About Us

Phi Beta Lambda (PBL or ΦΒΛ) is the collegiate division of Future Business Leaders of America – Phi Beta Lambda, the world’s oldest and largest student business organization that was formed in 1940. PBL is student-driven, and encourages our collegiate community to seek the opportunities that PBL has to offer, and apply what they learn from PBL into their courses and into the workforce and their communities.

Service

Service

Bridge the gap between a local community and the success of business. Our members focus on activities that improve the member’s school, area businesses, community, and state.

Education

Education

Understand business and the world of work. Our members focus on activities that prepare them for a successful career as they network with industry professionals and peers.

Progress

Progress

Explore the local, state, and national levels of PBL and how they complement one another. Our members focus on activities that promote PBL at the local, state and national levels.





Connecting Business and Education Together in the Pacific Northwest.

Phi Beta Lambda (PBL or ΦΒΛ) is the collegiate division of Future Business Leaders of America – Phi Beta Lambda, the world’s oldest and largest student business organization that was formed in 1940. PBL is student-driven, and encourages our collegiate community to seek the opportunities that PBL has to offer, and apply what they learn from PBL into their courses and into the workforce and their communities.

SERVICE

Bridge the gap between a local community and the success of business. Our members focus on activities that improve the member’s school, area businesses, community, and state.​

EDUCATION

Understand business and the world of work. Our members focus on activities that prepare them for a successful career as they network with industry professionals and peers.

PROGRESS

Explore the local, state, and national levels of PBL and how they complement one another. Our members focus on activities that promote PBL at the local, state and national levels.