Latest News2021-06-06T02:05:55+00:00

Emerging Leaders Get the Edge!

July 22nd, 2022|

From July 8th to July 10th, the Oregon DECA state officers attended the Emerging Leaders Summit in Salt Lake City, Utah. At this conference, they participated in workshops, attended lectures, participated in activities, and connected with other DECA leaders from around the continent. They had a great time developing their leadership skills and learning from other DECA officers! They can’t wait [...]

State Officers Attend CTSO Retreat

June 9th, 2022|

On May 13th and 14th, our incoming officers attended a 2-day training in Portland with CTSO state officers from FBLA, FCCLA, HOSA and SkillsUSA. At this retreat, they began their journey as leaders of DECA by bonding, team building, and beginning their Program of Work, as well as participating in many other activities. The team is excited for next school year [...]

Oregon DECA Attends In-Person ICDC!

June 9th, 2022|

From April 22-26, 158 student DECA members from Oregon participated in the 2022 ICDC in Atlanta, GA. Students competed or attended leadership workshops. In their downtime, they went to Six Flags, the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca Cola, and numerous other sites. Students and advisors alike had a great time and took full advantage of the opportunity to network in-person again! [...]

Case Study Challenge Week 3

May 27th, 2021|

This week's Case Study Challenge will be on Restaurant Management. This week's case study is for individual participants only. Student members will register themselves using the link below. Register Here: http://leadable.info/ORDECACSC Guidelines Possible Performance Indicators this week: Build and maintain relationships with customers (CR:030) (SP) (Tier 1, Customer Relations) Discuss the nature of customer relationship management (CR:016) (SP) (Tier 1, Customer Relations) Explain the [...]

Volunteer To Judge

May 27th, 2021|

Do you have time to assist students with their career goals? DECA students need your help as a competitive events judge at the State Career Development Conference. Judging competitive events requires as little as a half-day time commitment, and you'll be assisting high school students as they work toward successful careers. These students have worked all year to prepare for their [...]

Go to Top