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Central Carolina PBL students win big at nationals

07.28.2008Clubs

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Central Carolina PBL students win big at nationals

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Three Phi Beta Lambda business student organization membersrnfrom Central Carolina Community College placed among the top 10 in theirrncategories in competition at the National PBL Conference, held June 20 inrnAtlanta. PBL, a national student organization, promotes business leadership inrnits members. Pictured (from left) are Nico Boncales, of Sanford, businessrnadministration major, and Gerald Cole, of Lemon Springs, an operationsrnmanagement major, who jointly placed tenth nationally in the Business EthicsrnCompetition; and Rose Orange, of Cameron, business administration major, whornplaced fourth nationally in the Business Plan Competition. Rachel Martinrn(right), of Olivia, business administration/accounting major, placed among therntop 25 nationally on the Justice Administration exam, earning her arnsemi-finalist ranking. The conference attracted about 1,000 competitors fromrnabout 250 colleges and universities from around the nation.

Central Carolina PBL students win big at nationals

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ThreernPhi Beta Lambda business student organization members from Central CarolinarnCommunity College placed among the top 10 in their categories in competition atrnthe National PBL Conference, held June 20 in Atlanta. PBL, a national studentrnorganization, promotes business leadership in its members. Those from CentralrnCarolina attending the conference were (seated, from left) Rachel Martin, ofrnOlivia, business administration/accounting major, who placed among the top 25rnnationally on the Justice Administration exam; and Rose Orange, of Cameron,rnbusiness administration major, who placed fourth nationally in the BusinessrnPlan Competition. Standing (from left) is Central Carolina PBL co-advisorrnJohnny Shull; member Donna Flowers, of Sanford; Nico Boncales, of Sanford,rnbusiness administration major, and Gerald Cole, of Lemon Springs, an operationsrnmanagement major, who jointly placed tenth nationally in the Business EthicsrnCompetition; member Alex Benitez, of Sanford, and PBL co-advisor Drew Goodson. Thernconference attracted about 1,000 competitors from about 250 colleges andrnuniversities from around the nation.

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