Southwestern SIFE Wins Regional Competition

Southwestern SIFE Wins Regional Competition

Southwestern Adventist University’s Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) team has won its regional championship. The announcement came from Dr. Jerry Chi, chair of the business administration department following the championship at the Dallas Hilton Hotel on Friday, March 18. This is the eleventh time that Southwestern’s SIFE team has won the regional championship.

“Many companies have known our University for years and showed their sincere and warm greetings toward our business students,” says Chi. “I hope that all Southwestern students can join the SIFE team in order to do community service projects and practice Christian servant leadership skills.”

This year’s SIFE team is sponsored by Karen Senecal.

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