6 April 2007
JSU SIFE Team Named 1st Runner-Up
in SIFE USA Regional Competition
Jacksonville State Universityís SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise) Team
was named 1st Runner Up in the SIFE USA Regional Competition held April 5, 2007, in Atlanta, GA. The event is one of 17
SIFE USA Regional Competitions being held across the United States in March and April.
After presenting a report of their year-long community outreach projects to a panel of business leaders in Atlanta, the JSU
SIFE team was named 1st Runner Up in the overall competition. The SIFE team members participating in the competition were
Bryan Rozier, Michelle Weber, Jennifer Thomas, Melissa Price, Lamar Bradford, Shana Wilburn and Cana Motley. Dr. Rob Landry
is JSUís SIFE team faculty advisor.
SIFE is an international, non-profit organization active on more than 1,400 university campuses in 48 countries. SIFE teams
create economic opportunities in their communities by organizing outreach projects that teach: market economics,
entrepreneurship, personal financial success skills, and business ethics. Their projects are judged at competition on
creativity, innovation, and effectiveness.
During this academic year, the Jacksonville State University SIFE team organized four projects in the Calhoun County community,
including Bizworld which teaches elementary children the basic functions of business. The students made friendship bracelets
and sold their products to children in other classes. They were in charge of manufacturing, financing, marketing, and selling
The SIFE team is recruiting members for next year. Please contact any current SIFE team member, or Dr. Landry at 256-782-8419
or email@example.com. Membership is open to all majors, and academic credit may be earned
for some majors.
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