A Snead State Community College student placed at the Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference this summer.
The conference was held virtually on June 24-26, and Snead State had nine students competing at the national level. Laura Jarquin of Boaz placed 10th in the Human Resources competition and was featured in a special edition of Tomorrow’s Business Leader.
“It’s always exciting when one of our students places at the national level, especially competing against universities from all across the country,” said Meredith Jackson, one of the PBL sponsors at Snead State.
Phi Beta Lambda is a national organization for students interested in the fields of business and economics. The purposes of this organization are to develop competent, aggressive business leadership and to create more interest and understanding in the intelligent choice of business occupations.