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GCPS students to represent school district at national business leaders conference

14 GCPS students earn FBLA honors

GCPS students to represent school district at national business leaders conference

April 28, 2017

     Fourteen Gwinnett County Public Schools students have qualified to represent the school district at the 2017 Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) National Leadership Conference after placing 1st or 2nd at the FBLA state competition. The national conference will be held June 29 - July 2 in Anaheim, California.

     The FBLA is the largest student business organization in the world with more than 250,000 members and is an important partner in business education and student leadership development. This Career and Technical Student Organization is recognized by the U.S. Departments of Education and Labor as an integral part of a co-curricular approach to business and leadership education. The FBLA mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.

2017 FBLA State Competition Winners from GCPS

Name
School
Place
Category
Rachel Abraham
Brookwood HS
1st
Agribusiness
Daniel Batterman
Brookwood HS
1st
Business Calculations
Thalia Hall
South Gwinnett HS
1st
Job Interview
Danial Alam, Josh Lee, Daniel Mativo
Brookwood HS
1st
Sports & Entertainment Management
Saba Alemayehu
Shiloh HS
2nd
Public Speaking I
Jolie Liu
Brookwood HS
2nd
Hospitality Management
Suraj Modi
Mountain View HS
2nd
Introduction to Business Procedures
Javenia Stephens, Louvenia Stephens, Adiyah Warner
Brookwood HS
2nd
Emerging Business Issues
Charles Phillips
Creekland MS
1st
Computer & Internet Concepts
James Jordan
Creekland MS
2nd
Spelling Bee

 

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