake Tech’s 2nd Annual Accounting Fair will be held on Thursday, October 24th at the Southern Wake Campus at 5:00pm. There will be FREE FOOD and PRIZES available!
Many employers will be there looking for students to partake in internships for Spring 2020 alongside some local universities who will be there to answer any transfer/major specific questions you may have
LOCATION: Southern Wake Campus
ADDERESS: 9101 Fayetteville Rd. Raleigh, NC 27603
DATE: Thursday, October 24th, 2019
EVENT TIME: 5:00pm-7:00pm
PLEASE MAKE SURE TO READ AND FOLLOW ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS:
YOU MUST RSVP BEFORE FRIDAY 10/18 ! THE LINK WILL CLOSE AFTER THE DEADLINE
Attire: DRESS PROFESSIONALLY
On the day of the event, Registration/Sign-in begins at 4:45PM. The event will begin PROMPTLY at 5:00pm and end PROMPTLY at 7:00pm
Please remember to bring MULTIPLE COPIES OF YOUR RESUME
The first 50 registered students who sign in will receive a FREE professional photo (head shot) by a professional photographer. SWAG Bag items will be available to the first 100 registered students who sign in, so please plan to arrive EARLY
The NWC Accounting Club will hold the Fall 2019 Kick-Off Meeting on Wednesday, August 28th at 11:30 AM
Location: North Campus, Building K, Room 340
Pizza and Beverages will be provided from Sergio’s. Come and learn about the Accounting Club and how you can participate as a member and even an officer (Great For Resumes!). All students are welcome. You do not have to be an accounting major to join.
Accounting Club Meetings will be held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month at 11:30 AM in Bldg K, Room 340 unless otherwise posted.
The meeting dates will be the following for the semester at 11:30-12:15pm , NK 345 unless otherwise posted. Our next meeting will be on 9/12. We are planning on having elections and having officers meet to discuss their role for the 2018 Semester. I may also have a special guest to talk about the CPA exam.
The Accounting Club will be holding their Spring Kick-Off Meeting from on January 25th from 12-12:45 in Room NK 345. There will be free food and drinks provided. You do not need to be an accounting major to attend or to become a member. The club offers great networking opportunities with fellow students and professionals in the accounting field. Last semester the club participated in the NC Association of CPAs volunteer event.
The meeting will provide an introduction to the club. We will discuss plans for the semester including our upcoming officer elections, volunteer projects and our proposed accounting special event for the Spring. We hope to see you there!
The Accounting Club – North Campus Chapter, will hold its next meeting on Thursday, September 21st at 11:30am in NK-355. We welcome all students in good standing to be a member of the Club.
We will be holding elections for our officer positions at this meeting. Below is a listing of Officer Position. If you are interested in running for one or more of these positions, please email Deanna Knighton or Chuck Powell, Faculty Advisors. Please indicate the office(s) you are interested in. The deadline to declare you interest is one week before the election date (September 14th). The Faculty Advisors will prepare a list of candidates and distribute this before the meeting.
President, Treasurer, Secretary, SGA Representative, Member Manager, Event Manager
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Business Technologies & Accounting Career Fair (opens in a new window) [plain text: https://orgsync.com/93263/events/1793610/occurrences/4211341] This is a great opportunity to ask questions and gain insightful information by meeting and talking with employers in the Business Technologies industry. This event is open to current curriculum students and graduates, in the targeted program area of Accounting, Business Administration, Business Administration with a focus on Human Resources Management, Business Analytics and Global Logistics. Mar 17, 2017