Keystone College representatives finish sixth in national business competition


Keystone 2016 graduates William Chylak, of Throop, and Tyler Gilroy, of Scott Township, along with senior Michael Karwaski, of Scott Township, competed as a team to finish sixth in the nation in the business decision making competition sponsored by Phi Beta Lambda, the college division of the Future Business Leaders of America. Earlier this summer, they finished second in the state, squaring off against hundreds of other entrants. The two top finishers in each business category advanced to the national finals in Atlanta. Chylak and Gilroy will be pursuing graduate degrees this fall and Karwaski will enter his senior year as an accounting major. From left, first row Frances Langan, dean, School of Professional Studies; Karen Yarrish, vice president for academic affairs and Dana Harris, business professor. Second row, Karwaski, Chylak and Gilroy.

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