New Adviser of the Year Award (Individual Recognition Award)
The purpose of the the New Adviser of the Year Award is to recognize an outstanding local FBLA Arizona adviser that is new to our organization. The receipent must be an adviser with less than four years of experience as an FBLA adviser.
Nominations may come from local chapter advisers, FBLA members, Professional Division Members, local administrators, alumni and Board of Trustees members. Nominations are due by the State Leadership Conference pre-judged date. Refer to the State Leadership Conference page for exact date.
The nominator shall email a nomination letter to Lacy.Hunt@azed.gov. The letter should be based on the criteria below.
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.
Actively promotes interaction of FBLA activities with all business teachers and throughout high school courses and departments.
Works with business persons and civic groups in the community.
Provides opportunities for members to participate in FBLA activities beyond the local level.
Has served as a local chapter adviser for at least two (2) years.
Rallies time and resources to support local chapter development
Integrates FBLA into the classroom
Contributes to local, state, and national FBLA.
Supports business and career technical education through involvement and leadership in other activities.
All submissions are due to the FBLA Arizona State Office by the date on the State Leadership Conference page.