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April 18, 2013

IT team at ICTC rated in competition

— Information Technology students from Indian Capital Technology Center-Muskogee campus attended the state Business Professionals of America Spring Leadership Conference, a media release states.

ICTC students competed against hundreds of other students from various Oklahoma high schools and technology centers in a variety of contests last month at Oklahoma State University-Institute of Technology. 

The ICTC students competed in categories ranging from parliamentary procedure to computer programming.

Secondary winners from ICTC-Muskogee include: Ben Fogler, sixth place visual basic programming; Taylor Anthony, fourth place project management – open; Jakob Livingston, fifth place PC servicing and troubleshooting; Chad Steadman, third place PC servicing and troubleshooting; Riley Williams, second place PC servicing and troubleshooting; Joe Andrews, ninth place medical office procedures; Bethany White, fourth place database applications; Orrin Bailey, sixth place computer programming concepts – open; Taylor Anthony, Orrin Bailey, and Chad Steadman, ninth place computer animation team; Orrin Bailey, ninth place C++ programming, and Shi Kelley, Bethany White, and Joe Andrews, sixth place, administrative support team.

The post-secondary winners from ICTC-Muskogee include: Edie Ballard, 10th place parliamentary procedure concepts – open, and third place basic office systems and procedures; Samantha Luster, fourth place integrated office applications and fifth place advanced word processing skills; Misti Morgan, fourth place fundamental spreadsheet applications and third place banking and finance; Brenda Owle, third place financial math and analysis – open, first place database applications, and third place business meetings management open; Nancy Kendrick, fifth place banking and finance; and Rolonda Thompson, second place banking and finance.

Business Professionals of America is the leading career and technical student organization for students pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology and other related career fields.

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