Undergraduates Shine in Phi Beta Lambda State Conference
March 29, 2016
Five undergraduates took home 10 awards at the Future Business Leaders of America Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL) State Conference in Orlando March 17 – 20.
The students competed again teams from top schools across the state, addressing a variety of business issues during the conference.
The student winners and their awards are:
- Sharod Hinton: 2nd place in Accounting Analysis and Decision Making, 2nd place in Entrepreneurship Concepts and 2nd place in Organizational Behavior and Leadership
- Ben Genereaux: 2nd place in Economic Analysis and Decision Making, 3rd place in Networking Concepts and 3rd place in Computer Concepts
- Luis Goberna: 2nd place in Economic Analysis and Decision Making
- Stephanie McKenna: 3rd place in Justice Administration and 4th place in Retail Management
- Sean Bartholomew: 5th place in microeconomics
The goals of FBLA-PBL include developing competent, aggressive business leadership; strengthening the confidence of students; creating more interest in and understanding of American business enterprise; encouraging the development of projects that contribute to the improvement of home, business and community; developing character; preparing for useful citizenship; and fostering patriotism, among others.