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Phi Beta Lambda Students at State Conference

Left to right: Courtney Dauberman, Jamey Shreckengast, Tess Bechdel, Jordan Causer, Lindsey Kemp, Brandy Kovach (front - PBL Club Advisor), Katarina Covalt, Anna Shawley, Bryant Moses

South Hills Community News Release

STATE COLLEGE — South Hills School of Business & Technology students used their professional skills to compete at the Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) State Conference and Competition in Harrisburg, PA. PBL is a collegiate business organization that strives to develop a new generation of leaders. 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 and colleges from Pennsylvania, South Hills’ students won awards in the following categories:

  • Jamey Shreckengast: Second place in Administrative Technology
  • Anna Shawley: First place in Forensic Accounting
  • Tess Bechdel: First place in Parliamentary Procedure
  • The team of Bryant Moses and Tess Bechdel: Second place in Hospitality Management

With these top awards, the South Hills students are invited to compete against the top college students in the nation at the National Leadership Conference this summer in Baltimore, MD. Other South Hills participants in this year’s PBL conference were Lindsey Kemp, Jordan Causer, Katarina Covalt, Courtney Dauberman, and PBL Advisor, Brandy Kovach.



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