What makes this club so special?
Every student who joins FBLA and attends a conference or workshop always walks away with new networking skills. Over 10,000 students attend the NLC; everyone is bound to make one new friend.
FBLA allows students to grow out of their shell. Students meet other students everywhere, in the elevator, conference room and even at dinner. By the end of the conference, no one is shy and everyone now has new communication skills.
There are over 60 events for every student to compete in. Those which are group events allow students to learn about every dynamic when working in a group. Students learn how to solve and prevent problems that may arise.
When students join FBLA they join an organization that will make them the leaders of tomorrow. Leaders will be the ones that will be more successful and wealthy in the future.
River Hill FBLA is one of the best chapters in the state and all our new members help keep it that way
Ever since the beginning of River Hill FBLA, our chapter was known for being the best. The River Hill High School Chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America was first chartered in 1999. Teresa Waters and Lorene Canella were the first co-advisers of River Hill FBLA. They both dedicated time from their busy schedules to immerse themselves in FBLA. Since then, one of the original advisers, Ms. Canella, has left the school and Mrs. Waters has taken the reins as full adviser for our chapter. She has spent countless hours, and River Hill FBLA’s good fortune and success can only be attributed to her keen leadership ability. River Hill has won the state championship trophy many times since its birth in 1999. In 2006, the trophy was retired by RHFBLA, proof that we have won the state championship 13 times in 15 years. And at this year’s State Leadership Conference, River Hill FBLA has won the Louis T. Kaminski Award for the eleventh consecutive year.
Start your own business
FBLA members are 40 % more likely to start their own business after high school graduation.
Attend a four year college
FBLA members are 25% more likely to say they plan to attend a four year college or university
Improve your academic performance
60% of students interested in business majors/careers say FBLA positively impacted their academic performance.
Everyone who joins FBLA has fun while learning how to be successful in life
Follow our chapter's progress
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TYP Homeless Drive In the trip to Washington D.C. with The Youth Project, River Hill FBLA spent an entire day in efforts to improve the lives of the homeless in both the short-term and long-term. For the homeless drive, we distributed items and accessories, such as hand warmers, gloves, socks, and sanitary products. By providing[…]
The Giving Tree This holiday season, the River Hill FBLA promoted Christmas spirit by providing gifts for local families in need. The project, carried out in partnership with Man in the Mirror, a community service club at River Hill, involved a large portion of River Hill FBLA general members as well as other students in[…]
Time Management Workshop & Regional Celebration On February 6th, River Hill FBLA held their Time Management Workshop and Regional Celebration workshop. We were privileged to have three of our Professional Division members present and would like to thank Ms. Amanda Piper, Mr. Richard Wagner, Ms. Carla Doyle for their continual support for our chapter.[…]
On November 15th, 2016, River Hill FBLA hosted their annual American Enterprise Day workshop. We had 87 members in attendance who were divided into 15 random teams. The members had the opportunity to network and connect with new and different people. The groups were given a prompt to create a business in the up-and-coming Clarksville[…]
On October 20th, River Hill FBLA held their 2016-2017 Induction Ceremony. We had an amazing guest speaker, Ms. Carla Doyle, a partner at Dale Carnegie Training Mid-Atlantic. Ms. Doyle offered tips on how to be more organized and efficient in order to be a better leader. After the guest speaker, our chapter adviser, Ms. Teresa[…]
On September 29th, 2016, Mr. Allan Kittleman visited River Hill High School. Two representatives from the River Hill FBLA officer team, Victoria Gulas and Max Mzhen, escorted Mr. Kittleman through River Hill High School during 1st Period. They then brought Mr. Kittleman into the Business Design and Development class, which contains most of the[…]
On November 20th, 2015 11 River Hill FBLA students attended the National Fall Leadership Conference in Baltimore, Maryland. Two of our students, Alexis Datta and Jonathan Zhao arrived early to fulfill their officer duties. Four more students, Arjun Jale, Prateek Swamykumar, Kareem Ahmed and Chase Neuberth arrived at noon with Mrs. Discepolo, our chaperone. They went for lunch[…]
This past Thursday, November 18th, River Hill FBLA held its annual American Enterprise Day workshop in the Information Center. FBLA-PBL recognizes every 15th of November as American Enterprise Day, which aims to celebrate and publicize the United State’s free enterprise system through various programs and activities aimed to educate members on our unique system. The[…]
On November 4th River Hill FBLA held its first annual first impression workshop to teach members how to make a good first impression. This was our biggest workshop to date so thank you to all of our members who attended. Our FBLA officers invited a guest speaker from the school of protocol to come in[…]