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Phi Beta Lambda

PBL logo What is Phi Beta Lambda (PBL)?

PBL is the national organization devoted to developing competent leaders. We focus on Service, Education, and Progress. The organization, composed of more than 450 chapters, operates as a liaison between instructors, state supervisors, school administrators and members of the business community.

Why Join Phi Beta Lambda? 

With dedicated advisors and hard-working officers as its cornerstone, Miami Dade College's PBL chapter has made a name for itself across the nation. The organization has garnered more than a hundred awards in state and national competition. In addition to its successes, PBL embraces a spirit of community service, taking part in numerous fundraisers and charity events throughout the year.

  • PBL helps build competent and effective leaders
  • Strengthens the confidence of students in themselves and in their work
  • Develops character
  • Practice efficient money management
  • Sharpen your business skills through competition and leadership events
  • Forge friendships and lifelong memories
  • Give back to the community

Who Can Join?

Membership in Phi Beta Lambda is open to students of all majors. The activities of PBL provide opportunities for students to establish occupational goals and facilitate the transition from student to professional. Members of PBL learn how to engage in individual and group enterprises, how to work with other organizations, and how to compete honorably with their colleagues on the local, state and national levels. 

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