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PBL Chapter Helps Students Unlock Their Potential


Pennsylvania College of Technology’s chapter of Phi Beta Lambda has begun another semester with a few new faces and a group of dedicated student leaders ready for involvement, recruitment, competition and fun!

PBL is the college level of Future Business Leaders of America and participates in a number of different college and community-service projects, fund-raisers and state and national leadership conferences each year.

Five PBL members placed in the April 2005 State Leadership Conference in Grantville, from which six members went on to compete in the National Leadership Conference that June in Orlando, Fla.

The organization has not only grown in participation, but in meeting attendance and membership as well.

“I am so proud to be a part of an organization with such motivated and intelligent members.” Said Angela D. Rymer, Penn College PBL president. “We have participated in many activities at the college and in the community that have offered us valuable experiences that we can take with us and use for the rest of our lives.”

Penn College PBL welcomes all students from any major to attend meetings, participate in activities and become a member of its growing organization.

Schedule of upcoming PBL events:

  • Feb. 14 Valentine’s Day Candy Sale 9 a.m.-3 p.m., LEC lobby across from the library
  • Feb. 16 Participating in Sexual Awareness Week: “Passion Party”10 p.m.-1 a.m., Susquehanna Room
  • Feb. 19 Helping with Special Olympics Athletes on Campus 2-4 p.m., Campus Center
  • April 1 Spring Visitation8:30 a.m.-2 p.m., SASC Core, first floor
  • April 21-23 Pennsylvania State Leadership Conference Lancaster Host Resort
  • June 23-24 Institute for Leaders Nashville, Tenn.
  • June 24-27 National Leadership ConferenceNashville, Tenn.

PBL meets every Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. in ATHS, Room E245.

For more information about PBL, visit online.

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