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BPA Officers elected at Washington County Career Center

The Business Professionals of America (BPA) organization at the Washington County Career Center elected its chapter officers recently. The chapter includes students from the Digital Marketing and Graphic Design & Video Production programs.

Officers for the 2019-20 school year are:

¯ Co-President, Casondra Heiss, is a junior from Fort Frye enrolled in the Graphic Design & Video Production program. She is the daughter of Edward and Julie Heiss of Lowell.

¯ Co-President, Hallie Walker, is a senior from Warren enrolled in the Digital Marketing program. She is the daughter of Paul and Stacy Walker of Marietta.

¯ Vice President, Maddison Smith, is a senior from Belpre enrolled in the Digital Marketing program. She is the daughter of Dave and Marla Smith of Belpre.

¯ Treasurer, Katana Felter, is a junior from Frontier enrolled in the Digital Marketing program. She is the daughter of William Felter of New Matamoras and Tanya Michael of Rootstown, Ohio.

¯ Secretary, Myka Vandine, is a senior from Warren enrolled in the Digital Marketing program. She is the daughter of Mike and Peggy Vandine of Stockport.

¯ Historian, Eleri Webb, is a junior from Fort Frye enrolled in the Graphic Design & Video Production program. She is the daughter of Larry and Shelly Webb of Beverly.

¯ Parliamentarian, Maggie Clendenning, is a junior from Marietta enrolled in the Graphic Design & Video Production program. She is the daughter of Tim and Johnine Fielder of Marietta.

The Information Technology programs are a combination of high-level academic courses and state-of-the-art technology courses. The programs of instruction provide opportunities for students to prepare for and achieve career objectives in business and computer occupations. Business Professionals of America is a student organization for high school and college students that help prepare for a world-class workforce. Through co-curricular programs and service, members compete in technical competitions, develop leadership skills, network with one another and professionals across the nation, and get involved in community service.

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