by Alana J. Mauger
Montgomery County Community College’s chapter of Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) earned several awards during competitions at the PBL State Leadership Conference last month in Gettysburg. The winners will compete in the national conference in Nashville, Tenn. in June.
Four MCCC students earned first place awards: Matt Handwerk, Lansdale, in the Accounting Principles competition; Lindsey Montague, Wyncote, and Jacob Robertston, Malvern, in the Business Decision Making competition; and Jessica Sauer, Lansdale, in the Job Interview competition.
Ariel Mookherji, Plymouth Meeting, was honored with the Who’s Who in PBL award for her role as MCCC’s chapter president and as vice president for the State Executive Council for Phi Beta Lambda Pennsylvania. Prior to the conference, MCCC student Kevin Burks, Philadelphia, was selected for the role of Internship Conference Photographer based on a review of his portfolio.
In addition to these individual honors, MCCC’s PBL chapter earned the Spirit Award for its ongoing engagement with the state organization.
During the PBL State Leadership Conference, MCCC’s students competed against chapters from across the state, including four-year institutions such as Temple University, Drexel University and University of Pittsburgh. Along with the competitions, MCCC students participated in workshops and business events during the conference.
Phi Beta Lambda is a student-led, collegiate-level organization of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). For more information, visit fbla-pbl.org.