Sixteen LCTI students place among top 3 at FBLA event

Clockwise from top left: Zach Bolzau, Tyler Benson, Gabriel Kinnon, Gage Moughan, Aiden Stroup, Noah Myers, Justin Andres, Jasias Peña, Tyler Morgan and Shane Graefe 

Clockwise from top left: Lon Frey, Antonio Smith, Kellan Jones, Alexis Mordaunt, Pandora Sanders and Angelia Segarra

SCHNECKSVILLE, Pa. | Sixteen Lehigh Career & Technical Institute students qualified for the Pennsylvania FBLA 2019 State Leadership Conference during last week’s Region 28 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 Friday (Dec. 14, 2018) to secure berths in the state event, to be held April 8-10 in Hershey, Pennsylvania.

The Administrative Office Technology/Accounting student qualifiers are:

Word Processing

  • First Place: Elissa Vogel, William Allen High School
  • Third Place: Alexis Mordaunt, Southern Lehigh High School

Spreadsheet Applications

  • Third Place: Tyler Morgan, Parkland High School

The Computer & Networking Technology student qualifiers are:

Computer Problem Solving

  • First Place: Gage Moughan, Parkland High School
  • Second Place: Aiden Stroup, Parkland High School
  • Third Place: Lon Frey, Northwestern Lehigh High School

Help Desk

  • Third Place: Angelia Segarra, William Allen High School

Introduction to Information Technology

  • First Place: Gabriel Kinnon, Northwestern Lehigh High School
  • Second Place: Kellan Jones, Salisbury High School
  • Third Place: Nathan Ellan, Northern Lehigh High School

Network Design

  • Second Place (Team Event): Antonio Smith, Parkland High School & Pandora Sanders, Whitehall High School

Networking Concepts

  • First Place: Noah Myers, Northwestern Lehigh High School
  • Second Place: Justin Andrews, Whitehall High School

The Web Design/Web Programming student qualifiers are:

Graphic Design

  • Second Place (Team Event): Tyler Benson, Whitehall High School, Zach Bolzau, Catasauqua High School & Jasias Peña, William Allen High School

In addition, Morgan and Shane Graefe, a Parkland High School student in the Administrative Offie Technology/Accounting program, were named Region 28 Who’s Who for their leadership as FBLA officers, past competition performances and chapter fundraising.

Congratulations to the state qualifiers and their instructors! Also, kudos to all the students who competed in the Region 28 Leadership Conference.

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.

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