FBLA Member Scholarships

FBLA members have access to scholarships from college programs, as well as supplemental educational programs and recognition awards. Scholarship information is provided as a service to our advisers and members and is not intended to be an endorsement of any of the nonaffiliated organizations or programs. Eligibility requirements, scholarship amount, deadlines, and other pertinent award details vary per scholarship. Scholarships are available to students attending the following institutions: Arizona State UniversityArt Institutes System of SchoolsBarton CollegeBerkeley CollegeCatawba CollegeChamplain CollegeCumberland UniversityJohnson & Wales UniversityMinerva Schools @ KGI—NewMorrisville State College Leadership AwardsMount Ida CollegeNational Technical Honor SocietyNFIB Young Entrepreneur AwardsNorthwood UniversityNSU & Razor's Edge Leadership Scholarship ProgramPenn Commercial Business/Technical SchoolPittsburgh Technical InstituteUniversity of the OzarksWebber International UniversityWesleyan College For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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