Durham Tech Phi Beta Lambda recognized in state competition
The Durham Tech Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) won several awards at the 66th Annual North Carolina PBL State Leadership Conference, which was hosted online in April.
Congratulations to the following students for winning awards in the competitive events:
Christopher McDuff: 1st Place (Client Service), 1st Place (Website Design)
Maxfield Carpenter: 1st Place (Network Design), 2nd Place (Networking Concepts)
Chuck Lucas: 1st Place (Networking Concepts), 1st Place (Website Design)
Noah Terrell: 1st Place (Programming Concepts), 1st Place (Website Design)
The Durham Tech chapter also received the following recognition:
- Local Chapter Annual Business Report: 4th Place
- Professional Division Chapter of the Year
- Local Recruitment of Professional Members
- North Carolina PBL Gold Seal Chapter Awards
- Who’s Who in North Carolina PBL: Christopher McDuff
- Outstanding Local Chapter Advisor: Dr. LaTonya Steele
- The Legacy Leadership Award Gold Star Chapter
- Largest Local Chapter Membership – Professional Division, Central Region
- Meeting State Goals for the NCPBL Foundation, Inc. Scholarship Fund Contribution
- Local Chapters Making Contributions to the NCPBL Foundation, Inc.
Phi Beta Lambda is a national organization for business students at the college level. The organization's basic purpose is to provide opportunities for students to develop competencies for business occupations through an extension of the classroom. Participation in Phi Beta Lambda allows students to develop those "success" characteristics necessary for the business world. The national organization is comprised of over 12,000 members nationwide while the North Carolina State Chapter has over 800 members in over 30 local chapters at colleges and universities across the state.
Learn more about Durham Tech Phi Beta Lambda.