SCHNECKSVILLE, Pa. | Thirteen Lehigh Career & Technical Institute students qualified for the Pennsylvania FBLA 2016 State Leadership Conference during this week’s regional contest at Lehigh Carbon Community College.
Students from the Administrative Office Technology/Accounting, Computer & Networking Technology and Web Design/Web Programming programs scored Top 3 finishes in eight categories at the Region 28 Leadership Conference on Tuesday to secure berths in the state event, to be held April 11-13 in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
The Administrative Office Technology/Accounting student qualifiers are:
Brandon Durrick, Emmaus High School
First Place, Word Processing
The Computer & Networking Technology student qualifiers are:
Isaac Tavarez, Catasauqua High School
First Place, Computer Applications
Corey Barats, Parkland High School
First Place, Computer Problem Solving
Matt Hammerstone, Southern Lehigh High School
Second Place, Computer Problem Solving
Chris Droney, Parkland High School
Second Place, Cyber Security
Griffin Wampole, Whitehall High School
Third Place, Introduction to Information Technology
Akeem Mohammed, Parkland High School
Garett Stinnard, Northwestern Lehigh High School
Tyler Shupp, Northwestern Lehigh High School
Second Place, Network Design
Zachary Schreffler, William Allen High School
First Place, Networking Concepts
Joshua Medvedz, Parkland High School
Second Place, Networking Concepts
Dalton Marks, Catasauqua High School
Third Place, Networking Concepts
Schreffler, who serves as LCTI’s FBLA chapter secretary, also was named Who’s Who of Region 28 for his leadership and performances at past national competitions.
The Web Design/Web Programming student qualifiers are:
Francheska Santiago, Northwestern Lehigh High School
Graphics Design, Second Place
The FBLA-PBL, or Future Business Leaders of America- Phi Beta Lambda, is one of seven Career & Technical Student Organizations at LCTI. Administrative Office Technology/Accounting instructor Elaine Beam serves as the chapter advisor.
Congratulations to all of the state qualifiers and their instructors!
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