South hills students compete at 48th annual PBL State Leadership Conference
HARRISBURG — Phi Beta Lambda members at South Hills School of Business & Technology competed in the 48th Annual State Leadership Conference held in Harrisburg, according to a press release.
The conference provided students with an opportunity to hear presentations on leadership, network with other participants and participate in competitive events.
After competing against some of the top universities in Pennsylvania, South Hills students placed in the following categories:
* 1st place in Help Desk and 3rd place in Impromptu Speaking – Jenie Engle;
* 1st place in Administrative Technology and 3rd place in Computer Applications – Jamey Shreckengast;
* 1st place in Marketing Analysis & Decision Making and 3rd place in Human Resources Management – Bryant Moses;
* 2nd place in Forensic Accounting – The team of Brandon Dooer and Alisha Williamson;
* 2nd place in Accounting Principles – Brandon Dooer;
* 2nd place in Administrative Technology – Alisha Williamson; and
* 3rd place in Management Analysis & Decision Making – Jordan Causer.
With these top awards, students placing in the top two of their events are invited to attend the National Leadership Conference this summer in San Antonio, Texas. Other participants representing South Hills at this year’s PBL State Conference were Tess Bechdel, business administration – management and marketing student and Student Services Coordinator/PBL Club Advisor Brandy Kovach.