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Future Business Leaders Compete at DLC

FBLA students traveled to St. Peters to show off their presentations
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submitted by Kortney Holman
FBLA members gather on stage to collect their awards for their presentation.

Nineteen students in FBLA traveled to Mid-Rivers Mall in St. Peters on Jan. 31 to present their business presentations at the annual District Leadership Conference. Many of those students won awards for their presentations.

FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) is a program that prepares students all across the nation to become business minded. FBLA teaches students how to communicate and also leadership skills that students can use to benefit them in the future, and present.

“We did great at districts. Santosh Manikandan got three first place events, and Nicos Cadice and Trent Sterman got first as well,” sponsor Kortney Holman said.

Manikandan set a school record for being the first person to ever bring home three first place medals in three of his competed events.

Members who signed up into a testing event will move on to state is they have place in the top 5 for their specific event.

Some members may choose the presentation event, which they would be required to present at state. They are required to get second place or higher to move on.

Fifteen out of 19 students won awards. Here are each students successes down below.

1st Place

Cybersecurity- Deo Reij

Accounting 1- Santosh Manikandan

Economics- Santosh Manikandan

Job Interview- Aicha Beye

Digital Video Production- Santosh Manikandan, Trent Stuerman, and Nicos Cadice

2nd Place

Entrepreneurship- Aarush Survi

3rd Place

Business Ethics-  Rathi Thiagarajan

Sales Presentation- Shaun Dobratz and Margo Revelle

4th Place

Business Ethics- Rathi Thiagarajan

Website Design- Aiden Franco, Tanmayee Geogni, and Deveshisai Chitturi

5th Place

Sports Management- Shaun Dobratz, Tycen Reckker, and Patrick Kessler

Personal Finance- Ben Lenczycki

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