Phi Beta Lambda

Phi Beta Lambda

PBL Officers 2016-17

Front: Leah Ferguson, Vice-President; Sarah Wooden, President

Back: Jesse Meadows, Secretary; Morgan Jones Treasurer; Tiffany Davis, Webmaster

Active participation in student organizations related to professional career objective is considered a valuable learning experience for students majoring in Information Technology Services and other business or business related majors at MSU. Sponsored by the Department of Instructional Systems and Workforce Development, Phi Beta Lambda is the national student organization for collegiate/post-secondary students pursuing a business or business-related career. Students participating in Phi Beta Lambda are:

  • Bringing business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.
  • Gaining a competitive edge through career exploration, networking with business leaders, and self-improvement, community service, and travel opportunities.

The Nu Phi chapter of Phi Beta Lambda was established in 1967 at Mississippi State University and is sponsored by the Department of Instructional Systems and Workforce Development. Since its beginning, the Nu Phi chapter boasts many winners in state and national competitive events and the election of many state officers. Most importantly, they are prepared to be competent, aggressive business leaders.

For more information, contact:
Ms. Vicki Keel at VKeel@colled.msstate.edu or 662.325.7253.