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PBL Members Advance to National Competition

Members of Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Phi Beta Lambda chapter will attend this summer’s national conference in Orlando, Fla., on the basis of theirApril 15-17success at the state level.

In addition to competing for the right to represent PBL at the June 24-27 nationalevent at the Walt Disney World Dolphin and Swan Resort, students participated in a number of workshops at the state conference in Grantville. Walking away with awards in hand were:

  • Alex Kantor, Harrisburg,and Justin Wilcott, Bloomsburg − first place in Web-site development
  • Julie Reppert, Myerstown − first place in business communications
  • Robert Dimmick, Danville − second place in sports management and markets
  • Ange Rymer, Jersey Shore − third place in management.

In addition, Alicia Picard of Williamsport won electionasPBL’s state vice president.

Phi Beta Lambda is the collegiate version of the Future Business Leaders of America, a nonprofit educational association of students preparing for careers in business and business-related fields. More information about Penn College’s PBL chapter, including next semester’s meeting schedule, is available online .

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