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    Explaining DECA this Holiday Season

    By: Joni Castillo- District I Vice PresidentYou’re sitting at the Thanksgiving Dinner table with all of your loved ones having a good time when suddenly, you find yourself talking about school. You try to quickly change the subject off of your grades, or love interests, and explain that you are in DECA this year. The next thing that Grandma ask is, “Oh honey, what’s a DECA?   Read More...

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    4 Ways Being a Chapter Officer Prepares You for State Office

    By: Brian Josephson – District III Vice PresidentBeing an Association Officer for DECA can be a life-changing experience. As an officer you have the opportunity to learn leadership from some of the best trainers in the country. You have chance to travel, network, and improve your skills in leadership, initiative, problem seeking, and creativity.   Read More...

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    Chapter Campaigns!

    It’s that time of year again, as each school starts to build their chapters and set forth on this epic year in DECA! Each year there are multiple campaigns that your chapter can participate in. These campaigns include: the Membership campaign, Global Entrepreneurship Campaign, Promotional Campaign, Community Service Campaign, and the Advocacy Campaign.For the Membership campaign your chapter will need to have 20 more students than last year, 20 alumni, or 20 professional members.   Read More...

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    DECA Competitive Events: 101

    Deciding on what event to do is probably one of the hardest and the most important decisions to make throughout the year as a DECA member. There are a lot of different events to choose from, from role plays to written events. All of the events offer their own unique experience.   Read More...

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    Business Spotlight: Nibbley's

    This months spotlight will highlight and celebrate a local business that is a proud supporter of a local Oregon DECA chapter! Nibbley’s cafe located in Klamath Falls has been supporting Klamath Union DECA for a few years now. The idea for the restaurant started in 1998 by owner Debra Caldwell and it is now a popular and well liked place to eat in Klamath Falls.   Read More...

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