CLINTON — Area students recently attended a national leadership conference in Nashville, Tennessee.
Five members of the Clinton High School Future Business Leaders of America and 12 Phi Beta Lambda members from Ashford University attended the National Leadership Conference in Nashville.
More than 10,000 high school and college students attended the conference, where students can participate in workshops and also compete for honors.
Clinton High School student Rohan Aggarwal, current vice president of the North-Central region and Iowa president of FBLA, was a finalist for the office of national president.
Ashford students earning honors in the FBLA-PBL conference included: Alexander Richie, St. Louis, Mo., and Andrew Filler, Oakville, Ontario, second place in Management Analysis and Decision Making; Scott Madsen, Charlotte, Iowa, third place in Cost Accounting; Izaak Williams, Lake Ozark, Mo., ninth place in Business Law; Scott Madsen, ninth place in Client Services.
The awards were part of a comprehensive national competitive events program that rewards excellence in a broad range of business and career-related areas.