Skip to main content
Main Penn College Website

FBLA Students Convene on Campus for Right to Represent Region at State Level


The Field House is packed with students from area FBLA chapters.
The Field House is packed with students from area FBLA chapters.
A student accepts applause during the post-competition awards ceremony.
A student accepts applause during the post-competition awards ceremony.

More than 800 students, representing school districts from Lycoming, Columbia, Sullivan and Tioga counties, packed the Field House on Thursday afternoon following a day of competition testing their business savvy. The top finishers in the Future Business Leaders of America Regional Leadership Conference will advance to state competition. The day’s program, hosted by the college’s School of Business & Hospitality, included introductions by Penn College representatives Joseph J. Balduino, director of recruitment; Brian D. Walton,  coordinator of academic operations for the School of Business & Hospitality; and Wayne R. Sheppard, assistant professor of construction management/building construction.

Related Stories

Pennsylvania College of Technology's Presidential Student Ambassadors for 2020-21 are: Top row, from left: Graham E. Burnett, Pompton Lakes, N.J.; Ashlee Felix, Williamsport; Gabrielle R. Fries, Williamsport; Kyle T. Hansen, Waldwick, N.J.; and Rebecca E. High, Willow Street. Middle row, from left: Danielle E. Malesky, Biglerville; Wesley S. McCray, Corry; Autumn G. McCrum, Kennesaw, Ga.; Joey M. Morrin, Morrisville; and McKenna N. Myers, Northumberland. Bottom row, from left: Kate M. Ruggiero, Easton; Rudy C. Shadle, Mechanicsburg; Lauryn A. Stauffer, Bath; Danielle R. Wesneski, Williamsport; and Sophia G. Wiest, Butler. Admissions
Student Ambassadors continue outreach in new ways
Read more
Pennsylvania College of Technology’s nursing program will consider SAT and ACT scores in lieu of a TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills) score as part of the criteria for high school students to be directly admitted into its practical nursing and associate and bachelor’s degree nursing majors. Admissions
College updates pathway to direct admission into nursing majors
Read more
Spring 2020 welding and fabrication engineering technology graduate Nathaniel H. Lyon, of Fredericksburg, strolls through a section of active welding bays in the opening scene of Admissions
College video honored in acclaimed global awards competition
Read more