MOUNT PLEASANT — Fifteen Case High School business students participated in the Wisconsin FBLA Regional Conference in Pewaukee on Feb. 3. Twelve students placed top eight in their categories.
Pewaukee hosted more than 650 of southeastern Wisconsin’s best and brightest youth to showcase their talents as future business leaders. Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL) is the largest and oldest student business career and technical student organization in the nation. Case High School FBLA students had the opportunity to participate in more than 40 business-related competitive events.
The following students competed at the FBLA 2018 Regional Leadership Conference: Erin Bannon, Erin Fischer, Marisa Garcia, Nallely Garcia, Stephany Haschker, Erin Hyatt, Jada Ivey, Karla Maldonado, Hunter Merritt, Makayla Pesch, Tyler Sell, Vennesa Verdiguel, Adam Vlach and Tyanna Woods.
These Case High School FBLA members received high honors at the 2018 Regional Leadership Conference: Erin Bannon, Social Media Campaign, fourth place; Erin Fischer, Business Communication, sixth place; Marisa Garcia, Emerging Business Issues Team, seventh place; Nallely Garcia, Spreadsheet Applications, second place; Stephany Haschker, Hospitality Management, seventh place; Erin Hyatt, Sales Presentation, sixth place; Jada Ivey, Emerging Business Issues Team, seventh place; Karla Maldonado, Emerging Business Issues Team, seventh place; Hunter Merritt, Computer Applications, fourth place; Vennesa Verdiguel, Public Service Announcement, seventh place; and Tyanna Woods, Job Interview, eighth place.
The Case High School FBLA Chapter is working towards building community business partnerships, corporate sponsorship, donations, and holding fundraising events which will help to provide the funding necessary for these students to compete at the next level.