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Future Business Leaders of America–Phi Beta Lambda
Phi Beta Lambda is a college-level business organization open to all majors. It brings business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.
IUP PBL chapter members are involved in a wide variety of activities throughout the university and the Indiana community. Members are provided with the opportunity to gain state and national recognition by attending and competing in leadership conferences. We also focus on community service and networking.
Contact PBL at firstname.lastname@example.org or attend the next meeting.
There are no requirements to become a member; however, there are requirements to attend conferences. PBL members have to pay dues, which will be $60 for the entire year. These dues go toward the national and state dues and also help lower the cost of other activities. Members are required to do 10 hours of community service in order to attend PBL conferences.
Meetings are held bi-weekly on Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m., in 210 Eberly.
“In PBL, you gain endless networking opportunities and you can showcase your business knowledge throughout the organization and throughout the competitions PBL holds. This gives you real-world application and prepares you for your future.” —Andrew Melhorn
“Lifetime friendships and a great notch on your resume.” —Dan Fleming
“As a member of PBL, I have been able to further develop my leadership skills through various officer and chairperson positions, network with students and business professionals across the state and country at leadership conferences, and compete at the state and national level in business topics directly related to my major! You belong to a national organization while helping out with local and state community service projects. I enjoy being a member of PBL and will miss all the fun activities and opportunities after I graduate.” —Amanda Weller
“My high school started a FBLA chapter when I was a junior in high school. After being involved for a while, I started hearing about the college group (PBL). I've been an active member in PBL since I joined my freshmen year here at IUP.” —Felicia Moore
“PBL is one of the greatest organizations Eberly College offers. Being a part of PBL, you have the opportunity to stand out. I have gained many leadership skills from being part of PBL through conferences and competitions. My favorite part of PBL is the activities, community service, and traveling!” —Maureen Field