Ashford University's Phi Beta Lambda Chapter Competes in National Conference

Four members of Ashford University’s Phi Beta Lambda organization attended the Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference last month held in Atlanta, Ga. The conference, attended by more than 3,000 people, brought together some of the nation’s best students.

With the support of Ashford advisors David Ward and Diane Cornilsen, Ashford students Allie Klausen, Corinne Armbrust, Brittany Acree, and Rebecca Wolfe each competed in two academic events at the conference. During the awards ceremony held the last night of the conference, Wolfe was recognized for the Job Interview event and placed seventh in the nation for Phi Beta Lambda.

“The national competition was a great place to show what Ashford students have been studying, while getting to network with other students who shared the same passion for Phi Beta Lambda,” said Wolfe.

To learn more about Phi Beta Lambda, visit www.fbla-pbl.org/.

 

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