Individual Projects

Welcome to the Individual Projects page! This year’s individual projects chair is Venugopal Chillal.
Cupertino FBLA offers a variety of individual projects that members can complete to earn state or national recognition! Each year-long project consists of a set of activities designed to enhance your knowledge of real-world concepts, including finance, environmentalism, business, leadership, and career development. Individual projects are a great way to explore many aspects of FBLA while obtaining skills that will help you in your everyday life.
This year, we will be offering five recognized individual projects – the Business Achievement Award, Career Development, Financial Literacy, Go Green, and Leaders in Action – each with its own unique set of activities and concepts.

 

The Business Achievement Award focuses on developing business skills, community service, and FBLA knowledge. BAA has four yearlong levels that increase in difficulty and recognition – Future, Business, Leader, and America. Completion of this project is recognized by FBLA’s national program.
Career Development (11th/12th grade) prepares members to succeed in the business world by developing professional career profile through tasks such as building a résumé and attending career workshops. Completion of this project is recognized by California’s FBLA program.
Financial Literacy (9th/10th grade) teaches participants essential concepts related to money management, such as budgeting, savings, and credit/debit. Completion of this project is recognized by California’s FBLA program.
Go Green (9th/10th grade) encourages students to increase their awareness of environmentalism through participating in eco-friendly activities both at home and within the community. Completion of this project is recognized by California’s FBLA program.
Leaders in Action (11th/12th grade) promotes leadership and service within FBLA and the surrounding community by getting involved in volunteerism and local leadership/government. Completion of this project is recognized by California’s FBLA program.

If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail tinofbla.ip@gmail.com!