Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) competes at state competition
Atlanta – Members of Oconee Fall Line Technical College’s Future Business Leaders of America - Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) club competed in the annual PBL State Conference in Atlanta, Georgia on April 12-15.
Students from across the state competed in events during the conference testing their business knowledge and skills. Top state winners then are eligible to compete for honors at the National Leadership Conference each summer.
During the conference, students also had the opportunity to network with students from other technical colleges in Georgia.
OFTC members competed in events include Business Communications, Public Speaking, Computer Concepts, Networking Concepts, Accounting Principles, Word Processing, Desktop Publishing, Emerging Business, Job Interview, and Marketing Concepts.
OFTC students who placed during the competition are:
Emerging Business Issues: Craig Swanson – 2nd place, Toni Williams – 2nd place
Tionte Tharpe – 3rd place, Toni Williams – 3rd place
Computer Concepts: Craig Swanson – 3rd place
Job Interview: Delora Glenn 5th place
Financial Concepts: Jamie Griner -4th place
Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) is a national organization for business technology students, and membership is open to students enrolled in business technology programs.
If you are interested in learning more about OFTC and its student organizations, please visit your local OFTC campus or www.oftc.edu for more information.
Back row left to right: Greg Ware, Belinda Fisher, PBL Advisor, Jamie Griner, Sonya Simmons, Stephen Allen, Craig Swanson, Tionte Tharpe
Front row left to right Toni Williams; Katherine Grev, Delora Glenn, Amanda White; Beth Duggins, PBL Advisor, Kim Williams