About Phi Beta Lambda
Phi Beta Lambda—Remington College Memphis Campus Chapter started in 2011 as a student organization for Business Majors. The organization has expanded its membership to other majors of Remington College—Memphis Campus.
As a student organization, it consist of RC student members, Professional members from the community, and Advisers. Its membership year runs from August 1st through July 31st and accept memberships throughout the year.
What are the requirements for membership?
You must be a student of RC.
What are the requirements for Professional members?
Be in a profession which would enhance our student member’s business skills and leadership abilities.
Members of Phi Beta Lambda — Remington College Memphis Campus Chapter have been instrumental in their service in the community, around campus, and progressing within their own lives. They have experienced networking, volunteering, traveling, fun, and learning. All in an effort to broaden their skills and abilities.
About Futures Business Leaders of America—Phi Beta Lambda
Phi Beta Lambda is the collegiate association of Future Business Leaders of America. FBLA-PBL is organized at the local, state, and national level. Although, at the local level, each chapter is separate and has the ability and tools from the National organization to run and manage itself. The organization has Advisers on all three levels . Advisers act as guides, organizers, and trainers.
Each local chapter, as well as, state and national levels, hold elections to leadership roles, such as, President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Historian, Reporter, and Parliamentarian. Elections are held each year. Officers oversee the activities, make suggestions, guide, and lead their members. They also act as representatives of their local chapters.
“The FBLA concept was developed in 1937 by Dr. Hamden L. Forkner of Columbia University. The first high school chapter was chartered in Johnson City, Tennessee on February 3, 1942. In 1958, the first PBL collegiate chapter was chartered in Iowa. The Professional Division, originally the Alumni Division, began in 1979. Joining FBLA-PBL in 1994 was the FBLA-Middle Level for students in grades 5-9. “
For more information:
Þ Visit www.fbla-pbl.org
Þ Attend a meeting