York University's Collegiate FBLA (formerly known as PBL) chapter has been dedicated
to inspiring and developing the next generation of leaders by preparing students for
careers in business and business-related fields. Collegiate FBLA offers a breadth
of activities that build personal and professional skills, including unique career
development programs, business tours, workshops, and so much more.
The YU Collegiate FBLA chapter is the largest chapter in the state of Nebraska leading the way in community service, leadership activities, and career readiness building.
In The News
PBL Brings Home the Hardware!
Following an impressive showing at the Nebraska State PBL Conference, the chapter represented York University well and received several awards for competitive events and leadership activities.
PBL Chapter Leads at State Competition
Once again, students have their eyes set on PBL Nationals after competing at the Professional Business Leaders (PBL) State Leadership Conference in Kearney, Neb. The chapter represented the college well and received several awards for its competitive events and leadership activities.
PBL National Champions!After an impressive seventeen 1st place awards at the Nebraska state competition in the spring, the York College Professional Business Leaders set their sights high for the National Leadership Conference, June 24-27, and did their PBL chapter proud. Sixteen Top 10 finishes were awarded that included one individual national champion, one team champion, two team runners-up, and seven additional students at fifth or better in their events.
York University offers scholarships for incoming students who commit to participate in Collegiate FBLA leadership capacities and competitive events. For more information talk to an admission enrollment counselor.
Collaboration with Local Businesses
FBLA students frequently partner with local businesses for internships and other service-learning
opportunities. Recent partnerships include the York Area Chamber of Commerce, City
of York Parks and Recreation, and Hudl.
If you are a local businessperson interested in partnering with York College PBL, please contact Nick DiToro, Associate Professor, E.A. Levitt School of Business.