Pierpont Community and Technical College has received national recognition by place in one of the largest student organization.
Business Technology majors Cori Tallman and McKayla Moore placed fourth in the nation in Website Design for the ‘Future Business Leaders of America’ Phi Beta Lambda competition that took place in Baltimore, Maryland.
Phi Beta Lambda is the largest professional student business organization of its kind with more than 250 thousand members worldwide.
Members include community colleges, technical colleges, and major universities, including Virginia Tech, who placed eighth overall in the Website Design competition.
Business Management faculty Amanda K. Roehrer stated: “McKayla and Cori are two of our outstanding students in the business program. Beyond doing well in their classes academically, both always come prepared to engage in class discussions and activities. McKayla and Cori are often seen helping their fellow classmates as needed. They both take on extra activities outside of the classroom which, in my opinion, is a true mark of a great student. This accomplishment for them at the PBLA is well deserved!”