CA FBLA Excels at State Competition
Pictured left to right: Shauna Durst, Matthew Totsky, and Brycen Kelly.

CA FBLA Excels at State Competition


Carbondale Area students were very successful at the FBLA State Competition, with eight students qualifying for the National Competition in Atlanta, Georgia. Those students are Molly Kelly, Elianna Connolly, Mason Nepa, Shauna Durst, Brycen Kelly, Matthew Totsky, Jocelyn Brown, and Megan Cosklo.

Below are the results.


Molly Kelly- Networking Infrastructure

Elianna Connolly – Introduction to Business Procedures

Mason Nepa- Introduction to Parliamentary Procedures


Shauna Durst, Brycen Kelly and Matthew Totsky- International Business

Jocelyn Brown- Insurance and Risk Management


Megan Cosklo- Insurance and Risk Management


Bryan Salitsky- Business Law


William Murphy- Securities and Investment

Matt Serkosky- Introduction to Information Technology


Abby Lynady- Introduction to Marketing

Ella Casper- Introduction to Information Technology


Xander Mackey Securities and Investment 

Emily Grover- Introduction to Marketing


Caden Brennan- Help Desk

Abby Wall- Introduction to Business Concepts

CA was also ranked 7th in the Big 33 Community Service Project completed by club members.

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