Below are three nationally recognized Career Technology Student Organizations (CTSO’s). Learn about each of them below:



FBLA – Future Business Leaders of America:


FBLA is the largest Career and Technical Student Organization in the world preparing students to become business leaders in a global society. FBLA is a student-run, nationally recognized chapter with over 350 members (including both national and state champions). Members can attend business/leadership workshops at state/national conferences, participate in competitive events, and be involved in numerous community service opportunities. Members may also earn recognition, awards and scholarships! FBLA provides students with the real-world experience and connections necessary to succeed in business.

Find out more HERE.





DECA is a marketing club where students will learn valuable real-world skills, and network with other future business leaders from across the world. DECA participates in acts of service on campus and in the local community. Members will get a chance to experience informative workshops, conferences and can compete at a regional, state, and international level. Many members have received scholarships and have gone on to have successful careers. The experience is great, and all that are a part of DECA are better for it.

Find out more HERE



TSA: Technology Student Association:


Are you ready to embark on a journey of innovation and discovery? The Technology Student Association (TSA) eagerly invites you to be a part of our dynamic community. TSA isn’t just a CTSO; it’s a gateway to endless possibilities in the world of technology. Through TSA, you’ll unleash your creative potential, engage in competitions, and connect with like-minded peers. Our state recognized chapter is your platform to gain recognition and cultivate skills that will set you apart.

Find out more HERE


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