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Stroudsburg continues to succeed at FBLA State Conference

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Delaney Burke
Stroudsburg’s FBLA members wait to view the results of the state competition.

Stroudsburg’s chapter of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) continues to gain recognition after the previous successes at the regional level.

The FBLA state conference took place from April 7 to April 10, 2024, where students competed in specific events. On top of that, it allowed members to make connections with students from different schools, learn from mentors, and gain important leadership skills.

Stroudsburg’s chapter, consisting of 185 members, received many awards, including 1st place for Largest Local Chapter and 3rd place for Most Community Service Hours with 1,975.25 hours.

Leyla Yilmaz, 10, also received third place in the state for individual volunteer hours totaling 207 hours. 

FBLA is built off of three key pillars – service, education, and progress – and its mission focuses on inspiring and preparing community-minded business leaders.

Helping students with service experiences, Stroudsburg’s FBLA has worked with members of the community for years to create these special opportunities.

Members of Stroudsburg’s Future Business Leaders of America pose for a picture after receiving results. (Delaney Burke)

According to Jodie Haggerty, FBLA advisor and business teacher at Stroudsburg, “Each of the advisers before me established amazing community connections and we continue to build on those each year. However, many of our members are able to complete volunteer hours through their own connections such as Scouts, Church groups, and other clubs they participate in.”

In addition to our chapter recognition, 23 members placed in the top 10 of their events with four of those members qualifying for Nationals.

Stroudsburg Future Business Leaders of America’s Nationals Qualifiers pose for a picture (Delaney Burke)

 

National qualifiers include:

2nd Place Digital Animation: Owen Christian, 12

2nd Place Introduction to Business: Giancarlo Shakai, 10

2nd Place Data Analysis: William Awuah, 11

3rd Place Intro to Business Procedures: Mason Ulmer, 9

Other students who placed in the top 10 include:

Sixth Place:

Digital Video team:  Zoe Marie Brown, 12, Jake Chung, 12, Isaiah Louis-Jacques, 12

Introduction to FBLA: Zoey Charles, 10

Introduction to Social Media team: Tess Nowosad, 10, and Kara Schomberg, 10

Public Service Announcement team: Madison Cottle, 12, Kayla Gerard, 12, Nicole Valderrama, 12

Seventh Place:

Local Chapter Annual Business Report team: Madison Cottle, 12, Jessica Haggerty, 11, Jaden Harper, 11

Healthcare Administration: Zaynah Wade, 9

Introduction to Parliamentary Procedures: Eva Troiani, 9

Eighth Place:

Coding and Programming: Ryan Jean, 12

Spreadsheet Design: Logan Decker, 12

Introduction to Event Planning: Sandy Gravesande, 10

Ninth Place:

Business Calculations:  Kona Maronpot, 11

Tenth Place:

Accounting 2: Blake Gray, 12

Stroudsburg accepts an award for most service for the Special Olympics. (Delaney Burke)

Other members were accepted into the National Business Honor Society and recognized this past week. The students accepted include:

William Awuah, 11

Alexis Binikos, 11

Jake Chung, 12

Rebecca Dishong, 11

Alisabeth Guepet, 11

Jessica Haggerty, 11

Hannah Helm, 12

 

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    Shari Renee’ ChambersApr 24, 2024 at 1:40 PM

    Kudo’s to all of our Stroudsburg students and may you continue to prosper! When I was your age I was the President of VICA Vocational Industrial Clubs of America for five schools and represented (via Vo-Tech) our County! I want each of you to remember NOT to fold to peer pressure to ‘Party’, drug and alcohol usage took me off track by just ONE friends influence! I otherwise would’ve reached other business like ventures after graduation, walk away and say no because it’s a lifetime choice so pay attention don’t dabble! I pray you all the best and Stroudsburg residents are very proud of each and everyone one of you I’m certain!❤️✝️🙏🇺🇸 #sharireneechambers

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