Pfeiffer students attend conference in Ohio

  • Posted: Thursday, December 5, 2013 1:31 a.m.
Pfeiffer University’s chapter of Phi Beta Lambda recently attended a national conference in Ohio.
Pfeiffer University’s chapter of Phi Beta Lambda recently attended a national conference in Ohio.

Pfeiffer’s Phi Beta Lambda chapter attended the organization’s national conference in Cleveland, Ohio.

Officers and their advisor participated in most of the workshops and said all of the meetings were beneficial and advantageous to Pfeiffer’s students. In the general welcoming session, Pfeiffer’s chapter was recognized for giving back to the community. Its chapter was one of four recognized. It was the only chapter representing North Carolina.


During a break between the workshops, the group visited the Old Stone Church.

At night all the officers and their advisor attended the closing session and left the conference. The following night, scholars reflected on what they learned and what needed to be developed in the future.

Such leadership conferences help students develop their leadership skills to the next level, make new connections, be motivated, participate in competitions and be future business leaders of America.

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