National Leadership Conference 2015
The 2015 National Leadership Conference, held in the beautiful and windy Chicago, Illinois, was a breeze for Oregon FBLA. Two hundred and fifty (250) Oregonians explored the Magnificent Mile, blew the competition away, and we even had a member be elected to National Office.
The 5 most exciting things we did:
- Went to 6 Flags Great America/Hurricane Harbor
- Played games at Dave & Busters
- Saw the Bean (Cloud Gate sculpture)
- Watched fireworks over Lake Michigan
- Explored Downtown
Congratulations to everyone who competed at NLC. That is a HUGE accomplishment, and you all should be proud! With that being said, here are the competitors that placed in the Top 10 in the nation:
Hidden Valley High School - 2nd in American Enterprise Project
Jonas Beachy and Christopher Pearson - 9th in Business Ethics
Grace Ramstad and Erika Arce - 7th in Business Plan
Hidden Valley High School - 5th in Community Service Project
Mark Marud - 3rd in Desktop Publishing
Layton Webber - 4th in Health Care Administration
Matthew Fairman and Kade Toledo - 4th in Sports & Entertainment Management
And a very big congratulations to Grace Ramstad from Centennial High School for being elected Western Region Vice President! Way to make Oregon proud!
Now, who’s ready to take on Atlanta?
Posted on Fri, October 16, 2015