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Future Business Leaders of America

State Conference Attendees
State Conference Attendees


Mt. Zion Middle School’s Future Business Leaders of America chapter provides an opportunity for students to strengthen their leadership skills outside the regular classroom. Students acquire skills that will set them apart from other middle school students. They apply their knowledge through business-related activities and events. They also improve their leadership skills, helping them make a positive impact in their school and community. They participate in local, regional, state, and national competitions for individual and chapter recognition. They gain a competitive edge for college and career success. Business and Computer Science Teacher Tewanna Brown is the FBLA Adviser at Mt. Zion Middle School.


Get Involved in MZMS FBLA—7th or 8th grade student at Mt. Zion Middle School may join FBLA for only $15 dues.


Please make checks payable to Mr. Zion Middle School

with the student's first and last name on the memo line.

Please include a current phone number on all checks.


Parents are welcome to participate by doing any of the following:

1.     Meetings:  distribute papers, take attendance, chaperone at one or more regular chapter meetings

2.     Refreshments:  provide refreshments at a regular chapter meeting

3.     Guest Speakers:   leadership topic at a regular meeting (first impressions, public speaking, preparing for college, employability skills, other)

4.     Professional Development:  present a workshop on leadership or business topics

5.     Chaperone:  travel with us to local, regional, or state events

6.     Financial Contribution:  sponsor a student or parent to local, regional, or state events

7.     Field Trip:  offer students an opportunity to visit your work-site for a glimpse of “business behind the scenes.”


We are committed to building our students into leaders who are actively involved in the school and business communities. For more information, visit the or Websites or contact Mrs. Brown @


 Community Service—FBLA members will participate in community service projects throughout the school year. 

Current Needs:

·         Snacks and drinks for club meetings