The 2009-2010 State Officer Team is proud to announce that it will launch a brand new program called the Oregon FBLA Presidents Council. The Presidents Council is comprised of a representative from each chapter, in most cases the Chapter President. The goal of this new program is to form a direct line of communication between the State Officer Team, the state association of Oregon FBLA and individual chapter members.
What does the Presidents Council do?
The primary purpose of the Presidents Council is to improve communication to chapter members. In addition, the Presidents Council is a tool for information dissemination (from State Officer, to Council member to chapter members), a great way to meet members and network, an opportunity to get more involved with the state association, get information about upcoming Oregon FBLA events and enable students to share ideas and tips and tricks with members in their region and the State Officer team.
Presidents Council members will collectively brainstorm ideas for the entire state to enjoy. Get ready to share your chapter’s best ideas for recruitment, chapter fundraisers, community service projects, preparation for competition and spirit activities- and pick up great ideas from other chapters!
When does the Presidents Council Meet?
The entire Presidents Council will meet for face to face meetings at the Oregon Leadership Institute and the State Business Leadership Conference. In addition to this, Presidents Council members of each region will meet at their respective Regional Skills Conference and will hold monthly conference calls.
How do I Get involved?
Each chapter has one representative on the Presidents Council, so ask your adviser about representing your chapter today!
Additional information will be posted to the website in the next few weeks, so stay tuned for more information!
Schedule of Upcoming Conference Call
Contact your Region's Vice President for more information. State Officer Contact Information