HCC Students Compete at Phi Beta Lambda State Conference


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21 March 2017
Students from the Hillsborough Community College Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) team attended the 2017 PBL State Conference and Competition in Orlando, FL on March 16-18.  A total of 13 students participated in a myriad of events testing their business skills and knowledge, with 12 students receiving at least one award and nine students qualifying for attendance at the national conference to be held in Anaheim, CA in June. 

Awards and categories included:

Mobile Application Development: Luis Mesias, Melissa de la Cruz and Laura Cadenas (First Place)
Emerging Business Issues: Vitor Crosera, Pietro Caldarone Carillo and Paulo Camasmie (First Place)
Financial Analysis and Decision Making: Dolev Shemesh (First Place)
Programming Concepts: Luis Mesias (First Place)
Website Design: Leonardo Dulanto and Julissa Reynel (Second Place)
Cost Accounting: Dolev Shemesh (Third Place)
Computer Concepts: Luis Mesias (Third Place)
Impromptu Speaking: Hashem Alsharif (Fourth Place)
Cost Accounting: Vitor Crosera (Fourth Place)
Help Desk: Salif Kante (Fifth Place)

Hillsborough Community College serves over 45,000 students annually at its five campuses located throughout Tampa Bay.  The college is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. 
 
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