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BC students leave weekly devotional at Assembly Hall on Temple Square. 

19May

Create Your Taste a savory challenge for LDSBC students

Written by Jacqueline Crane , Posted in News

Create Your Taste a savory challenge for LDSBC students

Many have heard about McDonald’s “Create Your Taste” (CYT) sandwich and even tried it at select locations. But this spring a new CYT brand will launch in McDonald’s locations throughout Utah. The brand—under wraps until it is announced by McDonalds—is a result of the partnership between LDS Business College business management students and McDonald’s franchise owner Matt Young.

12May

Touched by the Spirit

Posted in Student Stories, Alumni Stories

California student Neal Hooper discovers how to learn the Lord’s way. His education at LDS Business College landed him a relevant internship in the community.

05May

Alejandra sees success

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Student Stories

Alejandra sees success

Every time Alejandra Martinez Hernandez tried to attend college and obtain an education, she fell short. She studied special education. She tried to become a singer. “Unfortunately, I always quit when I couldn’t handle it,” she shared.

 

02May

LDSBC students shine at major DECA conference

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in News

LDSBC students shine at major DECA conference

After dominating with 26 awards at the DECA Utah State Competition, the LDS Business College DECA chapter traveled to Anaheim, California, for the DECA International Career Development Conference.

The contests during the international competition were fierce, as LDSBC DECA students competed with DECA students from 250 universities, including schools in Canada, Puerto Rico and China. Seventy percent of the institutions represented were four-year universities.

28Apr

Rosa serves and motivates through DECA

Written by Kathy Grajales, Posted in Student Stories

Rosa serves and motivates through DECA

Rosa Pinto first learned about LDS Business College and its many opportunities in 2014, when she completed her mission to Los Angeles, California. After a short visit to her home in Amatitlán, Guatemala, she headed to Salt Lake City to study Business Management at the College. She soon realized how helpful adding Global Supply Chain would be to her career path.

18Apr

School gives Matt a new outlook

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Student Stories

School gives Matt a new outlook

Fresh off his mission to Mexico, Matt Everett found himself unsure what to do next. “I saw that LDS Business College offered a mid-semester scholarship for returned missionaries to take nine credits and I immediately signed up,” he said.

13Apr

LDSBC DOMINATES AT STATE DECA COMPETITION

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in News

LDSBC DOMINATES AT STATE DECA COMPETITION

After a challenging state competition held at Weber State University, the DECA chapter at LDS Business College will compete in the national DECA competition held April 18–22, 2017 in Anaheim, California. During the state competition, LDSBC students competed with DECA students from all over Utah. Students from four-year universities were included.

10Apr

Kasandra savors blessings after numerous setbacks

Written by Howard M. Collett, Posted in Student Stories

 Kasandra savors blessings after numerous setbacks

Kasandra Matus always wanted to be an international student. She yearned to learn from people with different backgrounds and cultures. She hoped to accomplish great things with her life. To her delight, when she was 14 a relative invited her to spend the summer in New Mexico. There, Kasandra’s desire to attend college in the USA grew stronger.

03Apr

Legacy of a President

Written by Howard M. Collett, Posted in News

Legacy of a President

President J. Lawrence Richards will complete his term of office on April 14, 2017. I’ve had the opportunity to associate with him since he took office eight years ago. Two things stand out about this great man: his love for Jesus Christ and his love for the youth of the Church.

 

24Mar

Liahona finds her chosen path

Written by Jana Lillie, Posted in Student Stories

Liahona finds her chosen path

Like Lehi and his family in the Book of Mormon, Liahona Ficquet moved around a lot. Born and raised in France, she was named after the tool used as a compass, but it took time to find her path. Her father was a woodworker, and the family moved several times to find work. “I thought it was fun to move around,” she said. “Changing schools was hard, but if I did not like my experience at one I could have a fresh start at another.”

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