Virginia Phi Beta Lambda End-Of-Year Evaluation Report
Use this form to evaluate your chapter's successes and improvement areas from this past year. This form replaces the previous Word document.

This form is due by May 15.

It is suggested that the outgoing and newly elected executive committee members complete this form and use the chapter copy as a guide in setting goals and developing a program of work for the next school year.

Your Chapter Information
College/University
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Address of College/University
Street Address only, please.
Your answer
City
Your answer
State
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ZIP Code
Your answer
Contact Information
2016-17 Chapter President/Key Student Contact Name
Your answer
2016-17 Chapter President/Key Student Contact Email
Your answer
2016-17 Chapter Adviser Name
Your answer
2016-17 Chapter Adviser Email
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Evaluation Report
Leadership Conference Attendance
The chapter was represented at:
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Program of Work
The program of work was planned early in the year, communicated to members, and carried out effectively.
No
Yes
The program of work was planned early in the year, communicated to members, and carried out effectively.
No
Yes
Chapter activities were based on PBL goals and purposes.
No
Yes
The program of work included activities in the five areas essential for a balanced program (skill and knowledge development, school and community service, leadership development, financial activities, and social activities).
No
Yes
The chapter participated in the State Service Project--ASK Childhood Cancer Foundation and national projects.
No
Yes
The chapter planned special activities for FBLA-PBL Week, and Career and Technical Education Week.
No
Yes
The chapter supported the Virginia FBLA-PBL Foundation, Inc.
No
Yes
Chapter Promotion
The chapter was involved in chartering or reactivating another FBLA-PBL chapter during the year.
No
Yes
The chapter developed a plan for promoting FBLA-PBL in the school and in the community.
No
Yes
The chapter had activities that involved interaction with local business and professional groups.
No
Yes
The chapter had activities that were jointly planned with other PBL, FBLA chapters, and/or Professional Division members.
No
Yes
The chapter made use of the following to promote FBLA-PBL:
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The chapter submitted articles to the state newsletter and PBL Business Leader.
No
Yes
The chapter increased its membership.
No
Yes
Cooperation and Understanding
Chapter members were interested, active, cooperative, and informed.
No
Yes
Each member attended and assisted with a chapter activity during the year.
No
Yes
Efforts were made to find and use the abilities of all chapter members.
No
Yes
Chapter members clearly understood FBLA-PBL goals, objectives, and values.
No
Yes
Chapter members recognized the opportunity for personal growth through FBLA-PBL.
No
Yes
Program Management
Chapter meetings were orderly and well planned.
No
Yes
An accurate reporting system was maintained.
No
Yes
Necessary reports and dues were sent promptly to the state and national offices.
No
Yes
The chapter made effective use of the state and national FBLA-PBL handbooks and other releases from the state and national offices.
No
Yes
The projects of the chapter helped in achieving goals that were set.
No
Yes
The chapter used the annual evaluation report for making future plans.
No
Yes
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