Emily Strom earned the Business Achievement Award America Level and Community Service Award Achievement Level.

C-FC FBLA celebrates a successful year


(6/24/2020)

Leah Hager, Wisconsin FBLA Who’s Who, third place.
Leah Hager, Wisconsin FBLA Who’s Who, third place.


2019-2020 C-FC FBLA officer team: Haili Brone, Leah Hager,  Carter Bauers, Brooke Allemann, Emily Strom, Zoey Slaby, and Damian Jilk.
2019-2020 C-FC FBLA officer team: Haili Brone, Leah Hager, Carter Bauers, Brooke Allemann, Emily Strom, Zoey Slaby, and Damian Jilk.


Brooke Allemann was elected as the Wisconsin FBLA president.
Brooke Allemann was elected as the Wisconsin FBLA president.


Dee Strom was named the 2020 Wisconsin FBLA Business Person of the Year.
Dee Strom was named the 2020 Wisconsin FBLA Business Person of the Year.


C-FC FBLA has a lot to celebrate and be proud of as the team wraps up the school year. The chapter and its members have earned numerous recognitions including the Outstanding Chapter Award. The officer team worked hard to complete a wide range of tasks in order to receive this prestigious award. 

Brooke Allemann, a junior at C-FC, completed her term as Wisconsin FBLA State vice president and was elected to serve as the 2020-2021 Wisconsin FBLA State president. Allemann is an outstanding leader and her passion for FBLA is evident in all that she does. 

Dee Strom, a professional FBLA member with C-FC FBLA, won the Wisconsin FBLA Business Person of the Year. Strom has dedicated countless hours to helping students succeed. She has supported C-FC FBLA by giving mock interviews, presentations, and helping students to prepare for competitions. 

Leah Hager received third place for Who’s Who in Wisconsin FBLA for her involvement in local, state, and national FBLA events.

Emily Strom is one of a select few FBLA members to earn the Business Achievement Award American Level and the Community Service Award Achievement Level. Both of these awards are the highest level an FBLA member can earn. The Business Achievement Awards is a leadership development program which requires students to complete several tasks related to service, education and progress. In order to earn the Achievement Level Community Service Award, Strom had to complete 500 community service hours during her high school career. Several other C-FC FBLA members are one their way to earning these top award and have completed the following levels:

 

Business Achievement Awards

•    Alex Rothering, Future Level

•    Mikayla Stiehl, Future Level

•    Zoey Slaby, Business and Leader levels

•    Haili Brone, Business and Leader levels

•    Emily Strom, Leader and America levels

 

Community Service Awards

•    Zoey Slaby, Community Level (50 hours)

•    Carter Bauers, Community Level (50 hours)

•    Emily Strom, Achievement Level (500 hours)

 

The following students qualified to compete at this year’s Virtual National Leadership Experience:

•    Brooke Allemann in future business leader

•    Karter Domine in introduction to parliamentary procedures

•    Amara Livingston, Barbara Dittrich, Mikayla Stiehl, and Philip Krzyszton in parliamentary procedures

•    Zoey Slaby and Haili Brone in introduction to business presentation

 

This year couldn’t have been as successful if it wasn’t for all the hard work of the local chapter officer team of Brooke Allemann, Leah Hager, Emily Strom, Carter Bauers, Damian Jilk, Zoey Slaby and Haili Brone. Mrs. Tarjeson would like to thank the officers for all of their hard work and dedication to the chapter.  

 

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