Bragbook for Nov. 30

Three Georgia residents were among the five students on the Georgia Southern University Sales Team who landed jobs with AT&T after competing at the first-ever AT&T B2B Sales Program National Sales Competition Oct. 18-20 in Dallas. Although the team did not win the competition, Layla Enayati and David Stulack of Woodstock and Katherine Reece of Bethlehem scored a job opportunity with AT&T through a summer internship or B2B Sales Development Program.

Six Georgia residents were among the 12 students who were awarded poultry science scholarships recently at the University of North Georgia, supported by donations from area poultry companies: Savannah Butler of Auburn, Taylor Casper of Bogart, John Grier of Lula, Jessie Harrison of Grayson, Taylor Phillips of Cumming and Tyler Wade of Canton.

Bob Jones University senior computer science major Samuel Henry of McDonough placed first in the annual programming contest at the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges Southeastern Region conference held Saturday, Nov. 3, at Roanoke College in Salem, Virginia.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute student-athlete Zac Montrief of Suwanee and Mountain View High School has been chosen for a year-end award in football by the Liberty League.