SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Evangel University Enactus team (formerly known as SIFE, Students in Free Enterprise) won first runner-up at the regional competition in Rogers, Ark., during the spring semester.
The regional competition is a showcase of how students are transforming lives and enabling progress through entrepreneurial action. The team had 17 minutes to present a year of activities followed by six minutes of questions from the judges.
“The students answered with details because they actually designed, implemented, judged the results, and wrote their own projects,” said Elizabeth Fletcher, Enactus faculty advisor. “They represented themselves and Evangel with excellence.”
Their projects included: SIG, Redemptive Recycling, Let’s Can Hunger, Feet That Move, Samoa SORTS and the Northern Asia International Business Study Trip.
During their trip, the students also had opportunity to meet with past EU SIFE/PBL president Chase Tacker. He serves as senior manager, corporate finance, at the Wal-Mart corporate offices in Bentonville, Ark.
A tour of Crystal Bridges Museum in Bentonville and additional networking opportunities during a luncheon with business executives rounded out the experience for the students.
For additional information, contact Elizabeth Fletcher at (417) 865-2811, ext. 8112.
PHOTO: The Enactus team from Evangel University met with success this spring, winning first runner-up in the regional competition.
Front Row–Sapphire Fitzgerald, senior accounting major; Joshua Whitaker, junior marketing major; Leticia Alvarado-Lopez, sophomore marketing major; Areli Garcia, sophomore digital arts major; Danna Lunday, junior nonprofit business & social enterprise major; Daylea DuVall, sophomore accounting major; Grace LaPoint, junior marketing major; Rachel Lewis, junior business education major; Christopher Harness, sophomore computer information systems major.
Back Row–Brandon Hoffman, senior finance major; Natalie Nordstrom, senior marketing major; Yesenia Gallegos, senior marketing major; Briana Barton, junior management major; Caleb Merrell, junior accounting major; Bobbie McDaniel, junior nonprofit business & social enterprise major; William Studioso, junior management major.