BHS FBLA Students Qualify for Nationals

BHS FBLA Students Qualify for Nationals

Apr 02, 2018

The Bettendorf Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter attended the State Leadership Conference on March 15th-17th. At the conference, 13 members represented Bettendorf High School and competed in state and national events against schools across the state of Iowa. Bettendorf had all 13 students who attended qualify for the National Leadership Conference in Baltimore in at least one event.

These qualifiers include:

  • Haylie Spencer: Global Business 2nd place
  • Zach Berntgen & Nijel McIntosh: Sports Entertainment & Marketing 1st place
  • Yash Singh: Business Ethics 3rd place, Economics 4th place
  • Athena Andrews, Tiffany Le & Kayla Petry: Intro to Business Presentation 1st place
  • Sheldon Deng: Accounting 1 2nd place
  • Lexi Mendoza: Accounting 1 4th place, Local Chapter Exhibit 6th place
  • Madison Foht & Samantha Foht: Social Media Campaign 4th place
  • Athena Andrews, Tiffany Le & Samantha Foht: Emerging Business Issues 3rd place
  • Lauren Hawley: Sales Presentation 3rd place, Client Service 3rd place
  • Madison Foht: Client Service 5th place
  • Mason Chin: Electronic Career Portfolio 1st place
  • Haylie Spencer: Vocab Relay 6th place
  • Mason Chin, Sheldon Deng & Nijel McIntosh: Advanced Spelling Relay 5th place
  • Lauren Hawley, Yash Singh, & Zach Berntgen: Advanced Vocab Relay 6th place

In addition to those qualifiers, Bettendorf High School also had a significant amount of recognition in other areas. Sheldon Deng and Tiffany Le both ran for state office positions, and Sheldon Deng was elected as the 2018-2019 Iowa FBLA Treasurer. Adviser Angie Mojeiko won Local Chapter Adviser of the Year and will get to walk across the national stage in Baltimore this summer. Bettendorf FBLA also placed 1st in FBLAopoly, completing 36 of the 38 activities, placed 2nd for Largest Local Chapter Membership Professional Division, and received Iowa Merit. Bettendorf was incredibly successful at the state conference this year, and will be taking 8 students to Baltimore to compete with students across the nation in hopes of walking across the national stage.


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