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    We Want to Visit You!

    As you wind down your year, many chapters are wrapping up elections for 2017-2018 as well as saying goodbye to seniors. We want to visit you during any of these special moments! Chapter visits are an exciting time for members and state officers to meet each other and have some fun.   Read More...

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    ICDC Recap

    Coming from the rainy and cloudy state of Oregon, the sunny paradise of Anaheim, California was a welcomed change and huge relief. The 2017 International Career Development Conference (ICDC) was held from the 25th to the 29th of April in Anaheim. There, students from across the world came to compete on the international level.   Read More...

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    Oregon DECA Hits Salem!

    Two Oregon DECA state officers, Brian Josephson and Patrick Davis, were given the opportunity to represent Oregon DECA at our state capitol alongside other student leaders from other career and technical student organizations early this February. While at the capitol, the two of them met with your state legislators to advocate for DECA and its cause.On the first day, Brian and Patrick met with the other students and they discussed the topics that they would be advocating for while present at the...  Read More...

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    Visiting Crater High School

    Brian JosephsonDistrict III Vice PresidentRecently, the Oregon DECA District III Vice President and the Vice President of Communications visited Crater High School. This exciting opportunity let state officers connect with a local chapter. During the visit, Brian Josephson and Dhru Patel presented the Presentation, “Embracing Your Opportunities With Iron Man.” This presentation went over how to use the tools at your disposal to become a better leader within your organization.   Read More...

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    The Future of a DECA Student Starts Here

    by Patrick Davis, District II VPA student based enterprise, SBE, is an entrepreneurial operation in a school setting that providesgoods/services to meet the needs of the market. In order to function, students are in charge ofoperating their school’s SBE. Operating a SBE gives students many great opportunities.   Read More...

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