Port Angeles students compete at Future Business Leaders of America event

TACOMA — Twenty-eight members of the Port Angeles High School Chapter of Future Business Leaders of America recently competed at the Puget Sound Winter Conference.

Advisors and 380 students from 17 chapters attended the Feb. 3 conference at Pacific Lutheran University.

Seventeen high school students qualified for the state competition in Bellevue in April.

The results were:

Kiara West, client service, third; Nate Toscano, computer problem solving, second; Haylen Gerhard, cyber security, third; Nate Toscano, cyber security, fifth; Senator Atwater, emerging business issues, second; Emily Menshew, help desk, second; Jackie Young, help desk, fifth; Talia Anderson, intro to business communication, third; Leo Ahlburg, intro to business communication, fourth; and Talia Anderson, intro to business presentation, third.

Also, Abby Sanders, intro to business presentation, third; Meiqi Liang, intro to business procedures, third; Talia Anderson, intro to financial math, first; Grayson Mahany, intro to financial math, third; Madison Orth, intro to financial math, fifth; Abby Sanders, intro to financial math, sixth; Amelie Atwater, intro to parliamentary procedures, first; Meiqi Liang, intro to parliamentary procedures, second; and Alex Winebrenner, intro to parliamentary procedures, fourth.

Also, Madison Orth, intro to public speaking, fourth; Emily Metzler, job interview, fifth; Senator Atwater, journalism, fifth; Nate Toscano, management decision making, fifth; Dori Williams, management decision making, fifth; Haylen Gerhard, network design, first; Nate Toscano, network design, first; Haylen Gerhard, networking concepts, fourth place; Senator Atwater, public speaking, sixth place; Mauritz Ahlburg, publication design, fifth place; and Emily Menshew, publication design, fifth place.

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