Recently, Mamaroneck FBLA held its annual Induction Ceremony for new members.
In official business procedures, first-year members joined the ranks of the largest student-run organization in the world, boasting over a quarter million official adherents. Procedures were carried out in accordance with the official FBLA principles and procedures. New members agreed to follow and respect the principles of FBLA, which include ethical business, eco-friendliness, and support of local charities and community services. 18 new members joined the Mamaroneck chapter this year, and their hard work and enthusiasm will help the chapter to continue its growth and prosperity.
Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL) has a very comprehensive set of values that characterizes the leaders it produces. Education is a critically important component of our future leaders, and members therefore commit substantial effort and time to their high-level academic achievements. Leadership is also a quality FBLA develops in its members, and in the Mamaroneck chapter all members are presented with responsibilities that they are expected to exceed expectations with. Members also give back to the community, and this year (like every other year), Mamaroneck FBLA has been a patron of March of Dimes, Habitat for Humanity, the Hunger Task Force, and Haircuts for Hope. This sense of responsibility towards the community is one FBLA greatly develops in its members.