HERSHEY, Pa. | Eight Lehigh Career & Technical Institute students finished among the top 10 in nine events this month at the Pennsylvania FBLA State Leadership Conference.
Fifteen students from LCTI’s Administrative Office Technology/Accounting, Computer & Networking Technology and Web Design/Web Programming program labs participated in the conference. They were some of 4,500 competitors from schools across the commonwealth who gathered April 9-11 for the annual event at Hershey Lodge & Conference Center.
Seven of LCTI’s students qualified to compete this summer at the FBLA National Leadership Conference in Baltimore, Maryland.
LCTI’s top 10 finishers are:
Louis E. Dieruff High School
Yeuris Martinez, Web Design/Web Programming
Catasauqua High School
Isaac Tavarez, Computer & Networking Technology
Emmaus High School
Jake Smith, Web Design/Web Programming
Parkland High School
Shane Graefe, Administrative Office Technology/Accounting
Akeem Mohammed, Computer & Networking Technology
Robert Schenetzke and Antonio Smith, Computer & Networking Technology
Southern Lehigh High School
Reese Mink, Administrative Office Technology/Accounting
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.
*Student qualified to compete in this event at nationals.
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