Mount Vernon High School Students Compete in FBLA State Conference

Left to right of the chapter photo: (top row) Matthew Jurenka, Grayson Parker, Steven Ong; (middle row) Yuva Belarbia, Brian Conde-Martinez, Emily Ney; (front row) Emily Flones, Megan Perez, Renad Alsilimy.
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Mount Vernon, WA – Nine students from Mount Vernon High School have spent the last week (April 10-13) in Bellevue, competing at the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) State Business Leadership Conference.

Nearly 2,000 students from across the state gathered to compete against the top students from their respective areas. Below are the students from Mount Vernon High School and the events that they each competed in. The students who are ranked in the top four for Washington State have earned the right to travel to San Antonio, TX this summer to compete against the top students from around the country!

Left to right of the chapter photo: (top row) Matthew Jurenka, Grayson Parker, Steven Ong; (middle row) Yuva Belarbia, Brian Conde-Martinez, Emily Ney; (front row) Emily Flones, Megan Perez, Renad Alsilimy.

Renad Alsilimy: Broadcast Journalism (6th), Business Plan (7th), E-Business
Yuva Belarbia: Broadcast Journalism, Business Plan (7th), Computer Problem Solving, Health Care Administration (2nd)
Brian Conde-Martinez: Impromptu Speaking, Introduction to Parliamentary Procedures
Emily Flones: Graphic Design, Word Processing
Matthew Jurenka: Emerging Business Issues (4th)
Emily Ney: Introduction to Public Speaking (10th), Graphic Design, Organizational Leadership (8th), Sales Presentation (7th)
Steven Ong: Broadcast Journalism, Insurance and Risk Management (5th)
Grayson Parker: Emerging Business Issues (4th), Public Speaking
Megan Perez: Business Plan (7th), Political Science

The Mount Vernon High School FBLA Chapter has spent countless hours preparing and practicing for their competitive events.

 

 

**Press Release Written and Provided by Ariel Dykstra, MVHS FBLA Advisor, WSBEA President 

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