LCCC SIFE Team Receives Recognition at Regional Competition

The Lorain County Community College Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE) Team returned to Elyria as winners after participating in the Cleveland SIFE USA Regional Competition on Wednesday, March 24.  The event was one of 12 SIFE USA Regional Competitions being held across the United States in March and April.  

{mosimage}After presenting a report of its year-long community outreach projects to a panel of business leaders, the LCCC SIFE Team was named a SIFE USA Regional Champion. The Team will now advance to the national level of SIFE competition, at the SIFE USA National Exposition, May 11-13 in Minneapolis, MN.

In this year’s competition, there was a change of format and LCCC’s SIFE Team competed against both two-year and four-year colleges and universities. Previously there were separate divisions for two-year and four year schools.

LCCC SIFE Co-Advisor and Assistant Professor, Claudia Lubaski said, “I am very proud of our team’s accomplishments and the manner in which they represented Lorain County Community College.  A special thanks to both the presentation team and those who worked behind the scenes.”

During this past year, the LCCC SIFE team delivered 29 outreach projects in Lorain and Cuyahoga counties.

SIFE member, Lisa Riley of Avon said, “I thought it was a very exciting day, and being congratulated by people who saw our presentation helped me to realize that all of our hard work has paid off.”

Other LCCC SIFE Team members are Amanda Hoover of Elyria, Lauren Mole,  team secretary, of Columbia Station; Jason Case, team president, of North Ridgeville; Anthony Hoover of Elyria, Greg Loera of Lorain and Violeta Vasileva, team treasurer, of Elyria.

Lubaski and LCCC Professor Maria McConnell, are faculty co-advisors.

SIFE is an international non-profit organization active on college and university campuses in more than 40 countries.  SIFE teams create economic opportunities in their communities by organizing outreach projects that teach: market economics, entrepreneurship, personal financial management, success skills, business ethics and environmental sustainability. For more information visit www.sife.org.

LCCC SIFE Team Receives Recognition at Regional Competition

The Lorain County Community College Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE) Team returned to Elyria as winners after participating in the Cleveland SIFE USA Regional Competition on Wednesday, March 24.  The event was one of 12 SIFE USA Regional Competitions being held across the United States in March and April.  

{mosimage}After presenting a report of its year-long community outreach projects to a panel of business leaders, the LCCC SIFE Team was named a SIFE USA Regional Champion. The Team will now advance to the national level of SIFE competition, at the SIFE USA National Exposition, May 11-13 in Minneapolis, MN.

In this year’s competition, there was a change of format and LCCC’s SIFE Team competed against both two-year and four-year colleges and universities. Previously there were separate divisions for two-year and four year schools.

LCCC SIFE Co-Advisor and Assistant Professor, Claudia Lubaski said, “I am very proud of our team’s accomplishments and the manner in which they represented Lorain County Community College.  A special thanks to both the presentation team and those who worked behind the scenes.”

During this past year, the LCCC SIFE team delivered 29 outreach projects in Lorain and Cuyahoga counties.

SIFE member, Lisa Riley of Avon said, “I thought it was a very exciting day, and being congratulated by people who saw our presentation helped me to realize that all of our hard work has paid off.”

Other LCCC SIFE Team members are Amanda Hoover of Elyria, Lauren Mole,  team secretary, of Columbia Station; Jason Case, team president, of North Ridgeville; Anthony Hoover of Elyria, Greg Loera of Lorain and Violeta Vasileva, team treasurer, of Elyria.

Lubaski and LCCC Professor Maria McConnell, are faculty co-advisors.

SIFE is an international non-profit organization active on college and university campuses in more than 40 countries.  SIFE teams create economic opportunities in their communities by organizing outreach projects that teach: market economics, entrepreneurship, personal financial management, success skills, business ethics and environmental sustainability. For more information visit www.sife.org.

LCCC SIFE Team Receives Recognition at Regional Competition

The Lorain County Community College Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE) Team returned to Elyria as winners after participating in the Cleveland SIFE USA Regional Competition on Wednesday, March 24.  The event was one of 12 SIFE USA Regional Competitions being held across the United States in March and April.  

{mosimage}After presenting a report of its year-long community outreach projects to a panel of business leaders, the LCCC SIFE Team was named a SIFE USA Regional Champion. The Team will now advance to the national level of SIFE competition, at the SIFE USA National Exposition, May 11-13 in Minneapolis, MN.

In this year’s competition, there was a change of format and LCCC’s SIFE Team competed against both two-year and four-year colleges and universities. Previously there were separate divisions for two-year and four year schools.

LCCC SIFE Co-Advisor and Assistant Professor, Claudia Lubaski said, “I am very proud of our team’s accomplishments and the manner in which they represented Lorain County Community College.  A special thanks to both the presentation team and those who worked behind the scenes.”

During this past year, the LCCC SIFE team delivered 29 outreach projects in Lorain and Cuyahoga counties.

SIFE member, Lisa Riley of Avon said, “I thought it was a very exciting day, and being congratulated by people who saw our presentation helped me to realize that all of our hard work has paid off.”

Other LCCC SIFE Team members are Amanda Hoover of Elyria, Lauren Mole,  team secretary, of Columbia Station; Jason Case, team president, of North Ridgeville; Anthony Hoover of Elyria, Greg Loera of Lorain and Violeta Vasileva, team treasurer, of Elyria.

Lubaski and LCCC Professor Maria McConnell, are faculty co-advisors.

SIFE is an international non-profit organization active on college and university campuses in more than 40 countries.  SIFE teams create economic opportunities in their communities by organizing outreach projects that teach: market economics, entrepreneurship, personal financial management, success skills, business ethics and environmental sustainability. For more information visit www.sife.org.

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