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PHSC students do well Beta Lambda competition

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PASCO-HERNANDO STATE COLLEGE: Phi Beta Lambda chapters participated in the 63rd annual Florida Phi Beta Lambda State Leadership Conference competition March 27-30 in Orlando. Students from PHSC's North, West and Spring Hill campuses were among the participants.

The Spring Hill Campus small business management plan team won second place and qualified for the national competition. The team included students Joseph Conte of Spring Hill and Nathan Lovero of Brooksville.

West Campus student Jennifer Tellarini of Spring Hill won first place in the cyber-security and desktop publishing categories and fourth place in computer concepts.

Spring Hill Campus students Bryan Camacho, Michael Finucane, Jordan Hazen and Taylor Wenzlaff also participated in the competition.

Students and teams placing first or second in the state competition are eligible to compete at the Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference June 24-27 in Nashville. Phi Beta Lambda is a national organization that brings business and education together through innovative leadership and career development programs.

PHSC students do well Beta Lambda competition 04/17/14 [Last modified: Friday, April 18, 2014 7:06pm]
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