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Throughout the year, PBL students take part in a variety of community service projects designed to promote relationships between the business community and tomorrow’s leaders. Membership is open to all students interested in business or those pursuing a business-related career.


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PBL students among the best in the business

CMU Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL) students brought home eight national awards for academic achievement at the National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, Calif., June 22-25. Chapter Advisor Deborah Parman received the Outstanding Advisor award for Colorado, which is given to advisors who have made outstanding contributions to the organization. She was also recognized for 15 years of service to the PBL organization.

This academic competition drew more than 2,000 college students from across the country to test their skills and knowledge against one another in business-related events. Earning awards for CMU were: Caroline Dowd and Jeremy Garcia (7th place in Business Decision Making); Sara McGuire (1st place in Negotiation, 1st place in Supply Chain Management, 4th place in Client Service and 5th place in Retail Management); Heather Brown and Amelia Higgins (3rd place in Management Analysis & Decision Making and 8th place in Marketing Analysis & Decision Making with Daniel Files); and Caroline Dowd and Molly Roth (3rd place in Strategic Analysis and Decision Making).

Other students representing CMU were Jack Bryan, Jack Carter, Cory Casteneda, Michael
Eldridge, Jaime Feliciano, Kerrie Jones, Bonnie Masters, Caity Ross, Richard Seward and Jasper Shotts.

Throughout the year, PBL students take part in a variety of community service projects designed to promote relationships between the business community and tomorrow’s leaders. Membership is open to all students interested in business or those pursuing a business-related career. PBL exists to develop competent business leaders, strengthen the confidence of students and facilitate the transition from school to work. •

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