LCTI student qualifies for FBLA nationals

Thirteen Lehigh Career & Technical Institute students competed April 8-10 at the Pennsylvania FBLA State Leadership Conference in Hershey. On of them qualified for nationals this summer in Texas.

Thirteen Lehigh Career & Technical Institute students competed April 8-10 at the Pennsylvania FBLA State Leadership Conference and four of them brought home plaques from Hershey.

Robbie Julian, a Whitehall High School student in LCTI’s Web Design/Web Programming program, earned third place in the Web Design event and qualified to compete this summer at nationals. The FBLA National Leadership Conference is scheduled June 27-July 3 in San Antonio, Texas.

The duo of Whitehall High School’s Pandora Sanders and Parkland High School’s Antonio Smith finished fifth in the Network Design event. Sanders and Smith are students in LCTI’s Computer & Networking Technology program.

Noah Myers, a Northwestern Lehigh High School student in the Computer & Networking Technology program, earned fifth place in the Networking Concepts event.

Congratulations Robbie, Pandora, Antonio and Noah! Best of luck in San Antonio, Robbie!

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

 

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