Phi Beta Lambda receives first place honors in Business Ethics.

On April 13, 2013 at the Pennsylvania State Leadership Conference, the Bucknell chapter of Future Business Leaders of America - Phi Beta Lambda received first place honors in the statewide Business Ethics competition. Bucknell PBL members competing at the State Leadership Conference included Ethan Everett '15, Marissa DelFavero '15, and Alex Farris '15. These members were accompanied by Bucknell's PBL advisor Dr. Stacy Mastrolia.

Their victory earned an invitation to compete in the 2013 National Leadership Conference this summer. The team's success is very exciting, and will, hopefully, provide a launching pad for Bucknell's PBL chapter's future activities.

FBLA-PBL is a national student run organization that offers leadership, philanthropic, and business education opportunities through both local programming and initiatives and state and national leadership conferences where student leaders from many schools have the opportunity to meet, compete, and learn about many facets of business and leadership.

 

 


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