SANFORD - Central Carolina Community College's Phi Beta Lambda chapter members recently won a variety of honors at the National Leadership Conference in Atlanta.
CCCC award recipients included:
Community Service Project - James Crump, Cherie Kelly, and Genesis Santini.
Network Design - David McAllister, Richard Morton.
Emerging Business Issues - James Fleming, Ivory Moore.
Business Sustainability - James Crump, Genesis Santini.
Computer Animation - Keyon Jones, Phillip Moseley, Joshua Panee.
Financial Services - Jonathon Pena, Kelly Zelaya.
Networking Concepts - Richard Morton.
Forensic Accounting - Joshua Panee, Josue Pena, Matthew Rogers.
Parliamentary Procedure - Julia Gietzen, Dylan Hargis, Cherie Kelly, Carlos Sanchez, Kelly Zelaya.
Also, James Crump will represent CCCC as the Central Region Vice President for NCPBL. This will be the fourth year in a row that the chapter has had a member serving as a state officer.
Phi Beta Lambda, a national student organization, promotes business leadership in its members. PBL is a nationally affiliated professional business organization for students and the college counterpart of Future Business Leaders of America. The CCCC PBL Chapter participates in service, fundraising, and scholarly activities as well as competitive events at the state and national PBL conferences. While primarily a business club, PBL is open to students of all majors.
"The chapter members not only compete against other two-year colleges, but four-year colleges and universities from around the country," said chapter lead adviser Michael Fann, CCCC PBL chapter adviser and Business Technologies lead instructor. "The chapter continues to be one of the most recognized chapters in the country and finished as the third largest in the country with 126 active members."
Fann notes that the chapter success comes from the dedication and hard work of each member. "Their drive is unequal and their commitment to the chapter, college, and community is shown continuously with their accomplishments throughout the year," said Fann.
For more information on Central Carolina Community College, visit www.cccc.edu.
Central Carolina Community College's Phi Beta Lambda chapter members recently won a variety of honors at the National Leadership Conference in Atlanta, including a second-place national award for Community Service Project.