Your State Advisor is your primary contact for getting involved in State and regional conferences, which is where members compete in WSAP events in order to qualify for the National Leadership Conference. Your State Advisor is also your primary contact for State awards programs, State officer elections, etc. The National Center staff and national Web site serve as your primary contacts for help with the Membership Registration System, the National Leadership Conference, WSAP Event Guidelines, National Officer elections, and other national programs such as national scholarships, the Torch Awards Program and Special Recognition Awards. The local advisor is responsibie for setting the chapter up at the local school by meeting with the principal or other appropriate officials, recruiting members, recruiting advisors and setting up the chapter's first meetings.
Local advisors should complete the following checklist within the first month of establishing a new chapter:
Complete this checklist and you are well on your way to having an exciting and successful first year as a Business Professionals of America chapter.