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Lincoln students get down to business with BPA

 

January 1, 2020

Beth Huguet, Hellgate BPA Adviso

Lindsey Weisner (second from right) Jaken Shelton (second from left) and Nikki Snyder (left) hold pose with certificates for placing in Intermediate Word Processing.

The Lincoln High School Business Professionals of America Club competed in the Regional Leadership Conference for Region 2 in Missoula Monday, Dec. 16. Region 2 includes the Lincoln, Drummond, Granite, Victor, St. Regis, Florence, Clark Fork and Hellgate school districts.

Beth Huguet, Hellgate BPA Adviso

Lindsey Weisner, Makenzie Storey and Ivy Corrigan hold their certificates for placing as the second place Presentation management team.

According to Lincoln High School Business and Technology teacher Laura Allen-Bullis, seven students participated in various business related events at regionals, and six of the seven will be advancing on to the State Leadership Conference in Billings in early March.

According to the Montana BPA website, it is an "intra-curricular activity that is part of an education program designed to develop leadership abilities, competency in business occupations and interest in the American business system." There are 103 BPA Chapters in Montana, which is divided into eight regions.

Nationally, BPA has 23 state associations and more than 43,000 members.

 

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