PBL Seeks Help to Provide Guidance to High School Students

Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) is the career preparation organization on-campus. Every year, thousands of high school students decide to spend their winter break preparing career-related projects within their Career & Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs). This year, the Truman PBL chapter has agreed to help one of those CTSOs by providing feedback on graphic design and publication design projects to ensure these young leaders are career-ready.

PBL is asking the campus if they would like to assist too. The event will take place from 5-9 p.m. Jan. 17 in Violette Hall 1432. Grading will be done digitally. There is limited computer space, so interested participants are encouraged to email pbltruman@gmail.com. Questions or concerns can be directed to Taylor N. Libbert, PBL president, at the same email address.

Additionally, a light meal (probably pizza) will be provided for volunteers. For updates, check out the Facebook event.
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