Local students attend Business Professionals of America conference in Tulsa


Great Plains Technology Center-Frederick multimedia students, from left, Frederick High School junior Michele Pierce and senior Kaydence Diaz, were honored for their work at the Business Professionals of America state conference in Tulsa. Both qualified to compete in the graphic design promotion and digital publishing contests. Pierce advanced as a finalist in both categories and received a medal for her work in the digital publishing.


Courtesy photo | Lindsay Hunt

Great Plains Technology Center-Frederick multimedia students, from left, Frederick High School junior Michele Pierce and senior Kaydence Diaz, were honored for their work at the Business Professionals of America state conference in Tulsa. Both qualified to compete in the graphic design promotion and digital publishing contests. Pierce advanced as a finalist in both categories and received a medal for her work in the digital publishing.

Great Plains Technology Center-Frederick multimedia students, from left, Frederick High School junior Michele Pierce and senior Kaydence Diaz, were honored for their work at the Business Professionals of America state conference in Tulsa. Both qualified to compete in the graphic design promotion and digital publishing contests. Pierce advanced as a finalist in both categories and received a medal for her work in the digital publishing.
http://press-leader.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_Great-Plains.jpgGreat Plains Technology Center-Frederick multimedia students, from left, Frederick High School junior Michele Pierce and senior Kaydence Diaz, were honored for their work at the Business Professionals of America state conference in Tulsa. Both qualified to compete in the graphic design promotion and digital publishing contests. Pierce advanced as a finalist in both categories and received a medal for her work in the digital publishing. Courtesy photo | Lindsay Hunt
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