Keystone College students place in statewide business competition

For Abington Journal | April 17th, 2017 10:36 am

LA PLUME — Four Keystone College students earned recognition in a statewide college competition in Harrisburg sponsored by Phi Beta Lambda, the college division of Future Business Leaders of America.

Keystone students Nick Antenori, Jessup, and Mike Karwaski, Scott Twp., placed second in the financial services competition and have qualified to compete in the organization’s National Leadership Conference this summer in Anaheim, Cal.

Neil Harvey, Factoryville, placed third in justice administration and is a conference alternate. He also competed in cyber security. Darcia Mason, Kingsley, represented Keystone in job interview and accounting principles.

Keystone College students who participated in the Phi Beta Lambda business competition in Harrisburg, from left, Darcia Mason, Neil Harvey, Mike Karwaski and Nick Antenori.
http://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_ABJ-KEY-Business.jpgKeystone College students who participated in the Phi Beta Lambda business competition in Harrisburg, from left, Darcia Mason, Neil Harvey, Mike Karwaski and Nick Antenori. Submitted photo

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