Students earn awards at PBL conference
The Jamestown College Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) chapter took several awards home from the State Leadership Conference held recently in Bismarck, and two students were elected state officers.
Kaleb Hruby, Bismarck, was elected Vice President of Member and Finance Development. Kevin Hoversland, Wolf Point, Mont., was elected Vice President of Public Relations.
First place winners from the Jamestown College chapter were Megan Sirois, Inver Grove Heights, Minn., in Computer Game and Simulation Programming and Database Design and Applications; Kendra Leidholm, Hillsboro, in Business Law; Hoversland in Cyber Security; Jill Schlenker, Jamestown, in Help Desk; Jenny Schock, Valley City, in Management Concepts; Caitlin Jensen, Stacy, Minn.; in Sales Presentation; and the team of Hruby, Schock and Sirois in Business Decision Making.
Second place winners were Hruby in Business Communication; Hoversland in Computer Concepts and Statistical Analysis; Mallory Johannes, Sartell, Minn., in Database Design and Applications; Kyle Breuer, Colfax, in Financial Concepts; and Schock in Marketing Concepts.
Third place winners were Leidholm in Accounting Analysis and Decision Making; Breuer in Financial Analysis and Decision Making; Johannes in Information Management and Marketing Concepts; Michael Cumber, Jamestown, in Macroeconomics, Retail Management and Strategic Analysis and Decision Making; and Jensen in Statistical Analysis.
PBL is a professional organization for students interested in pursuing business and related careers. Advisers of the Jamestown College chapter are Mary Reed, associate professor and department co-chair of Computer Science and Technology, and Ann Eubanks, associate professor of Business, Accounting and Economics.