On Saturday, January 13, 2018, 13 MNTH students traveled to A&M Consolidated High school in College Station, TX, Home of the Aggies, in order to compete in the Annual Business Professionals of America — Regional Leadership Conference (RLC).
The following students attended and were awarded the following in their respective events:
Marissa Henley – Interview Skills – State Alternate Katherine Mai –
Medical Office Procedures – State Alternate Michael Fradenbrug – PC &
Network Troubleshooting – State Qualifier** Emaurai Glass - Human
Resource Management - State Qualifier** Jazmine Leyva – Business Law &
Ethics – State Qualifier** Jesus Leyva - Personal Financial Management
-State Alternate Nabor Leyva - Fundamental Spreadsheet -Applications -
State Qualifier** Jasmine Juarez - Fundamental Word Processing - State
Alternate Tabitha Flores – Graphic Design Production - State
Qualifier** Efrain Saldana - Computer Security - State Qualifier** Minh
Ly – Computer Modeling Eric Taylor - Advanced Interview Skills -State
Alternate Collisha Smith - Prepared Speech - State Alternate
Qualifiers are scheduled to attend the 2018 State Leadership Conference, February 28 – March 2nd in Corpus Christi, TX. State Alternates have the opportunity to attend the State Leadership Conference pending: the attendance of all or ability to fundraise to cover their travel fees.
Over the years, students of Business Professionals of America at MNTHS, a student-led organization that challenges students on workplace skills have competed in numerous events as individuals and on teams.
Digital_Media_Production_2013 was created by Francisco Martinez (MNTHS 2010-2013) as an individual event. This event required him to create a video under 2 minutes to promote the following year's National Competition in Indianapolis. Francisco placed 3rd at the state level with this video.
Video Production: Mileena Cordero directed the movie entitled "H20" in her team event, and their task was to educate other's on the importance of staying hydrated.
Broadcast News Production: Oscar Perez, Bobby Do, and Alexandria Procell created a mock news cast. The team choose current events to cover both locally and globally.
Computer Animation: Jorge Flores lead his team in his event in which they had to create a "race car of the future" in honor of the National Competition's location in Indianapolis. They utilized Blender to create their animation.
All projects are attached below for viewing. Enjoy!