BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//Midstate College//Calendar//EN METHOD:PUBLISH BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP;TZID=US-Central:20170522T141201 DTSTART;TZID=US-Central:20140304T170000 DTEND;TZID=US-Central:20140304T180000 UID:00001b0063616c656e6461727075626c6963406d696473746174652e6564750151 000888d105861ca0b0004600000000b63237e869f7004a83941ab9ab7eea2707005441 f3719d56e4408cf6e3e5de6ce93200001618654a00005441f3719d56e4408cf6e3e5de 6ce93200bef11fafa7000010 SUMMARY:Phi Beta Lambda Meeting LOCATION:Room 120 CATEGORIES:Event PRIORITY:5 DESCRIPTION: \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \nPhi Beta Lambda Advisor: Nick Fowler \nDirector Student Affairs & Co-advisor: Rhonda Urban \nMeetings: 1st Tuesday of each month in room 303 from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM \nLecture Series: Once per term from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM (details b elow) \nNational Service Project: March of Dimes \nLocal Service Proje ct: Arthritis Foundation \nSpeaker Presentations \nThree times per ye ar PBL will sponsor a business-related speaker to come on-campus. PBL members will plan and host the evening and introduce the speaker. The dates scheduled for the 2014 year are as follows: \nFall Term – Octo ber 7 (Week 8) \nWinter Term – December 2 (Week 4) \n \nAll Business and Accounting instructors will be bringing their classes scheduled o n these dates to attend the lecture series in Room 303 from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM. Once the lecture is completed, classes will resume. Attendan ce will be taken for the lecture \nas part of the class for the evenin g. The lectures are being provided to enhance the students learning ex perience. Refreshments will be provided between 5:30 and 6:00 as stude nts and instructors gather for the lecture. \n \nLocal Service Projec t – Arthritis Foundation \nPBL in conjunction with Midstate College is supporting the Arthritis Foundation. Partnering with the Arthritis Foundation has opened up multiple opportunities for our students. The first Saturday in June Midstate hosts the annual Walk to Cure Arthriti s \n/Dog Walk at Midstate and the Rock Island Trail. \n \nOur partner ship with the Arthritis Foundation can provide the following opportuni ties: \n \nInternships in Business or AccountingVolunteer Opportunitie s for the Arthritis Walk/Dog Walk and Jingle Bell Run \n \nCommittee p articipation: Event Committee, Team Recruitment, Sponsorship, Public R elations, Logistics, and more \n \nResume building through community s ervice, volunteerism, and internship experiencesInside view of a non-p rofit organization and how they are operatedTeam building skill develo pmentPoints earned towards the Student Volunteer/Achievement Program \ n \nOpportunities are available whether you have a couple of hours onc e a month to volunteer or several days during the month. \n \nCollege Sponsored Events \nPBL members will be presented with opportunities to support the college in events such as the Business Department Meet &a mp; Greet, Orientation, Open Houses, and more. \n \nIncentives and Rew ards \nIncentives and rewards come through participation in PBL. Membe rs will receive their recognition pin and certificate; merit system in centives will be awarded annually; Student Volunteer/Achievement Progr am (SVAP) awards are ongoing; and the rewards for \nparticipating in v olunteering, community service, leadership roles, conferences, and the like are rewards that last a lifetime. \n \nFees \nAll business and a ccounting students are encouraged to enroll as a student member in the Phi Beta Lambda organization. This membership is important to the dev elopment of professionalism and leadership in students attending our b usiness and accounting \nprograms. \n \nStudent membership is $18.00 n ational and $7.00 local for a total of $25.00 annuallyDues can be inco rporated into the student’s financial aid packageStudents should see the Director of Student Affairs for information on how to enroll in t he organizationMembership renewal takes place during the following fal l registration, students renew their membership in the same manner \n \nPhi Beta Lambda \nWhat is Phi Beta Lambda? \nPhi Beta Lambda is the collegiate division of the national association, Future Business Lead ers of American-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc. (FBLA-PBL). Membership is open t o all students interested in pursuing a business or business-related c areer. Phi Beta Lambda \nincreases members’ knowledge in business th rough chapter meetings, conferences, and competitive events. \n \nThe mission of FBLA-PBL is to bring business and education together in a p ositive working relationship through innovation leadership and career development programs. Through this interaction, student members become more marketable and established contacts \nthat will help them accomp lish their career objectives. Businesses will benefit from PBL by gain ing access to a market of highly qualified prospective employees. \n \ nWhat are the goals of Phi Beta Lambda? \n \nDevelop capable, aggressi ve business leadershipStrengthen the confidence of students in themsel ves and their workCreate more interest in and understanding of the Ame rican business enterpriseEncourage members in the development of indiv idual projects, which contribute to the improvement of home, business, and communityDevelop character, prepare for useful citizenship, and f oster patriotismEncourage and practice efficient money managementEncou rage scholarship and promote school loyaltyAssist students in the esta blishment of occupational goalsFacilitate the transition from school t o work \n \nWhat are the benefits of Phi Beta Lambda? \n \nLeadership positions at the local, state, and national levelsPrograms and activit iesConferences and workshopsCompetitive events at the state and nation al levels \n \n \n \n \n X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html: \n \n \n \n \n< style> \n \n \n \n
 
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< b>Phi Beta Lambda Advisor:  Nick Fowler
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Direc tor Student Affairs & Co-advisor:  Rhonda Urban
\n< div>Meetings:  1st Tuesday of each month in room 303 from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM \n
Lecture Series:  O nce per term from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM (details below)
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N ational Service Project:  March of Dimes
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Loca l Service Project:  Arthritis Foundation
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S peaker Presentations
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Three times per year PBL wi ll sponsor a business-related speaker to come on-campus.  PBL mem bers will plan and host the evening and introduce the speaker.  T he dates scheduled for the 2014 year are as follows:
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Fall Term – October 7 (Week 8)
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Winter Term – December 2 ( Week 4)
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All Business and Accounting i nstructors will be bringing their classes scheduled on these dates to attend the lecture series in Room 303 from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM.  O nce the lecture is completed, classes will resume.  Attendance wi ll be taken for the lecture \nas part of the class for the evening.&nb sp; The lectures are being provided to enhance the students learning e xperience.  Refreshments will be provided between 5:30 and 6:00 a s students and instructors gather for the lecture. 
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Local Service Project – Arthritis Foundat ion
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PBL in conjunction with Midstate College is s upporting the Arthritis Foundation.  Partnering with the Arthriti s Foundation has opened up multiple opportunities for our students.&nb sp; The first Saturday in June Midstate hosts the  annual Walk to Cure Arthritis \n/Dog Walk at Midstate and the Rock Island Trail. \n
 
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Our partnership with the Arthritis Foun dation can provide the following opportunities:
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  • Internships in Business or Accounting
  • Volunteer Opportunities for the Arthritis Walk/Dog Walk  and Jingle Bell Run
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  • Committee participation:  Event Committee, Team Recruit ment, Sponsorship, Public Relations, Logistics, and more
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  • Resume building through community service, volunteerism, and internship experiences
  • In side view of a non-profit organization and how they are operated
  • < li>Team building skill development
  • Points earned towards the S tudent Volunteer/Achievement Program
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    \n< div>Opportunities are available whether you have a couple of hours onc e a month to volunteer or several days during the month.
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    College Sponsored Events
    \nPBL members will be presented with opportunities to support the coll ege in events such as the Business Department Meet & Greet, Orient ation, Open Houses, and more. \n
     
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    I ncentives and Rewards
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    Incentives and rewards come through participation in PBL.  Members will receive their recogn ition pin and certificate; merit system incentives will be awarded ann ually; Student Volunteer/Achievement Program (SVAP) awards are ongoing ; and the rewards for \nparticipating in volunteering, community servi ce, leadership roles, conferences, and the like are rewards that last a lifetime.
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    Fees
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    All business and accounting students are encouraged to enroll a s a student member in the Phi Beta Lambda organization.  This mem bership is important to the development of professionalism and leaders hip in students attending our business and accounting \nprograms.
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    • Student membership is $18.00 national and $7.00 local for a total of $25.00 annually
    • Dues can be incorporated into the student’s financial aid packag e
    • Students should see the Director of Student Affairs for info rmation on how to enroll in the organization
    • Membership renewa l takes place during the following fall registration, students renew t heir membership in the same manner
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    \nPhi Beta Lambda \n
    What is Phi Beta Lambda?
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    Phi Beta Lambda is the collegiate division of the nation al association, Future Business Leaders of American-Phi Beta Lambda, I nc. (FBLA-PBL).  Membership is open to all students interested in pursuing a business or business-related career.  Phi Beta Lambda \nincreases members’ knowledge in business through chapter meetings , conferences, and competitive events.
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    \nThe mission of FBLA-PBL is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovation leadership and c areer development programs.  Through this interaction, student me mbers become more marketable and established contacts \nthat will help them accomplish their career objectives.  Businesses will benefi t from PBL by gaining access to a market of highly qualified prospecti ve employees. \n
     
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    What are the goals of P hi Beta Lambda?
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    • Develop capable, aggressive business leadership
    • Strengthen th e confidence of students in themselves and their work
    • Create m ore interest in and understanding of the American business enterprise< /li>
    • Encourage members in the development of individual projects, w hich contribute to the improvement of home, business, and community
    • Develop character, prepare for useful citizenship, and foster pa triotism
    • Encourage and practice efficient money management
    • Encourage scholarship and promote school loyalty
    • Assist s tudents in the establishment of occupational goals
    • Facilitate the transition from school to work
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    \nWhat are the benefits of Phi Beta Lambda? \n
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    • Leadership positions at the local, state, and national levels
    • Programs and activities
    • Conferenc es and workshops
    • Competitive events at the state and national levels
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