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NBHS BPA students bring home medals from state contest
04/04/2017

Kolbe Eoff, Jada Webb, Cameron Welch, Santiago Uribe and Lauren Callahan

The Business Professionals of America from New Braunfels High School competed at the State Leadership Conference held March 1-4 in Dallas and brought home four medals.

 

The students competed both in team and individual events with the following results:

 

Jada Webb and Cameron Welch – Computer Animation Team, 6th

Santiago Uribe – Entrepreneurship, 4th

Lauren Callahan – Interview Skills, 6th

Kolbe Eoff – Payroll Accounting, 6th

 

The following students also qualified for state, but did not place high enough to earn a medal:

 

Jonathan Maldonado, Fundamental Spreadsheet Applications

Jose Pablo Uribe, Banking & Finance

Joann Herring, Fundamental Spreadsheet Applications

Adyson Lincoln, Personal Financial Management

Corrie Kaufmann, Fundamental Desktop Publishing

Andres Uribe, Computer Animation Team

Hayley Stroud, Interview Skills

Emily Devers, Jonathan Pierce and Cooper Kaufmann – Broadcast News Production Team

Cameron Corzine, Kaleigh Corbell, Jaquile Athayae, Daniela Martinez – Small Business Management Team

Jordan Stewart, Nathan Downey and Olivia Esqueda – Computer Animation Team

 

Out of these students, several were awarded the Business Professionals of America’s Torch Awards Program. This program is designed to promote professionalist and leadership in both career development and personal growth. Students complete activities in seven Torch categories – Leadership; Service; Cooperation; Knowledge; Friendship; Love; Hope; Faith; and Patriotism. The following BPA members were honored with the Torch Award:

 

Cameron Corzine, Nathan Downey, Kolbe Eoff, Joann Herring, Cooper Kaufmann, Jonathan Maldonado, Jonathan Pierce, Jordan Stewart, Andres Uribe, Jose Pablo Urive and Santiago Uribe.

 

Kolbe Eoff was also selected as a National Candidate for Texas and will compete in Orlando with the aid of his campaign manager, Santiago Uribe.  His campaign “Klimb With Kolbe” is based on the idea of climbing to success. He and his campaign manager are the only two traveling to Orlando to attend the BPA National Leadership Conference in May.

 

I chose to run because of my love for BPA,” said Eoff. “I hope to learn a great deal of leadership, confidence, and communication. Three things I believe you can always improve upon.”

 

The BPA sponsor for NBHS is Beverly Trollinger.

 

CAPTION: Kolbe Eoff, Jada Webb, Cameron Welch, Santiago Uribe and Lauren Callahan


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