Nine more LCTI students qualify for FBLA state contest

SCHNECKSVILLE, Pa. | The number of Lehigh Career & Technical Institute students slated to compete this spring at the Pennsylvania FBLA State Leadership Conference has jumped from 16 to 25.

LCTI recently received word that nine additional students qualified for the state contest by scoring high marks on work they submitted for evaluation ahead of December’s regional competition at Lehigh Carbon Community College.

The following students are slated to represent LCTI in the categories indicated:

William Allen High School

Ian Morder, 3D Animation
Web Design/Web Programming

Louis E. Dieruff High School

Yeuris Martinez, Public Service Announcement
Web Design/Web Programming

Catasauqua High School

Joshua Tulloch, Website Design
Web Design/Web Programming

Emmaus High School

Jeffrey Reed, Coding and Programming
Web Design/Web Programming

Tyler Wursta, Public Service Announcement
Web Design/Web Programming

Northern Lehigh High School

Devin Slack, Computer Game and Simulation Programming
Web Design/Web Programming

Parkland High School

Victor DeLeon, Coding and Programming
Web Design/Web Programming

Ryan Engebretsen, Computer Game and Simulation Programming
Web Design/Web Programming

Rebecca Panarello, Digital Video Production
Commercial Photography/Electronic Imaging

They’ll join 16 fellow students who learned in December that they’d qualified for the competition scheduled April 3-5 in Hershey.

The FBLA-PBL, or Future Business Leaders of America- Phi Beta Lambda, is one of seven career and technical student organizations at LCTI. Administrative Office Technology/Accounting instructor Elaine Beam serves as the chapter advisor.

Congratulations to the FBLA state qualifiers!

Learn more about how the Commercial Photography/Electronic Imaging and Web Design/Web Programming programs prepare students for success.

Read the complete news release.

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

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