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Twenty-eight schools participated in the conference with over students competing in business related performance events and objective tests.
During the conference, Kristen Drazkowski, a local community member, shared her inspiring story of her own experience with a March of Dimes baby.
The key speaker was Asha Bianca from Kaplan Professional Education who spoke about servant leadership and how to be successful in the future. Vocal Point, an acapella group from Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School, performed as the entertainment for the conference.
There were two workshops available for members to attend; one talked about preparing for a first job and the other was about internet safety. Thirteen members from C-FC attended to compete in events and participate in workshops. The keynote speaker, Tina Wehrs, spoke about loving your job and following your passion.
The three workshops available that the students went to were emerging technology, work-life balance, and do what you love.
All students competing advanced to the State Leadership conference. Receiving second place were Tristan Haque, cyber security; Taytay Hudson and Caitlyn Speltz, global business; Natalie Jasnoch and Katie Wachowiak, social media campaign; Jordan Wachowiak, spreadsheet applications; Amara Livingston, career exploration; Jordyn Halverson, internet safety; Alex Rothering, introduction to computers; Amara Livingston, introduction to public speaking; Hayden Jasnoch, keyboarding I.
Receiving fifth place were Joseph White, business law; Austin Repinski, introduction to business; Austin Klein, Landon Stoppelmoor, and Tony Thorsell, management decision making; Jordan Sweno, introduction to computers.Sixty-five members of the CCHS FBLA chapter competed alongside approximately other Region 1 Business students on Monday, March 5, on the Campus of Murray State University.
In a record setting performance, 51 members not only won in their event, but 28 of .
Princeton High School freshman Nate Starling will compete in the Future Business Leaders of America’s (FBLA) national competition in Baltimore, June July 1. A member of FBLA since the sixth grade, Nate placed third in Introduction to Public Speaking at the state competition in .
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This is the local Viewmont HIgh School FBLA Chapter. Congratulations to everyone that participated in the North Region Competition yesterday. We took 3rd overall with the following individual results: Introduction to Business Presentation - Ridge Lewis 2nd Management Decision Making.
North Harford High School (NHHS) students competed at the Region 3 Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) competition at North Caroline High School on Wednesday, January 25, The students will move on to compete at the state competition in April.