Business, Educaton, and Healthcare Expo

April 3, 2019

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SkillsUSA State Conference

Numerous East Central Community College career and technical students took top honors in the Mississippi SkillsUSA state competition held in Spring 2019 in Jackson. Those receiving first place honors will represent Mississippi and compete at the National Skills and Leadership Conference in Louisville, Ky., in June 2019.

First Place:

  • Promotional Bulletin Board Team—Miriam Sanchez of Forest, Karley Andrews of Decatur, and Klaire Shirley of Quitman
  • State Pin Design—Ashley Clark of Philadelphia
  • Industrial Motor Control—Jeremy Seibel of Lawrence
  • Action Skills—Abbie Stewart of Louisville
  • Carpentry—Andrew Wofford of Conehatta
  • Cabinetmaking—James Fayette of Little Rock
  • Collision Repair—Dalton Fayette of Little Rock
  • Auto Refinishing—Preston Grice of Louisville
  • Restaurant Service—Grace Myers of Decatur (did not qualify for nationals)

Second Place:

  • Opening and Closing Team—Tot’Tiana Norman of Newton, Erika Harrell of Morton, Ty’keshia Fulton and Wynesha Donald, both of Forest, Iyanla Lampley of Philadelphia, and Skyler Bell of Choctaw
  • Auto Service—Spencer Swink of Forest

Third Place:

  • Early Childhood—Sarah Hollingsworth of Decatur
  • Job Interview—Ashton Sharp of Philadelphia

Phi Beta Lambda State Leadership Conference

ECCC’s Theta Chi chapter of Phi Beta Lambda is the largest community college chapter in the nation,
and third largest among all two-year and four-year institutions!

Fourteen members of East Central Community College’s Theta Chi Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda participated in the 2019 State Leadership Conference and all placed first in their respective events, which qualified them for national competition scheduled in June in San Antonio, Texas. The state conference was held at Mississippi University for Women in Columbus.

Theta Chi also received first place in raising funds for the March of Dimes, received Foundation Recognition and was recognized as a Gold Seal Chapter.

PBL State President and Rufus T. Jones Scholarship:

  • Justin Wilcher of Philadelphia

PBL Parliamentarian:

  • Hanna Stokes of Philadelphia

PBL Hall of Fame:

  • Samantha McMullan of Decatur
  • Jackie Cates of Newton
  • Nicole Ferguson of Philadelphia
  • Khalil Triplett of Philadelphia
  • Shelby Greenwood of Philadelphia
  • Sam Loper of Philadelphia
  • Justin Wilcher of Philadelphia

First Place:

  • Local Chapter Annual Business Report—Jerry Davidson of Philadelphia and Daniel Triplett of Preston
  • Business Sustainability—Caleb McGrew of Meridian
  • Computer Animation—Jerry Davidson of Philadelphia, Daniel Triplet of Preston, and James Van Fleet of Forest
  • Community Service—Lexi Rover of Little Rock and Tucker Cain of Carthage
  • Financial Services--Barbara Bobo, Sam Loper, and Justin Wilcher of Philadelphia
  • Parliamentary Procedures—Shelby Greenwood, Hanna Stokes, and Justin Wilcher of Philadelphia, Tucker Cain of Carthage, and Lexi Rover of Little Rock
  • Public Speaking—Beth Fortner of Port Gibson
  • Integrated Marketing Campaign—Shelby Greenwood and Hanna Stokes of Philadelphia
  • Social Media Campaign—Beth Fortner and Camilla Addy of Decatur
  • Strategic Analysis—Jacob Plaisance of Union, Camilla Addy of Decatur, and James Van Fleet of Forest


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