Webber Students Advance to Florida’s State PBL Competition On January 21st, nine Webber students traveled to Valencia College East campus for District Competitions for Future Business Leaders of America – Phi Beta Lambda. The students competed in 23 different academic events. Each and every student successfully competed and earned the right to compete in the Florida State competition, which will be held March 16th through the 19th. Jordan Lively earned a first place in all three of his competitions. Jordan competed in the Entrepreneurial Concepts, Organizational Behavior, and the Sports Management and Marketing exams. David Szotkowski came away with top honors. He earned a first place in both the Computer Concepts and Macroeconomics exams. The Webber team of David, Myusei Hagiwara, and Brandon Zayhowski competed in Business Decision Making exam and case and earned second place. Brandon also earned first place in the Information Management exam and second place in the Computer Concepts exam. Myusei earned second place in both the Macroeconomics and the Marketing Concepts exams. Jalen Cayo earned a first place in the Job Interview event and on the Contemporary Sports Issues exam. Jalen also earned a third place in the Marketing Concepts exam. The team of Carlos Rocha and Esmeralda Fernandez earned a second place in the Business Law case. Carlos additionally earned a first place in Justice Administration and the Marketing Concepts exams. Esmeralda also earned first place on the Cyber Security exam and the third place on the Sports Management and Marketing exam. Joyce Caba earned first place in the Impromptu Speaking event. Joyce also earned a second place in the Job Interview event. Logan Stewart was the only graduate student from Webber competing. Logan earned first place in the Accounting for Professionals and the Statistical Analysis exams. Overall, Webber students did well. After successfully competing in Districts, they are looking forward to the next round of competitions at State. Established in 1927 by Roger Babson as the first college chartered under Florida’s then new charitable and educational laws and one of the first schools of business for women in the nation, Webber International University now educates men and women from over 50 different nations. Students at Webber’s Florida campus major in one of the many disciplines of business offered at the associate’s, bachelor’s, and master’s level through traditional day, accelerated night and weekend, and entirely on-line formats. Joining Webber as a branch campus in 2011, and featuring a comprehensive liberal arts curriculum, St. Andrews University was established by merger in 1961 but traces its roots back to the 1896 founding of its predecessor Flora Macdonald College. The University features highly qualified faculty, highly engaged staff, small class size, and a wide array of intercollegiate sports and other extracurricular activities. The University has been recognized as a Princeton Review Best in the Southeast College, a US News and World Reports America’s Best Colleges designee, and a GI Jobs America’s Most Military Friendly School. The University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, and many programs enjoy additional programmatic accreditations.