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Snead State Students Place at National Leadership Conference Competition

Five Snead State students qualified for the recent FBLA Collegiate National Leadership Conference, and of those students two placed at the national competition.

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is an organization that prepares students to be effective leaders in business and community. FBLA provides leadership opportunities and career preparation in order to prepare its members for their futures.

Evan Patterson of Albertville placed sixth in Computer Applications. Sarah McCullars, also of Albertville, placed 10th in Hospitality Case Study Presentation.

To qualify for the National Conference competition, the students had to place in their individual categories at the state level. The results of the state competition for the students were:

  • Evan Patterson: first place in Computer Applications and second place in Business Presentation
  • Ashley Williams of Arab: first place in Foundations of Computer Science and second place in Foundations of Technology
  • Emily Williams of Arab: first place in Foundations of Economics
  • Sarah McCullars: first place in Foundations of Finance and first place in Hospitality Management and Case Study
  • Breanna Black of Grant: first place in Job Interview

The Snead State FBLA Collegiate organization is led by Business and Social Sciences Division Director Dr. Meredith Jackson and Business Instructor Dr. Chris Chaffin.

Vice President of Academic AffairsVann Scott said, “As the former advisor for FBLA Collegiate, I know how much students in the past have enjoyed and benefitted from attending the (National Leadership Conference). Snead State is proud of the FBLA Collegiate students’ achievements and success.”