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Northeast Phi Beta Lambda competes at the Nebraska State Leadership Conference

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Members of Northeast Community College Phi Beta Lambda Club earned honors at the organizatoin's Nebraska Leadership Conference and business Competition held recently. Pictured (from top left) Shayla Kramer, Hunter Bergman, Jack Tyson, Emily Gonella, (from bottom left) Chelsea Wortman, Shanae Baker, Maria Lucas

Members of Northeast Community College Phi Beta Lambda Club earned honors at the organizatoin's Nebraska Leadership Conference and business Competition held recently. Pictured (from top left) Shayla Kramer, Hunter Bergman, Jack Tyson, Emily Gonella, (from bottom left) Chelsea Wortman, Shanae Baker, Maria Lucas

Members of Northeast Community College Phi Beta Lambda Club earned honors at the organizatoin's Nebraska Leadership Conference and business Competition held recently. Pictured (from top left) Shayla Kramer, Hunter Bergman, Jack Tyson, Emily Gonella, (from bottom left) Chelsea Wortman, Shanae Baker, Maria Lucas

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Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) club members used their professional skills to compete in a variety of competitions at the Nebraska State Leadership Conference in Kearney March 28-30, 2018. Students competed in everything from Cyber Security to Business Presentation events.

Phi Beta Lambda is an organization dedicated to inspiring and developing the next generation of leaders by preparing members for careers in IT-Management, software development, business, and business-related fields. Business educators say learning how to become a leader is best learned through action and PBL activities do just that. Through organizing community service events, fundraising, and competing in events, students learn ways to flourish in the professional world. This helps focus on communication, teamwork, and networking skills which will give these members a competitive edge in their specific job field.

Most of the Northeast Community College students who competed will be attending the National Leadership Conference late June in Baltimore, Maryland.

ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES
4th – Jack Tyson

BUSINESS ETHICS
3rd – Jack Tyson & Chelsea Wortmann

BUSINESS PRESENTATION
2nd – Shanae Baker, Shayla Kramer, & Chelsea Wortman

COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT
2nd – Shanae Baker, Hunter Bergman, & Shayla Kramer

COMPUTER CONCEPTS
2nd – Jesse Wiseman
4th – Shawn French
7th-Holden Gabel
8th – Ramon Bustamante

CONTEMPORARY SPORTS ISSUES
4th – Zaine Gallagher

CYBER SECURITY
1st – Jesse Wiseman
2nd – Shawn French
3rd – Christopher Ellenberger
5th – Holden Gabel
8th – Koby Lammers

DESKTOP PUBLISHING
4th – Hunter Bergman & Emily Gonnella

FUTURE BUSINESS EXECUTIVE
4th – Hunter Bergman

JOB INTERVIEW
6th -Hunter Bergmann

MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS & DECISION MAKING
2nd – Shanae Baker & Chelsea Wortmann

MARKETING CONCEPTS
5th – Emily Gonnella
8th – Shayla Kramer

NETWORKING CONCEPTS
1st – Jesse Wiseman
3rd – Shawn French
7th-Ramon Bustamante

SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN
2nd – Hunter Bergman, Shanae Baker, & Zaine Gallagher

STATISTICAL ANALYSIS
4th – Zaine Gallagher

WEBSITE DESIGN
4th – Emily Gonnella & Hunter Bergman

Also at the conference, Hunter Bergman was named to Who’s Who in Nebraska PBL. He was also elected as a state officer, vice president of technology.

In addition to the individual awards, Northeast Community College Phi Beta Lambda’s chapter received the Excellence Award.

Angie Schaffer, a business instructor, serves as the advisor for the Northeast PBL Club.

Members of Northeast Community College Phi Beta Lambda Club earned honors at the organizatoin’s Nebraska Leadership Conference and business Competition held recently. Pictured (from top left) Shayla Kramer, Hunter Bergman, Jack Tyson, Emily Gonella, (from bottom left) Chelsea Wortman, Shanae Baker, Maria Lucas

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