Pasco-Hernando State College students participated in the Future Business Leaders of America–Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL) State Leadership Conference and competition held in Orlando, Fla., in March. PHSC West Campus student Charles Henderson IV placed first in Contemporary Sports Issues and second in Sports Management and Marketing, qualifying for national competition.
The Spring Hill Campus team of Rahul Kader and Mia Toner placed third in Hospitality Management. Kader also placed fifth in Computer Concepts. Also from Spring Hill Campus, Cameron Malone placed fourth in Impromptu Speaking. North Campus student Emily Brock placed fourth in Desktop Publishing and fifth in Business Presentation.
“I am honored to be part of this student activity—to witness their great accomplishments and growth as leaders and mentors to new members,” said Katrina Bivona, information technology instructor and Phi Beta Lambda, advisor.
The annual Future Business Leaders of America–Phi Beta Lambda National competition will be held in Baltimore in June 2018.
Photo caption: Wearing their winning medallions, standing from left to right are PHSC Students FBLA-Phi Beta Lambda Mia Toner; Charles Henderson IV; Rahul Kader; Cameron Malone; and Emily Brock. Seated is Katrina Bivona, PHSC FBLA-PBL advisor; and Simona Rivero, North Campus student and District IV PBL State Vice President.
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