Students Qualify for Ohio BPA Contest

       High school students enrolled in business programs at Penta Career Center and at Penta’s satellite programs at Swanton High School, recently earned awards during the regional contest of Business Professionals of America (BPA) held at Bowling Green State University on January 23.  Thirty students from Penta’s main campus programs earned top awards at the contest and qualify for the 2018 BPA State Leadership Conference March 8 & 9 in Columbus.  In addition, 13 students from Penta’s satellite business programs at Swanton High School also qualify for the BPA state competition.   
       The BPA state qualifiers are:  Austin Adams (Woodmore), Broadcast News Production Team; Carl Bressler (Bowling Green), Computer Network Technology;  Adriana Caballero (Otsego), Intermediate Word Processing Skills; Analita Clark (Rossford), Advanced Word Processing Skills; Colin Fausnaugh (Bowling Green), Broadcast News Production Team; Oscar Garcia (Oak Harbor), Digital Media Production; Yuuki Habara (Bowling Green), Web Site Design Team; Breanna Hutson (Oak Harbor), Legal Office Procedures; Charles Johnson (Oak Harbor), Web Site Design Team; Paige Kervin (Perrysburg), Network Design Team; Andrew Kubista (Woodmore), Broadcast News Production Team; Joshua Lamb (Otsego), Broadcast News Production Team; Jesse Langlois (Rossford), Network Design Team; Cassandra LaPlante (Otsego), Fundamental Desktop Publishing; Antonio Lopez (Lake), Digital Publishing;  Jacob Martinez (Bowling Green), Broadcast News Production Team; Bryce McGough (Elmwood), Extemporaneous Speech; Devin Merritt (Elmwood), Broadcast News Production Team; Devona Mutchler (Genoa), Broadcast News Production Team; Rachel Parsons (Eastwood), Legal Office Procedures; Rebekah Perry (Oak Harbor), Legal Office Procedures; Rhiannon Reaper (Oak Harbor), Network Design Team; Jack Schreiner (Elmwood),Video Production Team; Zane Shirk (Maumee), Digital Publishing; Mitchell Smith (Otsego), Broadcast News Production Team; Braylynn Sternberg (Genoa), Medical Office Procedures; Juan Villegas (Northwood), Digital Publishing; Jeremy Wells (Swanton), Web Site Design Team; Cindy Widmer (Elmwood), Video Production Team; and Christian Wyland (Northwood), Web Site Design Team.
       Students at Swanton High School who also competed at the regional BPA contest and qualify for the state BPA contest include:  Zachary Bloom for Payroll Accounting; Tanner Callicotte for Payroll Accounting; Cydney Christensen for Advanced Accounting; Dominic Domitio for Personal Financial Management; Haiden Gombash for Fundamental Accounting; Anthony Howard for Payroll Accounting; Wyatt Lake for Fundamental Accounting; Weston Miller for Personal Financial Management; Hayley Nelson for Advanced Accounting; Seth Rains for Fundamental Accounting; Trevor Schaller for Advanced Accounting; Sidney Taylor for Personal Financial Management; and Isaac Thomas for Advanced Accounting.
BPA is a career and technical student organization for students pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology, and other career fields.

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