Phi Beta Lambda Students Earn Top State Rankings

Published April 15, 2015 at 04:19 pm Phi Beta Lambda

Butler Community College students won numerous top awards at the 64th Annual Phi Beta Lambda Kansas State Leadership Conference Feb. 13-14 at Fort Hays State University.

Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) is a national business-leadership organization allowing students to prepare for careers in business and business-related fields. Members attend conferences, participate in business-related competitions, serve the community and network with professionals.

“PBL is an excellent way for students to connect with business and to utilize the skills they are learning in the classroom to compete against their peers at two-year and four-year colleges,” said Janice Akao, Butler’s PBL advisor.

Butler student rankings (individual and team results):

Audra Anderson of McPherson: first place in Cost Accounting

Ashley Bain of Whitewater: first place in Statistical Analysis, second place in Sports Management and Marketing, third place in Entrepreneurship Concepts

Terrance Clark of El Dorado: first place in Management Concepts

Kaelib Harp of El Dorado: second place in Client Service, third place in Justice Administration

Kaden Miller of Valley Center: third place in Business Law

Zachary Patch of Andover: first place in Financial Analysis and Decision Making, first place in Small Business Management Plan, third place in Client Service

Megan Schuster of Garnett: first place in Financial Analysis and Decision Making, first place in International Business, first place in Small Business Management Plan, second place in Business Communication, third place in Marketing Concepts

Miquel Swann of Grand Bahama, Bahamas: first place in Client Service, first place in Financial Services, first place in Future Business Executive, first place in Job Interview

These students are now qualified for the PBL National Leadership Conference June 24-27 in Chicago.

“I am very proud of all the Butler PBL students and their success at the state conference,” Akao said.
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