MCTC has Two State PBL Competitors
Steven Scaggs, treasurer of Maysville Community amp; Technical Colleges Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) chapter, will compete in this years Kentucky State Competition at the Spring Leadership Conference April 9 and 10. Steven will be competing in the Accounting Principles category including competencies such as basic principles of financial accounting, terminology, measurement, valuation, realization, worksheets, professional standards and ethics, and much more.
Steven is the 19 year old son of Jim and Jill Scaggs of Mason County. He will be graduating from MCTC this spring with an Associate in Arts degree with an emphasis in Business Administration Management. He will transfer to Northern Kentucky University in the fall to pursue a Bachelors degree in Sports Business.
Stephanie Roesler, vice president of PBL will be competing in the Management Concepts category which will demonstrate competencies in basic marketing including price, marketing concepts and strategies, international marketing, legal and social aspects, marketing research, and e-marketing.
Stephanie is the 27 year old mother of Eli Roesler, wife of Ian Roesler and daughter of Tammy Delaney, all of Mason County. Stephanie will be graduating from MCTC this spring with an Associate in Applied Science degree with an emphasis in Business Administration Management. She plans to return to MCTC in the fall to pursue her Associate in Arts degree and then transfer to a four-year university to pursue her Accounting degree.
MCTC, along with PBL adviser, Wendy Noble, has recently re-established its chapter of PBL. PBL is a student organization for students preparing for careers in business, entrepreneurship, or other business-related fields. The main focus of PBL has been on student involvement, community service, and leadership.