will take on the following knowledge and responsibilities:
prospective members must pay membership dues each year ($40). Make checks
payable to Phi Beta Lambda. Any student may join at any time during the
year. Along with paying dues, each member is required to provide
accurate information for future contact on the
2. To meet the
Phi Beta Lambda officers and advisor and get to know them.
3. To understand
what Phi Beta Lambda is all about, we ask all potential members to read
about our goals, benefits, and creed. This will enable members to tell
friends, family member, and future employers what PBL is about.
4. All potential
members should know the following about Phi Beta Lambda:
-The three divisions of FBLA-PBL and their make up are:
1. FBLA - High School
2. PBL - College
3. Professional - Former high school FBLA members, PBL members,
or interested community business leaders
-The name of our Shippensburg University chapter is Phi Gamma.
-The PBL letters stand for: Phi - Future, Beta - Business, Lambda -
-The PBL colors are blue and
-The PBL bulletin board, which contains valuable information
about Phi Beta Lambda at Ship, is located on the second floor of the
John L. Grove College of Business
-Our chapter advisor is Dr. Coolsen.
-The first chapter of Phi Beta Lambda was organized in Pennsylvania in
1967 at Bloomsburg University
major goals of PBL are (see