Sutton FBLA students appear in state-wide video

sutton-fbla-group-pictureStudents in Sutton Middle School’s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) program have  prominent roles in a Junior Achievement (JA) video airing across Georgia. Junior Achievement’s Chick-fil-A Foundation Discovery Center will open this fall, and the organization has created an awe-inspiring video featuring middle school students to promote it.

The center will provide more than 30,000 metro Atlanta middle school students with an opportunity to experience their simulated futures first-hand. Through this 360-degree educational experience, JA will provide the next generation of leaders with the knowledge, skills and capacity to own their future economic success. JA recently unveiled the Discovery Center video at the Atlanta Business Hall of Fame, where it received high praise.

FBLA is a national student organization dedicated to making today’s students tomorrow’s leaders. FBLA’s objective is to prepare students for careers in business and other careers where leadership, enthusiasm, and creative thinking are necessities. Through leadership opportunities, competitions, conferences, and social activities, FBLA uses the most innovative methods to prepare students for the 21st century.

To view the JA Discovery Center video, visit

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