SCA's FBLA chapter is in the midst of a fundraising effort designed to offset costs needed to send seven students to FBLA's National Leadership Conference in Nashville, Tennessee. The students placed in FBLA's state competition and earned the right to compete in nationals to be held during the conference. The students and their competitive event are listed below:

  • Fran Schu, Amara Nazario, Aiyona Hayman- Third Place, Digital Video
  • Maddie Yocum- Third Place, Electronic Career Portfolio
  • Ryan Matukitis, Sunny Sen, and Allen Potter- Third Place, Management Information Systems

This is the first time SCA's FBLA chapter has had more than one event qualify for national competition. The group's fundraising goal is $10,000. If you would like to make a donation, please visit the following web page: http://www.gofundme.com/88id98

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