SLC CMAP member achievement recognition

The 48th Annual State Leadership Conference of Arizona Phi Beta Lambda will be held on Friday and Saturday, April 13 – 14. During Saturday’s opening session we will recognize all of the 2017-18 CMAP pin winners.Make sure that you are there and help us celebrate our fellow PBL members achievements.

The Career and Membership Achievement Program (CMAP) is a comprehensive leadership and membership recognition program for college students. It utilizes PBL projects, goals, and programs to help college students develop their leadership and job skills, with a special emphasis on career development and preparation for the world of work.

Members work independently through three integrated levels of CMAP: In 2015 Arizona Phi Beta Lambda began focusing on CMAP throughout the state.I believe we have turned the corner in Arizona.This is a great example of FBLA-PBL’s new mission statement.

“FBLA-PBL inspires and prepares students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences.”

Director Level
2010-11 Alexandria Duran – Eastern Arizona
2013-14 Jerman Carrera – Phoenix College
2015-16 Erika Pena -NAU EC
2015-16 Mark Creech – NAU EC
2016-17 Scott Chilleen -NAU EC
2016-17 Katie Daley- Central Arizona College
2016-17 Branden Mak – Arizona State University
2016-17 Alma Murillo – Central Arizona College
2017-18 Josephine Vidal- Central Arizona College
2017-18 Giulia Paulet-Northern Arizona University
2017-18 Hayden Brinkerhoff- Central Arizona College
2017-18 Doritza Davila -Phoenix College
Executive Level
2015-16 Mark Creech – NAU EC
2016-17 Scott Chilleen- NAU EC
2016-17 Katie Daley -Central Arizona College
2017-18 Josephine Vidal – Central Arizona College
President Level
2016-17 Mark Creech – Central Arizona College
2017-18 Katie Daley – Central Arizona College

 CMAP Director CMAP EXEC CMAP President

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