Internet Resources

Callahan, Terry
December 2004
Career Preparation Clubs: Goal Oriented;2004, p61
This article presents some Web site addresses. The Web site for Business Professionals of America is www. bpa.org; DECA supplies information on competitions and chapters and its Web site is www.deca.org; www.fbla-pbl.org is the Web site of Future Business Leaders of America; www.fcclainc.org is the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Web site.


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