MG wins 31 awards at regional FBLA competition

  • Friday, February 7, 2020 5:49pm
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Marysville Getchell High School’s Future Business Leaders of America 22-member team won 31 awards at the recent Northwest Regional Conference at Sedro-Woolley High School. The entire team qualified for state.

Student’s events cover many business-related subjects from Entreprenureship to Sales Presentations. Here are MG’s results:

1, Ashlyn White, Business Communications.

1, Sophie Mejia and Gabriella Samaniego, Graphic Design

1, Claudia Mikesell, Intro to Parliamentary Procedures

1, Mejia, Binh To, Denise Miranda-Ramirez, Alina Sokolova and Alexis Neeb, Parliamentary Procedures

2, Emily Keopanya, Mohaned Aldowairi, Marlen Munoz-Aquino, Kaleigh Wene and Alejandro Magallon, Parliamentary Procedures.

2, Keopanya and Zonya Zaldivar, Management Decision Making

2, To, Intro to Business Procedures

2, Samaniego, Intro to Business Presentations

2, Taryn Neal and White, Emerging Business Issues

3, Sokolova, Computer Applications

3, Mejia, Miranda-Ramirez, To, Hospitality Management

3, Katelyn Miller and Aminata Konteh, Business Ethics

3, Dylynn Deschaine and Miller, Management Decision Making

3, Amanda Warren, Accounting 1

3, Neal, Public Speaking

4, Warren and Joseph Gabriel Ecolango, Banking and Financial Systems

4, Warren, Spreadsheet Applications

4, Samaniego, Intro to Business Procedures

4, Duncan Hardman, Help Desk

4, Konteh, Client Service

5, Munoz-Aquino, Client Service

5, Aldowairi and Magallon, Entrepreneurship

5, Zaldivar, Sokolova and Mikesell, Marketing

5, Jacob Faller, Business Ethics

5, Ecolango, Accounting 1

6, Neal, Business Calculations

6, Magallon, Sales Presentation

6, Neeb, Job Interview

6, Miranda-Ramirez, Intro to Public Speaking

6, Wene, Computer Applications

7, Sokolova and Warren, Entrepreneurship

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