Brenda Lee (left) and Ethan Causey are shown at
Ogeechee Technical College’s Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda (PBL), a business-student organization, recently attended District Competition with other Chapters. The Georgia-South District Competitions were held March 1, 2013 at Middle Georgia State College in Macon. Ogeechee Tech students competed against other Phi Beta Lambda students from throughout the South District representing both Technical College and University System of Georgia schools.
Ogeechee Technical College students competing were Brenda Lee and Ethan Causey. Lee competed in the job interview category, while Causey competed in both Accounting for Professionals, and Accounting Analysis and Decision Making divisions. “We are very proud that Ethan placed first in Accounting for Professionals, and fourth in Accounting Analysis and Decision Making,” said advisor, Sherida Habersham, who accompanied the students on the trip. Both students represented Ogeechee Tech in the “Battle of the Chapters.”
Phi Beta Lambda is the largest and one of the oldest business-student organizations in the world, and provides not only competitive event opportunities, but ongoing professional development and leadership activities throughout the year. Georgia State PBL competitions will be held in Atlanta, Georgia April 12-14. The Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference will be held June 22-June 25 in Anaheim, California.
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