Five more LCTI students qualify for FBLA state contest

Jacob Smith, left, Jeffrey Reed, center, and Samantha Hoffer qualified to compete in the Pennsylvania FBLA 2016 State Leadership Conference.

Jacob Smith, left, Jeffrey Reed, center, and Samantha Hoffer have qualified to compete in the Pennsylvania FBLA 2016 State Leadership Conference.

Jaileen Cortes-Soto and Joshua Tulloch have qualified to compete in the Pennsylvania FBLA 2016 State Leadership Conference.

Jaileen Cortes-Soto and Joshua Tulloch have qualified to compete in the Pennsylvania FBLA 2016 State Leadership Conference.

SCHNECKSVILLE, Pa. | Five more Lehigh Career & Technical Institute students are heading to the Pennsylvania FBLA 2016 State Leadership Conference after earning high marks on work they submitted for evaluation earlier this year.

In order to secure a berth at the state leadership conference, scheduled April 11-13 in Hershey, students had to notch a Top 10 finish. The following Web Design/Web Programming students are slated to represent LCTI in the categories indicated:

Jaileen Cortes-Soto, Louis E. Dieruff High School
Game Design & Simulation Programming

Samantha Hoffer, Northwestern Lehigh High School
Web Design

Jeffrey Reed, Emmaus High School
Web Design

Jacob Smith, Emmaus High School
Desktop Application Programming

Joshua Tulloch, Catasauqua High School
Game Design & Simulation Programming

These five students join 13 of their peers who learned in January that they qualified for the state leadership conference after competing in a regional event at Lehigh Carbon Community College.

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 best of luck next month!

Read the complete news release.

Media Contact: Precious Petty, Public Relations Coordinator, 610-799-1450, pettyp@lcti.org

Learn more about how the Web Design/Web Programming program prepares students for success.

 

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