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Worthington BPA students compete in state event

Eight students from Worthington participated in the annual Minnesota Business Professionals of America (BPA) State Leadership Conference March 14-16 at the Minneapolis Hyatt Regency. More than 1,100 members competed in the event.

 

During the school year, 1,800 Minnesota BPA student members took part in the organization’s competitive events program, allowing them to compete in nearly 70 events focused in the areas of finance, business administration, management information systems, digital communication and design, and management, marketing and communication. The competitions are designed to prepare students to succeed and assess real-world business skills and problem-solving abilities.


After qualifying earlier this year, regional winners put their talents to the test during the State Leadership Conference. Worthington High School students receiving state recognition include:


Kaw Blay -- second in Fundamental Desktop Publishing and third in Administrative Support Team; Sophie Göhler – third in Administrative Support Team; Alondra Leon Flores – third in Administrative Support Team; and Cristina Mireles –- third in Administrative Support Team.


This May, Blay, Göhler, Flores and Mireles will compete with thousands of top students from across the United States at the 59th Annual National Leadership Conference in Chicago.


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