Southeastern Technical College's Phi Beta Lambda Students Place at South District Conference
March 20, 2018 – Four students from Southeastern Technical College (STC) attended, competed and placed at the Georgia Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) South District Conference held at Southern Regional Technical College, Tifton Campus, on March 2. Michael Harden, State PBL Vice-President of Membership, assisted in the organization of the event. Vice-President Harden and the other PBL state officers began early preparing for this event and worked hard to ensure that the South District members experienced an extraordinary event.
Mirran Brown, Latrelle Mercer, and Nelisa Reaves networked with their PBL peers, worked on building leadership skills and competed in various events.
Nelisa Reaves placed 3rd in Computer Concepts and 2nd in Personal Finance. Latrelle Mercer also competed in Computer Concepts and Personal Finance, and Latrell placed 2nd in both competitions. Mirran Brown competed in Administrative Technology and Help Desk, winning 1st place in both events. In addition to his state officer responsibilities, Michael Harden competed in Entrepreneurship Concepts and Retail Management, placing 2nd in these events.
“When you see these students, please congratulate them,” Samuel Holton, STC’s PBL Advisor. “They are exceptional STC students who are committed to becoming leaders and to becoming empowered citizens of their communities.”
STC’s PBL students will travel to Atlanta, in April, for state competitions.
For more information on student activities at STC, visit www.southeasterntech.edu or call 912-538-3100 or 478-289-2200.
STC’s Georgia Phi Beta Lambda South District Conference participants (left to right): Mirran Brown, Nelisa Reaves, Latrelle Mercer, and Michael Harden