Mazama Student is Top 20 in Nation in Impromptu Speaking

Gabe Moran of Mazama High School placed in the top 20 in the nation in impromptu speaking at the Future Business Leaders of American’s National Leadership Conference last week in San Antonio, Texas.

Moran was among 26 students from Mazama, Lost River, Bonanza, and Gilchrist who qualified to compete at the national conference, which ran from June 27 to July 3.

To qualify, students had to score in the top four in their divisions at the state FBLA competition this past spring.
The national FBLA competition featured 15,000 students from across the U.S. FBLA is a national organization designed to teach students business practices, college and career preparation techniques, business communication, and networking skills.

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