Edmonds CC students to resolve real-life scenarios in Ethics Challenge
Twenty-five Edmonds College students from various academic programs will compete in an Ethics Challenge sponsored by the college’s Business Management program and Workforce Development and Training, in partnership with The Boeing Company.
The competition — free and open to the public — will be 1:30-3:45 p.m., Thurs., Nov. 20 in the college's Black Box Theatre on campus, 20000 68th Ave. W, Lynnwood. The event will have door prizes.
In the competition, five teams of five students will discuss ethics strategies through two rounds of live scenarios. Each team — using teamwork, communication, and critical thinking skills — will be given seven minutes to discuss its given scenario and three minutes to present solutions.
Both Edmonds CC and Boeing will supply the judges. Students to participate — all who had ethics lessons this fall quarter — are:
- Accounting: Sergey Ptachik, Marcus Lynch, Chia-Hsuan Shih, Dan Zahlmann, Shu Su.
- Business Information Technology: Debbie Ryden, Mika Rozenberg, Maria Smith, Herman Velasco, Marcus Martinez.
- Business Management: Michael DiGiovanni, Gabriel Ludlum, Leah Carter, Simon Yabowerk Haile, Christian Clarete.
- Hospitality and Tourism: Benjamin Kong, Tyler Long, Nancy Travis, Abdirazaq Abdulla, Chris Dresnek.
- Paralegal: Carrie Lim, Joe McArdle, Tony Hart, Anne Mulholland, Crystal Edwards Neal.
All participants have been invited to tour Boeing in Everett on Dec. 5.