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INTERNATIONAL

CAREER DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE

ANAHEIM APRIL 26-29, 2017 #DECAICDC


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CONFERENCE OVERVIEW + AGENDA Greetings from the Executive Director Greetings from the Executive Officer Team Connect with #DECAICDC Overview Agenda Grand Opening Sessions Achievement Awards Session Grand Awards Session

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CONFERENCE ACTIVITIES Competitive Events Election Sessions Emerging Leader Series Advisor Academy

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CONFERENCE INFORMATION Conference Maps General Sessions Seating Chart Dress Code and Code of Conduct Conference Transportation Volunteers

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PARTNERS National Advisory Board Years of Service Individual Donors Partners for Excellence Congressional Advisory Board Exhibitors Approved Vendors

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RECOGNITIONS

INTERNATIONAL

CAREER DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE

Thrive Level Campaign Winners Certified School-based Enterprises Video Challenge Winners Outstanding Service Awards

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LOOKING AHEAD Theme Campaigns Conferences


GREETINGS FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Welcome to the 2017 DECA International Career Development Conference in Anaheim, California!

PAUL A. WARDINSKI

EXECUTIVE DI RECTOR WELCOM E

@decapaw

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Over 19,000 DECA members, advisors and corporate partners have gathered in SoCal for the pinnacle event of the DECA year, and we could not be more excited to spend the next four days creating new connections, engaging in challenging new adventures and celebrating incredible achievements with each of you. This year, DECA challenged you to #OwnYourFuture, and you surpassed our expectations in every way. You participated in DECA’s Chapter Campaigns, created innovative new products in the DECA Idea Challenge, attended career pathway conferences, earned Gold-Level Certification for your School-based Enterprise, and conquered the competition to make it all the way to the international stage at #DECAICDC. While #DECAICDC is the most anticipated event of the year, the next four days you’ll spend in Anaheim will certainly go by faster than you ever expected. Be sure to take advantage of every opportunity DECA offers you this week, such as meeting incredible corporate partners, college and universities, and vendors in our exhibit hall, sharing your experiences on social media using #DECAICDC, and exploring the sports and entertainment and hospitality and tourism experiences that Southern California offers including Disneyland® and Universal Studios Hollywood®. Remember, just because you’ve made it to #DECAICDC doesn’t mean it’s time to stop owning your future! Every new connection you make and challenge you conquer here in Anaheim will bring you one step closer to achieving your dreams. Congratulations on making it to ICDC and get ready to #OwnYourFuture in Anaheim!


GREETINGS FROM YOUR EXECUTIVE OFFICERS The time has finally come! You’ve made it to DECA’s International Career Development Conference in Anaheim, California.

DONALD LECOMPTE

Making it to #DECAICDC shows your ability to shine as a competitor and emerging leader, but being here is only the first step. Now it’s time to network with industry leaders, dominate in your competitive event and soak up the lessons that will be shared in our Emerging Leader Series. If you take advantage of these learning opportunities, there is no doubt your #DECAICDC experience will last a lifetime!

PRESIDENT @deca_donald

During your time here, make sure to highlight your conference experiences and share your Southern California adventures on Twitter and Instagram by using #DECAICDC. With over 19,000 members, advisors, business partners and alumni in attendance, there’s no better outlet than social media to share all that you’re learning while also having fun!

WESTERN REGION VICE PRESIDENT @decavprohan

The stage is set and #DECAICDC is about to begin, so now is your time to #OwnYourFuture!

BRANDON ALLEN

CENTRAL REGION VICE PRESIDENT @decavpbrandon

ROHAN GHIYA

VICTORIA MENG

SOUTHERN REGION VICE PRESIDENT @decavpvictoria

EMILY FRASER

NORTH ATLANTIC REGION VICE PRESIDENT @decavpemily

EXECUTIVE OFF ICER WELCOME

This school year has been your time to #OwnYourFuture, and it’s evident that you have done just that. Congratulations to you for your hard work and accomplishments that have led you to participate in this year’s #DECAICDC!

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#DECAICDC SOCIAL MEDIA FIND US @DECAINC

Share your conference experience with 19,000 DECA members, advisors and business partners by using #DECAICDC in all your tweets, photos, posts, snaps, videos and more!

GET THE APP

Download the official DECA Inc. conference app and get the 2017 DECA ICDC Guide at bit.ly/decaicdcapp17. With this app, you’ll be able to get instant conference notifications, create your own agenda, find and connect with exhibitors, meet conference speakers and join the #DECAICDC conversation on social media. Plus, having the app means you’ll be the first to know the #DECAICDC finalists on Saturday morning!

DON’T BE THE LAST TO KNOW

This year’s An@heimLive Social Media Team will be sharing every aspect of the #DECAICDC experience on social media and on decadirect.org. Don’t miss out on a single Instagram post, Snapchat story or tweet! Go to decadirect.org to meet this year’s social media team, connect with them on social media and check out their stories all week long.

ICDC NEWS IN YOUR INBOX

Want the top conference stories without having to search online? Then sign up to receive #DECAICDC Special Edition emails! You’ll get the top stories of the day, important updates and find out what activities are happening next, all in your inbox each day. Sign up now at decadirect.org or email communications@deca.org to get added to the list.

KEEP THE #DECAICDC CONNECTIONS GOING

Your #DECAICDC connections don’t have to end once the conference is over. Keep them going by joining the DECA Inc. LinkedIn Group at linkd.in/decainc. You’ll be instantly connected to a growing network of DECA members, alumni, advisors and business partners, ready to help you #OwnYourFuture!


INTERNATIONAL CAREER DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE The DECA International Career Development Conference (ICDC) is the culmination of the DECA year. More than 19,000 high school students, teacher-advisors, business professionals and alumni gather for several days of DECA excitement. DECA members demonstrate their college and career ready knowledge and skills by participating in DECA’s industry-validated Competitive Events Program, aligned with Career Clusters, National Curriculum Standards and 21st Century Skills in the areas of marketing, finance, hospitality, management and entrepreneurship. These members have qualified to attend based on superior performance at the district and association level. More than 1,000 business professionals serve as expert judges to evaluate DECA members’ mastery of these concepts. In addition, thousands of members participate in DECA’s Emerging Leader Series, which helps them attain 21st Century Skills in the areas of collaboration and teamwork, communication, critical thinking and problem solving and creativity. One highlight is the involvement of executive mentors who provide college and career advice. Thousands of DECA advisors and educators participate in administering DECA’s Competitive Events Program and Emerging Leader Series while also participating in professional learning activities.

CLASSROOM CONNECTION

DECA’s International Career Development Conference supports educational initiatives. •

Career Clusters®

National Curriculum Standards

21st Century Skills

Common Core State Standards

Project-based Learning

Personal Financial Literacy

The National Association of Secondary School Principals has placed this program on the NASSP National Advisory List of Contests and Activities for 2016-2017.


ANAHEIM | 2017

INTERNATIONAL CAREER DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE TUESDAY, APRIL 25 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM

REGISTRATION For Chartered Association Advisors

Hall B Foyer

12:00 PM – 9:00 PM

HEADQUARTERS + TOURS BOOTH

Hall B Foyer

12:00 PM – 9:00 PM

SHOP DECA (including blazer sales)

207

12:00 PM – 9:00 PM

DECA 5K RUN/WALK Pre-Registration

Hall B Foyer

6:00 PM

CHARTERED ASSOCIATION ADVISOR DINNER (by invitation only)

208A

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26 7:00 AM – 10:00 PM

HEADQUARTERS + TOURS BOOTH

Hall B Foyer

7:00 AM – 10:00 PM

SHOP DECA (including blazer sales)

207

7:30 AM

DECA 5K RUN/WALK

Angels Stadium

9:00 AM

OFFICER CANDIDATE ORIENTATION + INTERVIEWS

Hilton Anaheim Mezzanine 5/6

9:00 AM

DECA DAY AT DISNEY

9:30 AM

EVENT DIRECTORS’ + ASSISTANT EVENT DIRECTORS’ BRIEFING

See pages 13-34

1:00 PM – 5:00 PM

EXHIBIT + CAMPAIGN BOOTH SET-UP

Hall B

4:00 PM

PARADE OF CHARTERED ASSOCIATIONS REHEARSAL

Hall D

5:30 PM

EXECUTIVE MENTOR WELCOME (by invitation only)

7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

GRAND OPENING SESSION | CENTRAL + NORTH ATLANTIC REGIONS Fashion Show sponsored by FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising

Hall D

9:30 PM – 11:00 PM

GRAND OPENING SESSION | SOUTHERN + WESTERN REGIONS Fashion Show sponsored by FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising

Hall D

12:30 AM

CURFEW Chapters and chartered associations may set earlier curfew times.

CON FEREN CE OVERVI EW AGENDA

THURSDAY, APRIL 27

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7:00 AM – 4:30 PM

HEADQUARTERS + TOURS BOOTH

Hall B Foyer

7:00 AM – 4:30 PM

SHOP DECA (including blazer sales)

207

7:30 AM

VIRTUAL BUSINESS CHALLENGE BRIEFING (required)

210

8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

CAREER EXHIBITS + CAMPAIGN BOOTHS + DECA IMAGES (Advisors only from 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM)

Hall B

8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

EMERGING LEADER SERIES

Anaheim Marriott See page 34

8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

COMPETITIVE EVENT TESTING + BRIEFING

See pages 13-33

8:30 AM – 11:30 AM

SCHOOL-BASED ENTERPRISE ACADEMY | FOOD OPERATIONS Sponsored by Otis Spunkmeyer, an ARYZTA Brand

Anaheim Marriott See page 29

9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

ADVISOR ACADEMY (New and Developing Advisors) Sponsored by PepsiCo Chilled DSD

204 B See page 35

9:30 AM – 1:00 PM

EXECUTIVE MENTOR PROGRAM

Anaheim Marriott Elite Ballroom

12:00 PM

MDA LUNCHEON Sponsored by Muscular Dystrophy Association (by invitation only)

208 A

12:30 PM – 4:00 PM

SCHOOL-BASED ENTERPRISE ACADEMY | RETAIL OPERATIONS Sponsored by Otis Spunkmeyer, an ARYZTA Brand

Anaheim Marriott See page 29

4:00 PM

VOTING DELEGATES’ BRIEFING + CANDIDATE CAMPAIGN RALLIES

Anaheim Marriott See page 33

4:00 PM – 11:00 PM

DECA PARTY AT UNIVERSAL STUDIOS HOLLYWOOD (Advance ticket purchase required) Last buses depart Universal Studios at 11:00 PM.

12:30 AM

CURFEW Chapters and chartered associations may set earlier curfew times.


FRIDAY, APRIL 28 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM

HEADQUARTERS + TOURS

Hall B Foyer

7:00 AM – 7:00 PM

SHOP DECA (including blazer sales)

207

7:30 AM

JUDGES’ ORIENTATION

210 + 213

8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

CAREER EXHIBITS + CAMPAIGN BOOTHS + DECA IMAGES

Hall B

8:00 AM – 7:00 PM

COMPETITIVE EVENT PRELIMINARY COMPETITION

Halls A + C

8:30 AM – 10:30 AM

JOHNSON & WALES SCHOLARSHIP AWARD BREAKFAST Sponsored by Johnson & Wales University (by invitation only)

209 B

8:30 AM – 3:30 PM

EMERGING LEADER SERIES

Anaheim Marriott See page 34

9:00 AM – 2:00 PM

ADMINISTRATOR DAY

208

9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

ADVISOR ACADEMY (New and Developing Advisors) Sponsored by PepsiCo Chilled DSD

204 B See page 35

NOON – 1:30 PM

CHARTERED ASSOCIATION OFFICER/ADVISOR LUNCHEON Sponsored by U.S. Army (by invitation only)

210

12:30 PM

JUDGES’ ORIENTATION

213

2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

LEADERSHIP RECOGNITION (by invitation only)

209 A

3:30 PM – 4:30 PM

COMPETITIVE EVENTS UPDATE WORKSHOP (Advisors only)

210

12:30 AM

CURFEW Chapters and chartered associations may set earlier curfew times.

7:30 AM – 10:30 AM

JUDGES’ ORIENTATION

210

7:30 AM – 6:00 PM

HEADQUARTERS + TOURS

Hall B Foyer

7:30 AM – 6:00 PM

SHOP DECA + YARD SALE

207

8:00 AM

ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS SESSION

Hall D

8:30 AM – 6:00 PM

FINALIST T-SHIRT + RECOGNITION ITEMS

Hall B Foyer

8:30 AM – 6:00 PM

COMPETITIVE EVENT FINAL COMPETITION

Hall C

11:30 AM

BUSINESS + ELECTION SESSION

Anaheim Marriott Platinum 6-10

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

WRITTEN REPORT + CERTIFICATE RETURN (Chartered Association Advisor or designee only)

206 B

7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

SCHOLARSHIP + NATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD RECEPTION Sponsored by National Advisory Board Partners (by invitation only)

210

8:30 PM

GRAND AWARDS SESSION

Hall D

12:30 AM

CURFEW Chapters and chartered associations may set earlier curfew times.

SUNDAY, APRIL 30 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

NEW EXECUTIVE OFFICER ORIENTATION

Hilton Anaheim Mezzanine 6

EVENTS WILL BE HELD IN THE ANAHEIM CONVENTION CENTER UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.

CON FEREN CE OVERVI EW AGENDA

SATURDAY, APRIL 29

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WEDNESDAY 7:00 PM CENTRAL + NORTH ATLANTIC REGIONS 9:30 PM SOUTHERN + WESTERN REGIONS

GRAND OPENING SESSIONS HALL D

DECA’s Grand Opening Session kicks off #DECAICDC with excitement and anticipation of the competition and leadership development that awaits our emerging leaders and entrepreneurs. The Grand Opening Session led by your 2016-2017 Executive Officer Team will feature the annual parade of chartered associations, recognition of the top three Muscular Dystrophy Association fundraising chapters and the exciting components below.

STREAMING LIVE DECA.ORG/ICDC

MONIQUE MORROW

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FASHION SHOW

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION

FIDM’s annual DEBUT Fashion Show features designs by graduating students in FIDM’s fashion design and theatre costume design advanced study programs, as well as work from interior design, digital media, and textile design students. This year’s show promises to be full of fun, fashion and style you won’t want to miss!

Monique Morrow is a Chief Technology Strategist, most recently serving as the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for Cisco Systems. Recognized as one of the most influential technology leaders worldwide, Monique has earned numerous honors including Top 100 CIOs for 2016. She was also honored as Business Worldwide Magazine’s 2016 Visionary of the Year (Technology, Social Change and Ethics) and 2016 Social Media Champion of the Year.


NO ASSIGNED SEATING Times shown for the Achievement Awards Session are approximate. The awards may run faster or slower than the schedule shows. Do not wait until the last minute to arrive in Hall D at the Anaheim Convention Center.

8:00 AM

8:30 AM

Business Law and Ethics Team Decision Making Buying and Merchandising Team Decision Making Financial Services Team Decision Making Hospitality Services Team Decision Making Marketing Management Team Decision Making Sports and Entertainment Marketing Team Decision Making Travel and Tourism Team Decision Making Accounting Applications Series Apparel and Accessories Marketing Series Automotive Services Marketing Series Business Finance Series Business Services Marketing Series Food Marketing Series Hotel and Lodging Management Series Human Resources Management Series Marketing Communications Series Quick Serve Restaurant Management Series Restaurant and Food Service Management Series Retail Merchandising Series Sports and Entertainment Marketing Series

9:45 AM

Personal Financial Literacy Principles of Business Management and Administration Principles of Finance Principles of Hospitality and Tourism Principles of Marketing School-based Enterprise—Food Service Operations School-based Enterprise—Retail Operations

10:15 AM

Financial Consulting Hospitality and Tourism Professional Selling Professional Selling Advertising Campaign Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan Sports and Entertainment Promotion Plan

10:45 AM

Stock Market Game Innovation Plan Start-Up Business Plan Business Growth Plan Franchise Business Plan Independent Business Plan International Business Plan Community Service Project Creative Marketing Project Entrepreneurship Promotion Project Financial Literacy Promotion Project Learn and Earn Project Public Relations Project Business Services Operations Research Buying and Merchandising Operations Research Finance Operations Research Hospitality and Tourism Operations Research Sports and Entertainment Marketing Operations Research

SATURDAY 8:00 AM

ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS SESSION HALL D

DECA’s Achievement Awards Session recognizes top performers in preliminary competition of DECA’s Competitive Events Program. Silver-ribbon medallions are awarded to top performers in the presentation and on the career cluster exam. Blue-ribbon medallions are awarded to the overall competitive event finalists who will compete in the final round of competition. ALL BLUE-RIBBON MEDALLION FINALISTS SHOULD IMMEDIATELY REPORT TO HALL D FOYER TO VERIFY THEIR COMPETITION TIME.

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SATURDAY

8:30 PM

Announcement of the Incoming Executive Officer Team Advisor 40, 45 and 50 Years of Service Recognition Outstanding Service Award DECA Video Challenges Scholarship and NAB Recognition

9:00 PM

DECA Hotel Challenge Virtual Business Challenge—Accounting Virtual Business Challenge—Personal Finance Virtual Business Challenge—Restaurant Virtual Business Challenge—Retail Virtual Business Challenge—Sports School-based Enterprise—Food Service Operations School-based Enterprise—Retail Operations Hospitality Services Team Decision Making Sports and Entertainment Marketing Team Decision Making Accounting Applications Series Apparel and Accessories Marketing Series Automotive Services Marketing Series Hotel and Lodging Management Series Marketing Communications Series Quick Serve Restaurant Management Series Restaurant and Food Service Management Series Retail Merchandising Series Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan Franchise Business Plan International Business Plan Community Service Project Creative Marketing Project Personal Financial Literacy Principles of Business Management and Administration Principles of Hospitality and Tourism Principles of Marketing Principles of Finance Buying and Merchandising Operations Research Hospitality and Tourism Operations Research Sports and Entertainment Marketing Operations Research Business Services Operations Research Finance Operations Research

9:45 PM

Business Finance Series Business Services Marketing Series Food Marketing Series Human Resources Management Series Sports and Entertainment Marketing Series Advertising Campaign Sports and Entertainment Promotion Plan Financial Consulting Hospitality and Tourism Professional Selling Professional Selling Business Growth Plan Independent Business Plan Innovation Plan Start-Up Business Plan Entrepreneurship Promotion Project Financial Literacy Promotion Project Learn and Earn Project Public Relations Project Stock Market Game Business Law and Ethics Team Decision Making Buying and Merchandising Team Decision Making Financial Series Team Decision Making Marketing Management Team Decision Making Travel and Tourism Team Decision Making

8:30 PM

GRAND AWARDS SESSION HALL D

DECA’s Grand Awards Session is full of energy and aspirations as hundreds of DECA competitive events finalists wait to hear their name called as a top 10 winner in hopes of then earning the title of international champion. In addition to naming our highest performers in DECA’s Competitive Events Program, DECA’s scholarship recipients are recognized and the announcement of the incoming executive officer team is made. The Grand Awards Session is the pinnacle of recognition for an academic year of preparing to be college and career ready.

STREAMING LIVE DECA.ORG/ICDC NO ASSIGNED SEATING Times shown for the Grand Awards Session are approximate. The awards may run faster or slower than the schedule shows. Do not wait until the last minute to arrive in Hall D at the Anaheim Convention Center.

SCHOLARSHIP PROVIDERS DECA is grateful to the following National Advisory Board companies and supporters for providing more than $300,000 in scholarships to DECA student members and advisors.

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Association of International Certified Professional Accountants ARYZTA (Otis Spunkmeyer, Inc.) Bob Foehlinger Memorial Central Region DECA Chipotle Mexican Grill DECA Inc. DECA Legacy of Leadership Ed Fleming Memorial Edward L. Davis Franchise Education & Research Foundation (Don DeBolt) Hilton Worldwide J. Willard & Alice S. Marriott Foundation Johnson & Wales University Journeys Larry Lorenzi Memorial Leonard Pokladnik Memorial

M&M Productions USA Marriott International, Inc. National Automotive Parts Association (NAPA) National Society of High School Scholars National Technical Honor Society NFIB Young Entrepreneur North Atlantic Region DECA Pat DiPlacido Memorial PDC Productions PepsiCo Chilled DSD Publix Super Markets, Inc. Sonya Dismuke Memorial Southern Region DECA Walgreens Western Region DECA


CONFERENCE ACTIVITIES


WEDNESDAY 7:30 AM

ANGELS STADIUM

The DECA 5K is an annual community service conference activity that benefits the Muscular Dystrophy Association and DECA’s scholarship fund. THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS

Anaheim Portofino Inn & Suites, Chipotle, DECA Images, Hyatt Regency Anaheim, Intuit, Johnson & Wales University, Lead2Feed, Marriott International, Inc. Muscular Dystrophy Association, National Apartment Association Education Institute, National Student Leadership Conference Otis Spunkmeyer, Inc. an ARYZTA Brand, PepsiCo Chilled, Residence Inn Anaheim, SparklingICE, Springhill Suites Anaheim, Suffolk University UNCG-Bryan School of Business & Economics, US Army, Vector Marketing, Walgreens


9:30 AM

211 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

THURSDAY

206 A Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

7:00 AM

8:00 AM

2:00 PM

8:00 AM

9:30 AM

1:00 PM

7:30 AM

7:30 AM

Hall E Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hilton Anaheim California Ballroom Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

2:00 PM

Hilton Anaheim California Ballroom Participants’ Briefing + Testing + Manual Registration

9:30 AM

211 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

211 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

211 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

Hall C Preliminary Competition

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

10:00 AM

Hall A Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

ACCOUNTING APPLICATIONS SERIES

ACT

Hall C Final Competition

Hall C Event Director’s Briefing

9:30 AM

ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN

ADC

Hall C Event Assistants’ Briefing

10:30 AM

Hall C Final Competition

1:00 PM

8:00 AM

APPAREL AND ACCESSORIES MARKETING SERIES

2:00 PM

1:30 PM

9:30 AM

AAM

1:00 PM

7:00 AM

8:00 AM

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES MARKETING SERIES

2:00 PM

8:00 AM

9:30 AM

ASM

1:00 PM

1:00 PM

8:00 AM

BUSINESS FINANCE SERIES

2:00 PM

1:30 PM

9:30 AM

Hall E Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall E Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall E Participants’ Briefing + Testing

9:30 AM

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

1:00 PM

Hall E Participants’ Briefing + Testing

9:30 AM

SATURDAY

1:00 PM

Hall E Participants’ Briefing + Testing

9:30 AM

FRIDAY

Hall E Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall E Participants’ Briefing + Testing

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Final Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Final Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Final Competition

BFS

CON FEREN CE ACTI VITIES AGENDA

WEDNESDAY

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WEDNESDAY 9:30 AM

205 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

9:00 AM

7:30 AM

10:30 AM

11:40 AM

Hall D Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall D Participants’ Briefing + Manual Registration

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall A Preliminary Competition

SATURDAY 7:30 AM

BUSINESS GROWTH PLAN

11:00 AM

EBG

Hall C Event Director’s Briefing

Hall C Event Assistants’ Briefing

11:40 AM

9:30 AM

212 A Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

8:00 AM

7:00 AM

8:00 AM

BUSINESS LAW AND ETHICS TEAM DECISION MAKING

9:00 AM

8:00 AM

8:45 AM

BLTDM

1:00 PM

7:00 AM

8:00 AM

BUSINESS SERVICES MARKETING SERIES

2:00 PM

8:00 AM

9:30 AM

BSM

9:00 AM

7:30 AM

7:30 AM

BUSINESS SERVICES OPERATIONS RESEARCH

10:30 AM

11:40 AM

Hall E Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall E Participants’ Briefing + Testing

9:30 AM

211 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

Hall E Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall E Participants’ Briefing + Testing

9:30 AM

205 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

Hall D Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall D Participants’ Briefing + Manual Registration

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Preliminary Competition

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall A Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Final Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Final Competition

Hall C Event Director’s Briefing

11:00 AM

Hall C Event Assistants’ Briefing

BOR

11:40 AM

Hall C Final Competition

9:30 AM

205 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

9:00 AM

7:30 AM

10:30 AM

11:40 AM

Hall D Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall D Participants’ Briefing + Manual Registration

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall A Preliminary Competition

7:30 AM

Hall C Event Director’s Briefing

11:00 AM

Hall C Event Assistants’ Briefing

11:40 AM

Hall C Final Competition

BUYING AND MERCHANDISING OPERATIONS RESEARCH

BMOR

CON FEREN CE ACTI VITIES AGENDA

Hall C Final Competition

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WEDNESDAY 9:30 AM

212 A Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

THURSDAY

205 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

SATURDAY

8:00 AM

7:00 AM

8:00 AM

BUYING AND MERCHANDISING TEAM DECISION MAKING

9:00 AM

8:00 AM

8:45 AM

BTDM

9:00 AM

7:30 AM

7:30 AM

COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT

10:30 AM

11:40 AM

11:00 AM

CSP

Hall E Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall E Participants’ Briefing + Testing

9:30 AM

FRIDAY

Hall D Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall D Participants’ Briefing + Manual Registration

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Preliminary Competition

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall A Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Final Competition

Hall C Event Director’s Briefing

Hall C Event Assistants’ Briefing

11:40 AM

Hall C Final Competition

9:30 AM

205 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

9:00 AM

7:30 AM

10:30 AM

11:40 AM

Hall D Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall D Participants’ Briefing + Manual Registration

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall A Preliminary Competition

7:30 AM

CREATIVE MARKETING PROJECT

11:00 AM

CMP

Hall C Event Director’s Briefing

Hall C Event Assistants’ Briefing

11:40 AM

9:30 AM

205 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

9:00 AM

7:30 AM

10:30 AM

11:40 AM

Hall D Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall D Participants’ Briefing + Manual Registration

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall A Preliminary Competition

7:30 AM

ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROMOTION PROJECT

11:00 AM

EPP

Hall C Event Director’s Briefing

Hall C Event Assistants’ Briefing

11:40 AM

Hall C Final Competition

9:30 AM

206 A Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

1:00 PM

Hilton Anaheim California Ballroom Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

2:00 PM

Hilton Anaheim California Ballroom Participants’ Briefing + Testing + Manual Registration

7:30 AM

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

10:00 AM

Hall A Preliminary Competition

7:30 AM

Hall C Event Director’s Briefing

9:30 AM

Hall C Event Assistants’ Briefing

10:30 AM

Hall C Final Competition

FASHION MERCHANDISING PROMOTION PLAN

FMP

CON FEREN CE ACTI VITIES AGENDA

Hall C Final Competition

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WEDNESDAY 9:30 AM

205 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

9:00 AM

7:30 AM

10:30 AM

11:40 AM

Hall D Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall D Participants’ Briefing + Manual Registration

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall A Preliminary Competition

SATURDAY 7:30 AM

FINANCE OPERATIONS RESEARCH

11:00 AM

FOR

Hall C Event Director’s Briefing

Hall C Event Assistants’ Briefing

11:40 AM

Hall C Final Competition

9:30 AM

206 A Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

8:00 AM

Hilton Anaheim Pacific Ballroom Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

9:00 AM

Hilton Anaheim Pacific Ballroom Participants’ Briefing + Testing

9:30 AM

205 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

7:00 AM

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

8:00 AM

Hall A Preliminary Competition

7:30 AM

10:30 AM

11:40 AM

Hall D Participants’ Briefing + Manual Registration

Hall C Event Director’s Briefing

9:30 AM

FINANCIAL CONSULTING

FCE

Hall C Event Assistants’ Briefing

10:30 AM

Hall C Final Competition

9:00 AM

Hall D Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

7:30 AM

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall A Preliminary Competition

7:30 AM

Hall C Event Director’s Briefing

11:00 AM

Hall C Event Assistants’ Briefing

FINANCIAL LITERACY PROMOTION PROJECT

FLPP

11:40 AM

9:30 AM

212 A Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

8:00 AM

7:00 AM

8:00 AM

FINANCIAL SERVICES TEAM DECISION MAKING

9:00 AM

8:00 AM

8:45 AM

FTDM

1:00 PM

1:00 PM

8:00 AM

FOOD MARKETING SERIES

2:00 PM

1:30 PM

9:30 AM

Hall E Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall E Participants’ Briefing + Testing

9:30 AM

211 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

Hall E Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall E Participants’ Briefing + Testing

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Final Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Final Competition

FMS

CON FEREN CE ACTI VITIES AGENDA

Hall C Final Competition

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WEDNESDAY 9:30 AM

205 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

9:00 AM

7:30 AM

10:30 AM

11:40 AM

Hall D Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall D Participants’ Briefing + Manual Registration

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall A Preliminary Competition

SATURDAY 7:30 AM

FRANCHISE BUSINESS PLAN

11:00 AM

EFB

Hall C Event Director’s Briefing

Hall C Event Assistants’ Briefing

11:40 AM

Hall C Final Competition

9:30 AM

212 A Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

8:00 AM

7:00 AM

8:00 AM

9:00 AM

8:00 AM

8:45 AM

9:00 AM

7:30 AM

7:30 AM

10:30 AM

11:40 AM

Hall E Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall E Participants’ Briefing + Testing

9:30 AM

205 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

Hall D Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall D Participants’ Briefing + Manual Registration

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Preliminary Competition

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall A Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

HOSPITALITY SERVICES TEAM DECISION MAKING

HTDM

Hall C Final Competition

Hall C Event Director’s Briefing

11:00 AM

Hall C Event Assistants’ Briefing

HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM OPERATIONS RESEARCH

HTOR

11:40 AM

9:30 AM

206 A Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

8:00 AM

Hilton Anaheim Pacific Ballroom Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

9:00 AM

Hilton Anaheim Pacific Ballroom Participants’ Briefing + Testing

9:30 AM

211 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

7:00 AM

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

8:00 AM

Hall A Preliminary Competition

7:30 AM

Hall C Event Director’s Briefing

9:30 AM

Hall C Event Assistants’ Briefing

HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM PROFESSIONAL SELLING

HTPS

10:30 AM

Hall C Final Competition

1:00 PM

7:00 AM

8:00 AM

HOTEL AND LODGING MANAGEMENT SERIES

2:00 PM

8:00 AM

9:30 AM

HLM

Hall E Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall E Participants’ Briefing + Testing

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Final Competition

CON FEREN CE ACTI VITIES AGENDA

Hall C Final Competition

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WEDNESDAY 9:30 AM

211 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

THURSDAY

205 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

SATURDAY

1:00 PM

1:00 PM

8:00 AM

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT SERIES

2:00 PM

1:30 PM

9:30 AM

HRM

9:00 AM

7:30 AM

7:30 AM

INDEPENDENT BUSINESS PLAN

10:30 AM

11:40 AM

11:00 AM

EIB

Hall E Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall E Participants’ Briefing + Testing

9:30 AM

FRIDAY

Hall D Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall D Participants’ Briefing + Manual Registration

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Preliminary Competition

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall A Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Final Competition

Hall C Event Director’s Briefing

Hall C Event Assistants’ Briefing

11:40 AM

Hall C Final Competition

9:30 AM

205 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

9:00 AM

Hall D Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

10:30 AM

Hall D Participants’ Briefing + Manual Registration

7:30 AM

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

10:00 AM

Hall A Preliminary Competition

7:30 AM

Hall C Event Director’s Briefing

10:00 AM

INNOVATION PLAN

EIP

Hall C Event Assistants’ Briefing

11:00 AM

9:30 AM

205 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

9:00 AM

7:30 AM

10:30 AM

11:40 AM

Hall D Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall D Participants’ Briefing + Manual Registration

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall A Preliminary Competition

7:30 AM

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS PLAN

11:00 AM

IBP

Hall C Event Director’s Briefing

Hall C Event Assistants’ Briefing

11:40 AM

Hall C Final Competition

9:30 AM

205 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

9:00 AM

7:30 AM

10:30 AM

11:40 AM

Hall D Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall D Participants’ Briefing + Manual Registration

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall A Preliminary Competition

7:30 AM

LEARN AND EARN PROJECT

11:00 AM

LEP

Hall C Event Director’s Briefing

Hall C Event Assistants’ Briefing

11:40 AM

Hall C Final Competition

CON FEREN CE ACTI VITIES AGENDA

Hall C Final Competition

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9:30 AM

211 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

THURSDAY

212 A Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

212 B Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

8:00 AM

2:00 PM

8:00 AM

9:30 AM

8:00 AM

7:00 AM

8:00 AM

MARKETING MANAGEMENT TEAM DECISION MAKING

9:00 AM

8:00 AM

8:45 AM

MTDM

8:00 AM

1:00 PM

9:30 AM

PERSONAL FINANCIAL LITERACY

1:30 PM

10:30 AM

7:00 AM

9:30 AM

PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION

8:00 AM

10:30 AM

PBM

1:00 PM

9:30 AM

PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE

1:30 PM

10:30 AM

Hall E Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hilton Anaheim California Ballroom Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

9:00 AM

Hilton Anaheim California Ballroom Participants’ Briefing + Testing

9:30 AM

212 B Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

8:00 AM

Hilton Anaheim California Ballroom Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

9:00 AM

Hilton Anaheim California Ballroom Participants’ Briefing + Testing

9:30 AM

212 B Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS SERIES

7:00 AM

Hall E Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall E Participants’ Briefing + Testing

9:30 AM

SATURDAY

1:00 PM

Hall E Participants’ Briefing + Testing

9:30 AM

FRIDAY

8:00 AM

Hilton Anaheim California Ballroom Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

9:00 AM

Hilton Anaheim California Ballroom Participants’ Briefing + Testing

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

MCS

Hall C Final Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Final Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

PFL

Hall C Final Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Final Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Final Competition

PFN

CON FEREN CE ACTI VITIES AGENDA

WEDNESDAY

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9:30 AM

212 B Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

THURSDAY 8:00 AM

Hilton Anaheim California Ballroom Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

9:00 AM

Hilton Anaheim California Ballroom Participants’ Briefing + Testing

9:30 AM

212 B Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

8:00 AM

Hilton Anaheim California Ballroom Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

9:00 AM

Hilton Anaheim California Ballroom Participants’ Briefing + Testing

9:30 AM

206 A Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

8:00 AM

Hilton Anaheim Pacific Ballroom Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

9:00 AM

Hilton Anaheim Pacific Ballroom Participants’ Briefing + Testing

9:30 AM

205 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

FRIDAY 1:00 PM

9:30 AM

1:30 PM

10:30 AM

7:00 AM

9:30 AM

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

7:00 AM

7:30 AM

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

8:00 AM

Hall A Preliminary Competition

PRINCIPLES OF HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM

PHT

Hall C Final Competition

10:30 AM

Hall C Preliminary Competition

PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING

PMK

Hall C Final Competition

Hall C Event Director’s Briefing

9:30 AM

PROFESSIONAL SELLING

PSE

Hall C Event Assistants’ Briefing

10:30 AM

Hall C Final Competition

7:30 AM

10:30 AM

11:40 AM

Hall D Participants’ Briefing + Manual Registration

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

8:00 AM

9:00 AM

Hall D Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

SATURDAY

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall A Preliminary Competition

7:30 AM

PUBLIC RELATIONS PROJECT

11:00 AM

PRP

Hall C Event Director’s Briefing

Hall C Event Assistants’ Briefing

11:40 AM

Hall C Final Competition

9:30 AM

211 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

1:00 PM

1:00 PM

8:00 AM

QUICK SERVE RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT SERIES

2:00 PM

1:30 PM

9:30 AM

QSRM

Hall E Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall E Participants’ Briefing + Testing

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Final Competition

CON FEREN CE ACTI VITIES AGENDA

WEDNESDAY

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WEDNESDAY 9:30 AM

211 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

THURSDAY

211 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

7:00 AM

8:00 AM

RESTAURANT AND FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT SERIES

2:00 PM

8:00 AM

9:30 AM

RFSM

1:00 PM

7:00 AM

8:00 AM

RETAIL MERCHANDISING SERIES

2:00 PM

8:00 AM

9:30 AM

8:00 AM

7:30 AM

9:30 AM

8:30 AM

10:30 AM

7:30 AM

9:30 AM

8:30 AM

10:30 AM

9:00 AM

7:30 AM

7:30 AM

10:30 AM

11:40 AM

Hall E Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall E Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall E Participants’ Briefing + Testing

9:30 AM

Anaheim Marriott Gold Key III Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

SATURDAY

1:00 PM

Hall E Participants’ Briefing + Testing

9:30 AM

FRIDAY

Anaheim Marriott Marquis Ballroom South + Center

Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

8:30 AM

Anaheim Marriott Marquis Ballroom South and Center

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Preliminary Competition

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall A Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Final Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

RMS

Hall C Final Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

SCHOOL-BASED ENTERPRISE FOOD OPERATIONS

SBEF

Hall C Final Competition

9:30 AM

Anaheim Marriott Gold Key III Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

12:00 PM

Anaheim Marriott Marquis Ballroom South + Center

Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

12:30 PM

Anaheim Marriott Marquis Ballroom South and Center

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall A Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

SCHOOL-BASED ENTERPRISE RETAIL OPERATIONS

SBER

Hall C Final Competition

Academy + Participants’ Briefing

9:30 AM

205 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

Hall D Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall D Participants’ Briefing + Manual Registration

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall A Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s Briefing

11:00 AM

Hall C Event Assistants’ Briefing

11:40 AM

Hall C Final Competition

SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT MARKETING OPERATIONS RESEARCH

SEOR

CON FEREN CE ACTI VITIES AGENDA

Academy + Participants’ Briefing

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9:30 AM

211 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

THURSDAY

212 A Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

1:00 PM

8:00 AM

SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT MARKETING SERIES

2:00 PM

1:30 PM

9:30 AM

SEM

8:00 AM

7:00 AM

8:00 AM

SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT MARKETING TEAM DECISION MAKING

9:00 AM

8:00 AM

8:45 AM

STDM

1:00 PM

7:30 AM

7:30 AM

SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT PROMOTION PLAN

Hall E Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall E Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall E Participants’ Briefing + Testing

9:30 AM

206 A Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

Hilton Anaheim Pacific Ballroom Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

2:00 PM

Hilton Anaheim Pacific Ballroom Participants’ Briefing + Testing + Manual Registration

9:30 AM

205 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

SATURDAY

1:00 PM

Hall E Participants’ Briefing + Testing

9:30 AM

FRIDAY

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Preliminary Competition

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

10:00 AM

Hall A Preliminary Competition

7:30 AM

10:30 AM

10:00 AM

Hall D Participants’ Briefing + Manual Registration

Hall C Final Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Final Competition

Hall C Event Director’s Briefing

9:30 AM

Hall C Event Assistants’ Briefing

SEPP

10:30 AM

Hall C Final Competition

9:00 AM

Hall D Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall A Preliminary Competition

7:30 AM

START-UP BUSINESS PLAN

10:00 AM

ESB

Hall C Event Director’s Briefing

Hall C Event Assistants’ Briefing

11:00 AM

Hall C Final Competition

9:30 AM

205 Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

9:00 AM

7:30 AM

10:30 AM

10:00 AM

Hall D Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall D Participants’ Briefing + Manual Registration

Hall A Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall A Preliminary Competition

7:30 AM

STOCK MARKET GAME

10:00 AM

SMG

Hall C Event Director’s Briefing

Hall C Event Assistants’ Briefing

11:00 AM

Hall C Final Competition

CON FEREN CE ACTI VITIES AGENDA

WEDNESDAY

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9:30 AM

212 A Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

8:00 AM

7:00 AM

8:00 AM

9:00 AM

8:00 AM

8:45 AM

Hall E Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall E Participants’ Briefing + Testing

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

Hall C Preliminary Competition

Hall C Event Director’s + Event Assistants’ Briefing

VIRTUAL BUSINESS CHALLENGE

210 Participants’ Briefing (Required)

Hall B Accounting Session 1 — 9:00 AM Session 2 — 10:00 AM Session 3 — ­ 2:00 PM

TTDM

Hall C Final Competition

7:30 AM

9:00 AM

TRAVEL AND TOURISM TEAM DECISION MAKING

VBC

9:00 AM

Hall B Accounting Session 4 — 11:00 AM Session 5 — 12:00 PM Session 6 ­— 3:00 PM

Hotel Session 1 — 11:30 AM Session 2 — 12:00 PM Session 3 — 3:00 PM

Hotel Session 4 — 9:30 AM Session 5 — 10:30 AM Session 6 — 2:00 PM

Personal Finance Session 1 — 1:00 PM Session 2 — 1:30 PM Session 3 — 3:30 PM

Personal Finance Session 4 — 1:00 PM Session 5 — 1:30 PM Session 6 — 2:30 PM

Restaurant Session 1 — 11:00 AM Session 2 — 12:00 PM Session 3 — 3:00 PM

Restaurant Session 4 — 9:00 AM Session 5 — 10:00 AM Session 6 — 2:00 PM

Retail Session 1 — 9:30 AM Session 2 — 10:30 AM Session 3 — 2:30 PM

Retail Session 4 — 11:30 AM Session 5 — 12:00 PM Session 6 — 3:00 PM

Sports Session 1 — 1:00 PM Session 2 — 1:30 PM Session 3 — 3:30 PM

Sports Session 4 — 1:00 PM Session 5 — 1:30 PM Session 6 — 2:30 PM

ACCOUNTING VBCAC PERSONAL FINANCE VBCPF RESTAURANT VBCRS RETAIL VBCRT SPORTS VBCSP

DECA HOTEL CHALLENGE VBCHM

ELECTION SESSIONS WEDNESDAY 9:00 AM

Hilton Anaheim Mezzanine 5

Officer Candidate Orientation

Hilton Anaheim Mezzanine 6

Nominating Committee Briefing

10:00 AM

Hilton Anaheim Mezzanine 6

Nominating Committee Interviews

THURSDAY 4:00 PM

Anaheim Marriott Grand Ballroom EF

Voting Delegates’ Briefing and Presidential Campaign Rally

Anaheim Marriott Grand Ballroom ABCD

Central Region Rally

Anaheim Marriott Platinum 3-4

North Atlantic Region Rally

Anaheim Marriott Grand Ballroom EF

SATURDAY 11:00 AM

Anaheim Marriott Platinum 6-10

Voting Delegates’ Seating

11:30 AM

Anaheim Marriott Platinum 6-10

Business + Election Session

SUNDAY 9:00 AM

Hilton Anaheim Mezzanine 6

New Executive Officer Orientation

CON FEREN CE ACTI VITIES AGENDA

WEDNESDAY

Southern Region Rally

Anaheim Marriott Platinum 1-2

Western Region Rally

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WEDNESDAY

ASPIRE

THURSDAY

IGNITE

THRIVE

9:30 AM

9:30 AM

9:30 AM

9:30 AM

Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

Event Director’s + Assistant Event Directors’ Briefing

8:00 AM

8:00 AM

8:30 AM

7:30 AM

Adult Assistants’ Briefing

Adult Assistants’ Briefing

Adult Assistants’ Briefing

Adult Assistants’ Briefing

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

9:00 AM - 9:45 AM

8:00 AM - 8:45 AM

Opening Session

Opening Session

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Gold Key II

Platinum Ballroom 6

Opening Session

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Gold Key I

Gold Key I

Platinum Ballroom 5

Gold Key II

Gold Key II

Platinum Ballroom 5 and Grand Ballroom ABCD

Grand Ballroom EF

Breakout Sessions

Platinum Ballroom 6

Orange County Ballrooms 1, 2, 3, 4 and Grand Ballrooms GH, IJ

Executive Mentor Program

Breakout Sessions

1:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Platinum Ballroom 6, 7/8, 9/10

Gold Key II

Grand Ballroom EF

Grand Ballroom EF

Platinum Ballroom 1/2, 3/4 and Marquis Ballroom Northwest, Northeast

Breakout Sessions

Breakout Sessions

8:00 AM

8:00 AM

8:00 AM

8:00 AM

8:00 AM

Adult Assistants’ Briefing

Adult Assistants’ Briefing

Adult Assistants’ Briefing

Adult Assistants’ Briefing

Adult Assistants’ Briefing

8:30 AM - 2:15 PM

8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

8:30 AM - 11:30 AM

8:30 AM - 2:15 PM

8:30 AM - 2:15 PM

Platinum Ballroom 6

FRIDAY

EMERGI NG LEADER S ERIES

EMPOWER

9:30 AM

Platinum Ballroom 6

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ELEVATE

Platinum Ballroom 6, 7/8, 9/10

Breakout Sessions

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Platinum Ballroom 6

Closing Session

Platinum Ballroom 5

Platinum Ballroom 5 and Grand Ballroom ABCD

Breakout Sessions

Elite Ballroom

Elite Ballroom

Session Option 1

Grand Ballroom EF

Orange County Ballrooms 1, 2, 3, 4 and Grand Ballrooms GH, IJ

1:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Breakout Sessions

Session Option 2

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Elite Ballroom

Grand Ballroom EF

Closing Session

Platinum Ballroom 1/2

Platinum Ballroom 1/2, 3/4 and Marquis Ballroom Northwest, Northeast

Breakout Sessions

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Marquis Ballroom South/Center

Closing Session

ALL EVENTS WILL BE HELD IN THE ANAHEIM MARRIOTT


ADVISOR ACADEMY

DECA’s Advisor Academy is designed to help DECA advisors with fewer than six years of experience understand their various roles and responsibilities, enhance their teaching using DECA, and develop innovative ideas. DECA advisors also learn how DECA’s Comprehensive Learning Program integrates into classroom instruction, applies learning, connects to business and promotes competition.

THURSDAY, APRIL 27

FRIDAY, APRIL 28

WELCOME + INTRODUCTIONS

CHAPTER STRATEGY

9:30 AM

DECA CONNECTS TO THE CLASSROOM Create relevance in the educational process by learning how to demonstrate DECA’s connection to key educational initiatives such as Career Clusters, Common Core Standards and 21st Century Skills.

10:30 AM

DECA’S COMPREHENSIVE LEARNING PROGRAM Learn how to use DECA’s Comprehensive Learning Program as application or extended learning activities. Develop student members who are rigorously engaged in relevant exercises that expand the problem-solving and comprehension skills essential for college and careers.

11:30 AM

LUNCH (on your own)

1:00 PM

COMPETITIVE EVENTS 101

204 B 9:00 AM

Learn the core elements of a successful DECA chapter strategy, including mission-based officer positions, DECA goals, chapter program of leadership and leadership tools.

10:00 AM

CHAPTER COMMUNICATION STRATEGY Content is king. Learn how to put together a comprehensive chapter communications strategy that speaks to both your internal and external audiences. Discuss effective ways to communicate with your chapter members, within your school and to your community using traditional and emerging techniques.

11:00 AM

GAINING SUPPORT Savvy DECA advisors understand that having the support of people outside their program in the school and in the local community can make their jobs easier and take their program to a higher level. Learn how to cultivate support within your school and beyond while you build your program.

Begin to understand how to use DECA’s industry-validated competitive events as an integral part of the classroom curriculum.

NOON

2:00 PM

1:30 PM

COMPETITIVE EVENTS: BEYOND THE STAGE Peek beyond the stage to discover unique ways to foster classroom learning with DECA competitive events and what students gain from engagement in the program. Learn how the competitive events are aligned with the National Curriculum Standards in the career clusters of marketing, business management and administration, finance and hospitality and tourism.

LUNCH (on your own) COOL IDEAS During this one-hour session, network with experienced colleagues in a series of round-table discussions and receive tangible cool ideas you can take back to the classroom.

2:45 PM

ADVI SOR ACADEM Y AGENDA

204 B 9:00 AM

WRAP-UP During this 15-minute session, set action plans for when you return to the classroom.

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CONFERENCE INFORMATION


ANAHEIM CONVENTION CENTER

1

Achievement Awards Campaign Booths Career Exhibits Grand Opening + Grand Awards Headquarters Participant Briefing, Manual Registration + Testing Preliminary + Final Competition Registration Tours Booth

HALL E IS DIRECTLY BELOW HALL D

2

Administrator Day Advisor Academy & Workshop Judges’ Orientation Meal Functions (by invitation) Report Return Shop DECA (including blazers and yard sale) VBC Briefing

HILTON ANAHEIM

CONFEREN CE MA PS

2

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Participants’ Briefing + Testing for Principles of Business Administration Events, Personal Financial Literacy and Professional Selling and Consulting Events Participants’ Briefing, Testing + Manual Registration for Marketing Representative Events


ANAHEIM MARRIOTT

1

ASPIRE Academy Election Session ELEVATE Academy EMPOWER Academy Executive Mentor Program IGNITE Academy School-based Enterprise Academy THRIVE Academy Voting Delegate Briefing

OVERVIEW

HILTON ANAHEIM

Anaheim Courtyard Anaheim Marriott Desert Palms Hotel & Suites Disneyland Hotel Disney’s Paradise Pier DoubleTree Suites Embassy Suites Anaheim South Hampton Inn & Suites Hilton Anaheim Hilton Garden Inn Homewood Suites Hyatt House Hyatt Place Hyatt Regency Orange County Portofino Inn & Suites Red Lion Hotel Anaheim Residence Inn Sheraton Park Hotel SpringHill Suites Wyndham Anhaim Garden Grove

ANAHEIM MARRIOTT

GENERAL SESSIONS

CON FEREN CE M AP S

Please refer to the seating chart below and the conference app to aid you in finding your seats in Hall D. Seating is assigned for the Grand Opening Session, but seating is open for the Achievement Awards Session and the Grand Awards Session. DECA and your officer team are committed to making the sessions lively and interesting. Please do your part by complying with the policy of staying in your seat until the Grand Opening Session is finished.

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CONFERENCE PROFESSIONALISM DRESS CODE

CODE OF CONDUCT

Professional appearance is an important aspect of the overall preparation of DECA members for the business world. To that end, DECA supports a dress code for its career-based functions that exemplifies the highest standards of professionalism while being non-discriminatory between males and females.

The Board of Directors for DECA Inc. requires each delegate attending the International Career Development Conference to read and complete the ATTENDANCE PERMISSION FORM and return to the CHARTERED ASSOCIATION DECA advisor as partial completion of attendance requirements.

DECA’s board of directors has developed the following official dress standards for the International Career Development Conference. Students, advisors and chaperones must follow the dress code.

1.

The term “delegate” shall mean any DECA member, including advisors, attending conferences (high school, collegiate, alumni, professional).

2.

There shall be no defacing of public property. Any damage to any property or furnishing in the hotel rooms or building must be paid for by the individual or chapter responsible.

3.

Delegates must wear identification badges at all times.

4.

Delegates shall refrain from using inappropriate or profane language at all times.

For a more polished, professional appearance, it is recommended that attendees wear appropriate hosiery/socks.

5.

Delegates shall refrain from written, verbal, physical or electronic activities that may lead to harassment, hazing, bullying or damaging property.

AN OFFICIAL DECA BLAZER IS REQUIRED TO RECEIVE RECOGNITION OR AN AWARD ON STAGE.

6.

The use of any harassment against anyone on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, ancestry, age, gender, sexual orientation or disability is prohibited.

WHEN APPEARING BEFORE JUDGES

Competitors must wear an official DECA blazer during interaction with the judges. While official DECA blazers are not required during briefing and testing, professional business dress is required. Professional dress should also be worn to all conference sessions including workshops and special meal functions such as luncheons.

7.

Delegates shall respect the rights and safety of other hotel guests.

FEMALES:

Official DECA blazer with dress skirt or dress slacks and a dress blouse or official blazer with a dress; dress shoes

8.

Delegates shall not possess alcoholic beverages, narcotics or weapons in any form at any time under any circumstances.

MALES:

Official DECA blazer with dress slacks, collared dress shirt and necktie; dress shoes and dress socks

9.

Delegates shall refrain from gambling—playing cards, dice or games of chance for money or other things of value.

10.

Use of tobacco products and electronic cigarettes by delegates is prohibited at all DECA functions.

11.

Delegates must adhere to the dress code at all times.

12.

Delegates must not dress or behave in a manner than can be interpreted as sexually explicit.

13.

Students shall keep their adult advisors informed of their activities and whereabouts at all times.

14.

No delegate shall leave the hotel (except for authorized events) unless permission has been received from chapter and chartered association advisors.

15.

Delegates should be prompt and prepared for all activities.

16.

Delegates should be financially prepared for all activities.

17.

Delegates are required to attend all sessions and activities assigned including workshops, competitive events, committee meetings, etc., for which they are registered unless engaged in some specific assignment scheduled at the same time.

18.

Delegates will spend nights at their assigned hotel and in their assigned room. No guests allowed during curfew hours. Delegates will be quiet at curfew.

19.

Curfew will be enforced. Curfew means the delegate will be in his/ her assigned room.

20.

Chartered associations will be responsible for delegates’ conduct.

21.

Tasteful casual wear will be accepted during specific social functions as designated during orientation.

22.

Delegates ignoring or violating any of the above rules will subject their entire delegation to being unseated and their candidates or competitive events participants to being disqualified. Individual delegates may be sent home immediately at their own expense.

DECA GENERAL SESSIONS, MEAL FUNCTIONS FEMALES:

CON FEREN CE P ROFESS IONALISM

MALES:

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Business suit or blazer with dress blouse and dress skirt or dress slacks or business dress; dress shoes Business suit or sport coat with dress slacks, collared dress shirt and necktie; dress shoes and dress socks

EVENT BRIEFING, MANUAL REGISTRATION AND TESTING, LEADERSHIP ACADEMIES/INSTITUTES FEMALES:

Dress blouse or dress sweater with dress skirt or dress slacks (blazer optional) or business dress; dress shoes

MALES:

Collared dress shirt and necktie with dress slacks (blazer optional); dress shoes and dress socks

DECA BUSINESS CASUAL

• Casual slacks (e.g., Dockers), blouse or shirt, socks and casual shoes. • Jeans, t-shirts and athletic shoes are not included in business casual attire.

UNACCEPTABLE DURING DECA ACTIVITIES • • • •

Skin-tight or revealing clothing • Midriff-baring clothing Swimwear • Athletic clothing Leggings or graphic designed hosiery/tights Clothing with printing that is suggestive, obscene or promotes illegal substances

When judging adherence to the dress code, DECA asks that advisors, teachers and chaperones use observation as the tool for assessing compliance. DECA does not support or condone the touching of students or their clothing as a means of determining whether or not a student is following the dress code guidelines.


CONFERENCE TRANSPORTATION

Most hotel properties in Anaheim are within walking distance to the Anaheim Convention Center. For those that are not, DECA will provide four transportation routes allowing for easy and convenient connections between the hotels and the Anaheim Convention Center. Upon arrival at your hotel, please consult the shuttle route signage for transportation information.

PLAY IT SAFE AT ICDC

AT THE HOTEL Be alert when checking in. Protect your cash and valuables by keeping them with you. Never say your room number loudly enough for others to overhear or give it out to anyone you do not know.

FRIDAY, APRIL 28

5:00 PM – 12:00 AM

6:30 AM – 8:00 PM

Be sure to lock your door when you are in your room as well as when you leave.

THURSDAY, APRIL 27 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM

SATURDAY, APRIL 29 6:30 AM – 12:00 AM

Call the front desk to verify any unexpected deliveries or room service.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26

ROUTE COLOR

HOTEL(S)

PICK-UP LOCATION Curbside between both hotels

Do not leave your door open while you are in the room.

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RED

Wyndham Garden Grove Anaheim Marriott Suites

2

BLUE

Hyatt Regency

Self-parking entrance back of hotel near Grand Ballroom

Always tell your advisor where you are going.

3

GREEN

Embassy Suites Hampton Inn & Suites Hilton Garden Inn

Curbside, Harbor Boulevard at Bucca di Beppo

Do not leave your room after curfew.

4

PURPLE

Disneyland Hotel

Front entrance

GENERAL TRAVEL TIPS

Never leave money or valuables in your room; use the hotel’s safety deposit box. If possible, use traveler’s checks instead of cash.

Ask the hotel for the most direct route to restaurants and shopping. Don’t wander through shortcuts. Don’t go out alone; travel with at least one other person. There is safety in numbers.

DISCRIMINATION POLICY

ROOM 207

Fashion, ICDC Specific Items and DECA Blazers

EXHIBIT HALL

Apparel, Accessories and Competitive Event Materials See pages 6-7 for specific hours of operation.

DECA Inc. is committed to creating and maintaining a healthy and respectful environment for all of our emerging leaders and entrepreneurs. Our philosophy is to ensure all members, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation or socio-economic status, are treated equally and respectfully. Any behavior in the form of discrimination, harassment or bullying will not be tolerated. It is the responsibility of all members to uphold and contribute to this climate.

CON FEREN CE TRANS PORTATION

If you see any suspicious person or activity, notify hotel management.

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THANK YOU TO OUR VOLUNTEERS

These volunteers have given freely of their time and expertise to ensure a successful conference for the members of DECA. We recognize that it is impossible to list everyone who assisted, but their efforts, visible throughout the entire conference, are appreciated. Because of them, DECA members are able to demonstrate their marketing, entrepreneurship, finance, hospitality and management knowledge in a quality, competitive learning environment.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS PRESIDENT Kevin Reisenauer PRESIDENT-ELECT Mary Peres SECRETARY Pam O’Brien TREASURER Ev Vaughan MEMBERS Jeff Back, Ginger Hill, Olga Plagianakos, Jacklyn Schiller NAB CHAIR Stephanie Wissink EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS Tammie Brewer Paul A. Wardinski

ASSOCIATION OFFICER TEAM

BRYCEN WOODLEY California DECA Chartered Association Advisor

JOEL BECKWITH Vice President of Public Relations

CHRISTINA CHARLTON Arroyo High School

MOKSH JAWA California DECA President

G. LUKE FREEMAN El Camino Real Charter High School

YASH DESAI Vice President of Northern California

JUSTON GLASS The Harker School

CHRISTOPHER CARLSEN Vice President of Southern California

MICHELLE MCINTOSH California Department of Education

WENHAN FANG Vice President of Silicon Valley

ANDREW NELSON Granada Hills Charter High School

LENEXA GONSALVES Vice President of Communications

TAMI RAAKER Foothill High School MAUREEN RANKIN Westview High School CARL SCHMIDT Monta Vista High School RYAN UNDERWOOD California DECA MARY WHITED Merced County Office of Education

THANK YOU TO CALIFORNIA BUSINESS LEADERS DECA extends its appreciation to the 1,000 California-area business professionals who are volunteering as competitive events judges, mentors and presenters at the conference. The conference would not be possible without you.

THANK YOU TO OUR EVENT DIRECTORS AND ASSISTANTS The assistance of volunteers is critical to the successful operation of the competitive events program, the election of officers, the leadership academies and the other functions of DECA’s International Career Development Conference. Briefings for event directors and assistants are scheduled throughout the conference and are critical for the success of the programs. Volunteers should check the program and report to the appropriate briefing session. DECA extends a special thank you to our volunteers for their continued support of and dedication to DECA and its emerging leaders and entrepreneurs.

Principles of Business Administration Events and Personal Financial Literacy Sherry Siler, Arkansas Team Decision Making Events Amy Granahan, Virginia Jennifer Kyle, Colorado Individual Series Events Alan Balsdon, New York Betty McKie, Colorado Business Operations Research Events, Chapter Team Events, Entrepreneurship Events and Stock Market Game Brent Pfeiffer, Ohio Rhonda Samples, Georgia Ev Vaughan, Colorado Marketing Representative Events and Professional Selling and Consulting Events Chad Froeschle, Illinois

ELECTIONS + ACADEMIES COORDINATORS Election + Business Sessions Kevin Reisenauer, North Dakota Emerging Leader Series Ryan Alexander, Colorado Gordon Nicholson, New Hampshire School-based Enterprise Events Elizabeth Cotton, North Carolina

CON FEREN CE VOLUNTEERS

HOST COMMITTEE

COMPETITIVE EVENT COORDINATORS

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PARTNERS


NATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD The National Advisory Board (NAB) is composed of companies, colleges and universities, foundations, and associations that contribute financial support and guidance to DECA. These organizations provide scholarships for student members and advisors, sponsor and judge competitive events, and advise the organization and help advocate on its behalf. The National Advisory Board is vital to the success of DECA and we thank each member for their continued support of our programs. AMCM-Association Motor Club Marketing

Knowledge Matters

American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute

Lawrence Technological University

Association of International Certified Professional Accountants

LIFE University

The Art Institutes ARYZTA (Otis Spunkmeyer, Inc.) ASAE Business Services, Inc. Aspire Beverages AT&T ASPIRE Babson College Ball State University Residential Property Management Program Belmont University Jack C. Massey College of Business

M.E./D.E. Supply Company M&M Productions USA Marriott International, Inc. Maurices

GORDMANS Roger Glenn

National Automotive Parts Association

JOHNSON & WALES UNIVERSITY Ken DiSaia, Tom Gauthier

NFIB Young Entrepreneur Foundation

Bowling Green State University

Northwood University

Chipotle Mexican Grill

NRF Foundation

College Works Painting

PDC Productions

Cornell University School of Hotel Administration

PepsiCo Chilled DSD

Country Meats

Print Fundraising

Custom Resources, LLC

Publix Super Markets, Inc.

Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation

Rochester Institute of Technology, Saunders College of Business

Piper Jaffray & Co.

Sales and Marketing Executives International, Inc. Scentco, Inc.

Franchise Education & Research Foundation

Schoold, Inc.

Gear for Sports

Seedstages

Georgian Court University

SIFMA Foundation

Goodheart-Willcox Publisher

Social Assurity LLC

Gordmans

Sparkling ICE

H&R Block

Spirit Factory

Herff Jones, Inc.

Stein Mart, Inc.

Hilton Worldwide

Temple University School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management

Isenberg School of Management UMass Amherst

Texas Tech University, College of Human Sciences Universal Orlando Resort

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School

Vector Marketing Corporation

Johnson & Wales University

Walgreens Co.

Jostens, Inc.

Wear-a-Knit

Journeys

Wesleyan College

Junior Tours

W.P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University

Keiser University

CHIPOTLE MEXICAN GRILL Marie Davis, Beverly Wood

National Apartment Association Education Institute

National Student Leadership Conference

Hult International Business School

ARZYTA (OTIS SPUNKMEYER, INC.) Dean Johnson

Muscular Dystrophy Association

Boston University School of Hospitality Administration

Hofstra University

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

FIDM/FASHION INSTITUTE OF DESIGN & MERCHANDISING Eva Gilbert, Lisa Morabito

Men’s Wearhouse

National Society of High School Scholars

FIU Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management

NATION AL A DVISORY BOA RD

Long Island University

Berkeley College

FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising

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Lead2Feed

M&M PRODUCTIONS USA Mike Brown MARRIOTT INTERNATIONAL, INC. Andy Chaves MEN’S WEARHOUSE Andy Platko, Matthew Sadler, Mike Sins PDC PRODUCTIONS Patrick Boylan PIPER JAFFRAY & CO Stephanie Wissink STEIN MART, INC. Chris Himebauch VECTOR MARKETING CO. Helen Brown


YEARS OF SERVICE 20 YEARS

DECA thanks our generous donors for their support of our 2016-2017 annual giving campaign. Add your name to this list at www.deca.org/connect

15 YEARS

10 YEARS

DECA DIAMOND SOCIETY | $1,000+ David & Marsha Bock Nick Edwards Michael Garrett J.D. Gidley Kate Hughes Ron Joyner

Daniel Kelly Pamela & Colin O’Brien The Oshay Family Thomas Schillar Jodi Stamey Paul & Anne Wardinski

DECA ICDC CIRCLE | $500 - $999 David & Brenda Clark Jeff Collins John Fistolera David Gass Diane Pruner

Philip Scheel Jeannette Siegel The Harker School DECA Ryan Witzig

DECA CHARTERED ASSOCIATION CIRCLE | $250 - $499

5 YEARS

Cindy Allen Mike Brown Kyle Burns Heather Carter Nicole Coffey Kenneth DiSaia Frank & Anne Farrell Brian Fincher Bill Hembree Ginger Hill Susan Lewin

Hilda and Terri Martin Pam McKenney Alex Mellott Michael Mount Valeria Rodriguez Stephanie Sandstrom Joshua Shankle Tracey Smith Ryan Underwood Kathy Walton Christopher Young

MARLENE MORBITT-DUNN

NAB OF THE YEAR AWARD

Vector Marketing

ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT AWARD

Monique Morrow

Chief Technology Strategist

Shannon Aaron

Cara Gooch

Chris McCoy

Delores Ali

Barbara Henn

Greg Murphy Laura Perry

Geoffrey Basye

Thomas Hill

Elizabeth Booker

Johnnie Hubbard III

Mike Pham

Patrick Cheney

Brittany Keating

Kevin Reisenauer

Lisa & Tia Delampan

Vicki Lamproe

Laura Salpietra

Danielle Drapeau

Rick Lee

Matthew Smith

Drake University Collegiate DECA Thomas Fitzpatrick IV Richard Forde

Sarah Levine

Judson Stafford

Marc Liebman

Mary Swantek

Sissy Long

Timothy Todd

Alexander Louden

Caren Voeller

WWW.D E CA.O RG/CO NNE CT

YEARS OF SERVICE

DECA CHAPTER CIRCLE | $100 - $249

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PARTNERS FOR EXCELLENCE

DECA’s Partners for Excellence is composed of National Advisory Board partners and companies that support DECA through various programs and projects throughout the year.

PLATINUM INVESTORS | $50,000 +

CORPORATE INVESTORS | $20,000–$49,999

PARTNERS FOR EXCELLENCE

STRATEGIC ALLIES | $10,000–$19,999

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CONFERENCE ITEM SPONSORS

A special thank you to these organizations that have sponsored specific items for the conference.

CINCH BAGS

PENCILS

LANYARDS

PENS


BUSINESS PARTNERS | $5,000–$9,999

SUPPORTERS | $500–$4,999 Applied Academic Labs Awards Unlimited Belmont University Campbell University CI Sport Colorado State University College of Business Competition University Cornell University DormCo DLG Enterprises Ecole Huteliere de Lausanne Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University College of Business ESCP Europe Gear For Sports George Mason University

Illinois Institute of Technology – Stuart Campus Internal Service Learning International Trademark Association Jostens, Inc. LIM College MBAResearch M.E./D.E Supply Co. Muscular Dystrophy Association National Technical Honor Society NC State University Poole College of Management Niagara University NRF Foundation Ozark Lollipops Paul Smith College PDC Productions

Pincentives Print Fundraising Ruboyianes Sales & Marketing Executives International Foundation School Store POS Selective Service Stein Mart, Inc. Syracuse University Texas Tech University Department of Personal Financial Planning University of Arizona University of Illinois – Chicago University of Michigan – Ross School of Business University of Missouri – Trulaske College of Business University of Oregon

University of South Carolina HRSM University of South Florida Zimmerman Advertising Program University of Texas at Austin – McCombs School of Business University of Wyoming US Navy VirtualJobShadow.com Washington State University Wear-a-Knit West Virginia University College of Business & Economics Western Kentucky University Yuda Brands

CONGRESSIONAL ADVISORY BOARD SENATORS

REPRESENTATIVES

John Boozman, Arkansas Shelley Moore Capito, West Virginia Thad Cochran, Mississippi John Hoeven, North Dakota Gary Peters, Michigan Debbi Stabenow, Michigan M. Mike Rounds, South Dakota Jon Tester, Montana John Thune, South Dakota Ron Wyden, Oregon

Rob Bishop, Utah Mike Bishop, Michigan Ted Deutch, Florida Jeff Fortenberry, Nebraska Vicky Hartzler, Missouri Bill Huizenga, Michigan Dan Kildee, Michigan Blaine Luetkemeyer, Missouri Kenny Marchant, Texas Michael T. McCaul, Texas James P. McGovern, Massachusetts Jerry McNerney, California

Seth Moulton, Massachusetts Kristi Noem, South Dakota Devin Nunes, California Pete Sessions, Texas Eric Swalwell, California Fred Upton, Michigan Rob Wittman, Virginia Steve Womack, Arkansas


EXHIBITORS

THURSDAY + FRIDAY 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM HALL B

ACTE www.acteonline.org ASSOCIATION OF INTERNATIONAL CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANTS www.startheregoplaces.com

GOODHEART-WILCOX PUBLISHER www.g-w.com

BALL STATE UNIVERSITY RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM www.bsu.edu/rpm

HULT INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SCHOOL www.hult.edu

BERKELEY COLLEGE www.berkeleycollege.edu

ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYSTUART CAMPUS www.iit.edu

BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF HOSPITALITY www.bu.edu/hospitality

INTERNATIONAL SERVICE LEARNING www.islonline.org

CAMPBELL UNIVERSITY www.campbell.edu

INTUIT www.intuiteducationprogram.com

CHIPOTLE MEXICAN GRILL www.careers.chipotle.com

ISENBERG SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENTUMASS AMHERST www.isenberg.umass.edu

COLLEGIATE DECA www.collegiatedeca.org COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF BUSINESS www.biz.colostate.edu

CON FEREN CE EXHIBITORS

GEORGIAN COURT UNIVERSITY www.georgian.edu

ATLANTA CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU www.atlanta.net

CI SPORT www.cisport.com

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GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS http://business.gmu.edu/

JOHNSON & WALES UNIVERSITY www.jwu.edu KEISER UNIVERSITY FLAGSHIP CAMPUS www.keiseruniversity.edu KNOWLEDGE MATTERS (Virtual Business Challenge) www.knowledgematters.com

CORNELL UNIVERSITY- COLLEGE OF BUSINESS business.cornell.edu

LEAD2FEED www.Lead2Feed.org

COUNTRY MEATS www.countrymeats.com

LIFE UNIVERSITY www.life.edu

CUSTOM RESOURCES FUNDRAISING www.customresourcesfundraising.com

LIM COLLEGE www.limcollege.edu

DECA IMAGES www.shopdeca.org

MARRIOTT INTERNATIONAL, INC. www.marriott.com

DORM COMPANY CORPORATION www.dormco.com

MBA RESEARCH www.MBAResearch.org

ECOLE HÔTELIÉRE DE LAUSANNE www.ehl.edu

MEN’S WEARHOUSE www.menswearhouse.com

EMBRY-RIDDLE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS www.daytonabeach.erau.edu/college-business

MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY ASSOCIATION www.mda.org

ESCP EUROPE www.escpeurope.com

NATIONAL SOCIETY OF HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARS (NSHSS) www.nshss.org

FASHION INSTITUTE OF DESIGN AND MERCHANDISING www.fidm.edu FIU CHAPLIN SCHOOL OF HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT www.hospitality.fiu.edu

NIAGARA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF BUSINESS www.niagara.edu/hospitality NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY POOLE COLLEGE MANAGEMENT www.poole.ncsu.edu/undergraduate

NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY www.northwood.edu OZARK DELIGHT CANDY www.ozarkdelight.com PAUL SMITH’S COLLEGE www.paulsmiths.edu PIN-CENTIVES www.pincentives.com RELATIVITY SCHOOL www.relativityschool.org RM 309 www.Rm309.com ROCHESTER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SAUNDERS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS www.saunders.rit.edu SCHOOL STORE POS SYSTEM www.school.pos.com STEIN MART, INC. www.steinmart.com STUKENT www.stukent.com SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY www.suffolk.edu TALKING RAIN BEVERAGE CO./SPARKLING ICE www.sparklingICE.com TEMPLE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF SPORT, TOURISM & HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT www.sthm.temple.edu THE ART INSTITUTES www.artinstitutes.com THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA www.arizona.edu/ UIC BUSINESS www.business.uic.edu UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, ROSS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS www.michigan.ross.umich.edu UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI TRULASKE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS www.business.missouri.edu UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA GREENSBORO BRYAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS www.bryan.uncg.edu UNIVERSITY OF OREGON www.uoregon.edu


JOIN! DECA’S OFFICIAL

LINKEDIN GROUP For your chance to WIN one of two GoPros® or a SmartWatch.

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA - COLLEGE OF HOSPITALITY, RETAIL AND SPORT MANAGEMENT www.sc.edu/hrsm UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA ZIMMERMAN ADVERTISING PROGRAM www.usf.edu/zap UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN MCCOMBS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS HONORS PROGRAM www.mccombs.utexas.edu/BHP/ UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO www.uwaterloo.ca UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING COLLEGE OF BUSINESS www.uwyo.edu/business UNREAL CAMPAIGN www.unrealcampaign.com US ARMY www.goarmy.com US NAVY RECRUITING COMMAND www.navy.com US SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM www.sss.gov VECTOR MARKETING www.vectormarketing VIRTUALJOBSHADOW.COM VirtualJobShadow.com W.P. CAREY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AT ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY www.wpcarey.asu.edu/undergraduate

Simply join DECA’s LinkedIn Group and comment how you have Owned Your Future this year. Winners will be announced during both the Collegiate and High School International Career Development Conferences. An additional winner will be announced on May 1, 2017. Members do not have to be present at an ICDC to be eligible to win. Prizes may vary slightly from items pictured. Apple iWatch is a trademark of Apple Inc. GoPro and their respective logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of GoPro, Inc.

Sponsored by

WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY www.wsu.edu WEAR-A-KNIT www.wearaknit.com WESLEYAN COLLEGE www.wesleyancollege.edu WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY- COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & ECONOMICS www.be.wvu.edu WESTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY www.wku.edu YUDA BANDS www.yudabands.org

GROUP BENEFITS

• DECA Engagement Events • Your Grassroots Network • Industry News • Job Opportunities from DECA’s National Advisory Board • Special Offers from DECA’s National Advisory Board • Professional Development Opportunities

CONNECT TODAY linkd.in/decainc


APPROVED VENDORS

DECA Approved Vendors affiliate with DECA Inc. to provide resources for your school-based enterprise, fundraising and other classroom or chapter activities. We encourage you to utilize these vendors for all of your chapter’s needs. The list of vendors changes throughout the year. Please go to www.deca.org/partners for an up-to-date list of member companies.

amcmdeca.com deca@amcm-online.com 405.843.7923

aspirebeverages.com stacey.schmitt@aspirebeverages.com 612.743.4760

competitionuniversity.com tara@customresources.com 660.885.5635

countrymeats.com jeremy@countrymeats.com 352.237.5232

customresourcesfundraising.com heather@customresources.com 660.885.5635

gearforsports.com dan.defabio@gearforsports.com 913.693.2106

mmproductionsusa.com sales@mmproductionsusa.com 800.711.0140

medesupplycompany.com MEDESupply@aol.com 800.656.8590

nslcleaders.org info@nslcleaders.org 800.994.6752

tropicana.com john.wilson@pepsico.com 203.806.2002

scentcofundraising.com 1-866-763-6245

Spirit-Factory.com support@spirit-factory.com 800.369.7291

wearaknit.com or stitchitdesigns.com wendy@wearaknit.com amy@stitchitdesigns.com 800.346.0748

menswearhouse.com Mike.Sins@tailoredbrands.com 888.970.1912

spunkmeyer.com or aryzta.com Ana.fundraisingsupport@aryzta.com 888.275.6847

contactus.talkingrain.com

AP PROVED VENDORS

juniortours.com travel@juniortours.com 800.631.2241

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RECOGNITIONS


THRIVE LEVEL CAMPAIGN WINNERS

Congratulations to the following chapters for earning THRIVE Level recognition in DECA’s 2016–2017 chapter campaigns. To earn THRIVE Level recognition and participate in the THRIVE Academy, chapters earned the highest achievement in the MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN or participated in two chapter campaigns: COMMUNITY SERVICE CAMPAIGN, PROMOTIONAL CAMPAIGN or GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK CAMPAIGN.

ALABAMA

Central High School of Clay County n n Demopolis High School n n Jemison High School n Northridge High School n n

ARIZONA

Agua Fria High School n n n Apollo High School n Barry Goldwater High School n n Bradshaw Mountain High School n n Desert View High School n n Greenway High School n n n Horizon High School n n Mountain Ridge High School n n Perry High School n n n n Pinnacle High School n n n Queen Creek High School n n n n Raymond S. Kellis High School n n Sunnyside High School n n Wickenburg High School n n Williams Field High School n Willow Canyon High School n n

ARKANSAS

Alma High School n n n n Harrison High School n n n Maumelle High School n n Rogers High School n n Southside High School n n

CALIFORNIA

THRI VE LEVEL CAM PAIGN WI NNERS

Amador Valley DECA n n n American High School n n Arroyo High School (Eden Area ROP) n n Dougherty Valley High School n n n Dublin High School n n n Foothill High School DECA n n n n Granada High School n n n Granada Hills Charter High School n n n n Irvington High School n n Lynbrook High School n n n n Martin Luther King High School n n n n North Hollywood High School n n The Harker School n n n n Western Sierra Collegiate Academy n n

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COLORADO

Centaurus High School n n Chaparral High School n n n Cherokee Trail High School n n Cherry Creek High School n n Douglas County High School n n n Mountain Range High School n n Pickens Technical College n n Ponderosa High School n n n Pueblo East High School n n Rock Canyon High School n n ThunderRidge High School n n n

CONNECTICUT

Brookfield High School n n Coginchaug Regional High School n n n Enfield High School n Granby Memorial High School n n n Hamden High School n n n Middletown High School n n Naugatuck High School n n n Newington High School n n Platt High School n n n Shelton HIgh School n n Southington High School n n

DELAWARE

Christiana High School n n n

FLORIDA

Buchholz High School n n Cooper City High School n n Coral Glades HS n n Cypress Bay High School n n n n East Ridge High School n n George M. Steinbrenner High School n n

Jean Ribault High School n Jupiter High School n Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School n n n n Monarch High School n n Pine Crest School n Plantation High School n n Royal Palm Beach High School n n n Spanish River High School n n n n

GEORGIA

Baldwin High School n n Brunswick High School n n Camden County High School n Campbell High School n n n Forest Park High School n Houston County High School n n Jones County High School n n Luella High School n n Norcross High School n North Forsyth High School n n n North Gwinnett High School n n Parkview High School n n n Peachtree Ridge High School n n Rockdale Career Academy n n n Sims Academy of Innovation and Technology n n South Forsyth High School n n n South Gwinnett High School n n THINC College and Career Academy n n n Westside High School-Macon n n n

IDAHO

Capital High School n n n n

ILLINOIS

East Aurora High School n n Glenbrook North High School n n Highland Park High School n n Niles West High School n

INDIANA

Avon High School n n Brownstown Central High School n n n Eastbrook High School n n Frankfort High School n n Northview High School n n Plainfield High School n n Snider High School n n n South Vigo High School n n Terre Haute North Vigo H.S. n n Yorktown High School n n

KANSAS

Lansing High School n n Wichita East High School n n n n Wichita High School Northwest n n

KENTUCKY

Allen County Technical Center n n Grayson County ATC n n Green County Area Technology Center n n n Taylor County High School n

LOUISANA

Caddo Career Technology Center n n

MASSACHUSETTS

Algonquin Regional High School n n n Apponequet High School n Bedford High School n n Beverly High School n n n Billerica High School n n n Burlington High School n n Danvers High School n n n Dartmouth High School n n Georgetown High School n n Grafton High School n n Hamilton Wenham n King Philip Reg. High School n n Marshfield High School n n n Nipmuc Regional High School n n n North Andover High School n n Northbridge High School n n Norton High School n n

Peabody Veterans High School n Pembroke High School n n Rockport High School n Stoughton High School n n n Taunton High School n Wareham High School n n n Weston High School n n Wilmington High School n n Worcester Technical HS n n

MICHIGAN

Airport High School n n Berkley High School n n Farmington High School n n Forest Hills Northern High School n n Fruitport High School n n Garden City High School n n Grand Blanc High School n n n Greenville High School n n Harper Creek High School n n Harrison High School n n Huron Area Skill Center n n Jenison High School n Lakeland High School n n Lakeview High School n Lapeer County Edu. & Tech. n n Maple Valley High School n n Milford High School n n Montague High School n n Northville High School n n n Pioneer High School n Rochester Adams High School n n Skyline High School n n Southfield High School A&T n n Truman High School n n Tuscola Technology Center n n Utica Ford High School n n Westland John Glenn High School n Woodhaven High School/DCTC n n

MINNESOTA

Alexandria High School n Coon Rapids High School n n n n Cooper Senior High School n n n n Dassel Cokato High School n Elk River High School n n Faribault High School n n n Hill-Murray School n n n Irondale n n n Lakeville High School n n n Lakeville South High School n Little Falls Community HS n n n Mankato East High School n Owatonna Senior High School n n n Richfield High School n Rogers High School n n Sauk Rapids High School n Wayzata High School n n

MISSISSIPPI

Olive Branch High School n n

MISSOURI

Ladue Horton Watkins High School n n Nevada Regional Tech. Center n Riverview Gardens High School n Springfield Glendale High School n n Wentzville Holt High School n n Wentzville Timberland High School n n

MONTANA

Capital High School n n n Glacier High School n n

NEBRASKA

Burke High School n n Lincoln East High School n n Millard North High School n n Millard West High School n n Papillion LaVista High School n n Papillion LaVista South High n n Ralston Senior High School n n


Basic Academy of International Studies n n n Davidson Academy n n Desert Oasis High School n n n n East Career and Technical Academy n n n Valley High School n Southwest Career and Technical Academy n n West Career & Tech Academy n n

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Bedford High School n n Hillsboro-Deering High School n n John Stark Regional High School n n Pinkerton Academy n n

NEW JERSEY

Cherry Hill High School East n n Cinnaminson High School n n n Colts Neck High School n n Delsea Regional High School n n n Freehold High School n n n Freehold Township High School n n Highland Park HS n n Highpoint Regional High School n Hightstown High School n n n Jackson Memorial High School n n Lacey Township High School n n n Lakeland Regional High School n Lenape Valley Regional High School n Leonia High School n n Monroe Township High School n n North Brunswick Township HS n n n Northern Burlington Regional n n n Ocean Township High School n n n Park Ridge High School n n Pascack Hills High School n Ramapo Indian Hills High School n n n Ridgewood High School n n n Scotch Plains Fanwood H S n n n Seneca High School n n Shawnee High School n n n Sparta High School n n Spotswood High School n Union City High School n n n Vernon Township High School n n n Washington Township HS n n n Williamstown High School n n

NEW MEXICO

Albuquerque High School n n n Capital High School n Cleveland High School n Clovis High School n Highland High School n Piedra Vista High School n n Rio Rancho High School n n n Valley High School n Volcano Vista High School n n

NEW YORK

Herricks High School n n Plainview-Old Bethpage JFK HS n n Roslyn High School n n Smithtown High School East n n n Smithtown High School West n n W.T. Clarke High School n n

NORTH CAROLINA Ben L. Smith High School n n Corinth Holders High School n n n Hickory Ridge High School n New Bern High School n Rosewood High School n n South Brunswick High School n

NORTH DAKOTA

Central Cass High School n n Grand Forks Central HS n n Mandan Sr. High School n n n n Minot High School n n Sheyenne High School n n Southeast Region Career & Technology Center n n Valley City High School n n Wahpeton High School n n West Fargo High School n n

OHIO

Bedford High School I n n Cleveland Heights High School I n n Meadowbrook High School n n Penta-Bowling Green High n n n Saint Marys Memorial High n n Toledo Roy C. Start High II n n Urbana High School n n n

OKLAHOMA

Noble High School n Norman North High School n Ponca City High School n n Tri-County Technology Center n n

ONTARIO

Brooklin High School n Glenforest SS n n Sinclair SS n n

OREGON

Bend Senior High School n n Klamath Union High School n n n Oregon City High School n n Sabin-Schellenberg Center n n

PENNSYLVANIA

Carbon Career & Technical Institute n n n Easton Area High School n n George Washington High School n n n Norristown Area High School n n The Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School n n n Upper Darby High School n n

RHODE ISLAND

East Providence High & CTC n n

SOUTH CAROLINA

Hamilton Career Center n n n Lee County Career & Technology Center n n Pickens County Career & Technology Center n n Socastee High School n n

TENNESSEE

Alcoa High School n n Halls High School n n Haywood High School n n Heritage High School n Maryville High School n n Munford High School n n n Portland High School n n n Siegel High School n n White House High School n n

TEXAS

Ben Barber Innovation Academy n n Birdville Center of Technology and Advanced Learning n n BME Academy at Eaton High School n n n Centennial High School n Clear Lake High School n n Clements High School n n n Copperas Cove High School n n n Edcouch-Elsa High School n n n Elkins High School n n Harlingen High School n J.J. Pearce High School n n Judson High School II n Klein Oak High School n n n Lake View High School n n La Villa High School n Little Elm High School n n Magnolia High School n n n Magnolia West High School n n McNeil High School n n Mission High School n n n Pittsburg High School n n n Plainview High School n Porter High School n n n Poteet High School n n n Richardson High School n Ridge Point High School n n Round Rock High School n Samuel Clemens High School n n n n San Angelo Central High School n n Stephen F. Austin High School n n n Sweetwater High School n n The Woodlands College Park High School n n n n The Woodlands High School n n n Vanguard Academy n n n Veterans Memorial High School n n n W. T. White High School n

UTAH

Copper Hills High School n n Herriman High School n n n Jordan High School n Mountain High School n n Pine View High School n n Syracuse High School n n

VERMONT

Northwest Technical Center n n South Burlington High School n n

VIRGINIA

Battlefield High School n n Broad Run High School n n n Chantilly High School n Clover Hill High School n n Cosby High School n n Courtland High School n n Fairfax High School n n n n Freedom High School n Grassfield High School n n Hidden Valley High School n n n n

Hopewell High School n n Kecoughtan High School n King George High School n n n n Lake Braddock Secondary School n Loudoun Valley High School n Oakton High School n n n n Orange County High School n Oscar F. Smith High School n n Patrick Henry High School n n n Potomac Falls High School n n n Richlands High School n Riverside High School n n n Rock Ridge High School n n n South County High School n n n n South Lakes High School n n Tuscarora High School n W. T. Woodson High School n n Western Branch High School n n

WASHINGTON

Auburn High School n n Bonney Lake High School n Capital High School n n Cedarcrest High School n n n Chiawana High School n n Clarkston High School n n n Columbia River High School n n Deer Park High School n n Emerald Ridge High School n n Everett High School n n n Global Connections High School n n Grandview High School n n Hanford High School n n Heritage High School n n Highline High School n n Issaquah High School n n n n Jackson High School n n King’s High School n n n n Lindbergh High School n n Mark Morris High School n n Mead Senior High School n Monroe High School n n North Mason High School n Olympia High School n n Pasco High School n n Peninsula High School n n Port Angeles High School n n Renton High School n n n Richland High School n n Skyline High School n n South Kitsap High School n n Southridge High School n n

WEST VIRGINIA

Bridgeport High School n n n Hurricane High School n n Marion County Tech Center n Martinsburg High School n n Mineral County Vo-Tech Center n n Musselman High School n n Nitro High School n n Sissonville High School n n

WISCONSIN

Appleton East High School n n n Appleton North High School n n Bay Port n n n Brookfield Central High School n n n n Cardinal Heights Upper Middle School n n D. C. Everest High School n n DeForest Area High School n n Elkhorn High School n n Green Bay Preble High School n n Green Bay Southwest High School n n n Hamilton Sussex High School n Holmen High School n n n n Madison West High School n n McFarland High School n Monona Grove High School n n Mosinee High School n n n New Berlin West High School n n Northwestern High School n n Racine Case High School n n n Sun Prairie High School n n n Watertown High School n n Waukesha South High School n n Wausau East High School n n n n Wausau West High School n n n West Salem High School n n n n Whitnall High School n n Wilmot Union High School n n n Wisconsin Rapids High School n n n

WYOMING

Cheyenne South High School n n Laramie Senior High School n n

n MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN n COMMUNITY SERVICE CAMPAIGN n PROMOTIONAL CAMPAIGN n GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK CAMPAIGN

THRI VE LEVEL CAM PAIGN WI NNERS

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DECA CERTIFIED SCHOOL-BASED ENTERPRISES

Congratulations to the following chapters for earning a DECA SBE Chapter Certification for 2017! To become DECA certified, students reflect upon their work in the SBE through documentation of 10 key business standards and performance indicators from the Business Administration Core, the Marketing Career Cluster and the Merchandising Pathway of National Curriculum Standards. Earning a Gold Certification qualifies students to participate in the exclusive SBE Academy and competition held annually at DECA’s International Career Development Conference.

ARIZONA

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Camelback High School n Greenway High School n Queen Creek High School n Thunderbird High School n Washington High School n RETAIL OPERATIONS Cactus High School n Douglas High School n Pinnacle High School n

ARKANSAS

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS El Dorado High School n Harrison High School n RETAIL OPERATIONS Alma High School n Northside High School n

CALIFORNIA

RETAIL OPERATIONS Albany High School n Dougherty Valley High School n

COLORADO

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Cherokee Trail High School n Fort Collins High School n Highlands Ranch High School n Pine Creek High School n Ponderosa High School n RETAIL OPERATIONS Douglas County High School n Fossil Ridge High School n ThunderRidge High School n

CERTI FIED SCHOOL-BASED EN TERPRISES

CONNECTICUT

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FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Southington High School n

RETAIL OPERATIONS Enfield High School n Norwich Technical High School n

DELAWARE

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Alexis I. duPont High School n RETAIL OPERATIONS Caesar Rodney High School n

FLORIDA

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Booker T. Washington High School n RETAIL OPERATIONS Buchholz High School n Jean Ribault High School n Lake Region High School n

GEORGIA

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Camden County High School n Chestatee High School n Greene County High School n Norcross High School n North Forsyth High School n Parkview High School n Peachtree Ridge High School n Southeast High School n THINC College and Career Academy n RETAIL OPERATIONS Berkmar High School n Chapel Hill High School n Collins Hill High School n Discovery High School n Houston County High School n Lambert High School n Lanier Charter Career Academy n Mill Creek High School n

Mountain View High School n North Gwinnett High School n North Murray High School n Northside High School-Columbus n Northside High School-Warner (Robins) n South Forsyth High School n Warner Robins High School n West Forsyth High School (West Express) n West Forsyth High School (West Ink) n

IDAHO

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Capital High School n Coeur D’Alene High School n Payette High School n RETAIL OPERATIONS Payette High School n

Grand Blanc High School n Grand Ledge High School n Greenville High School n Hartland High School n Jenison High School n Lakeview High School n LISD TECH Center n Midland Dow High School n North Farmington High School n Petoskey Career & Tech Ed. n Renaissance High School n Skyline High School n Theodore Roosevelt High School n Utica Eisenhower High School n Utica Ford High School n Utica Stevenson High School n Waterford Kettering High School n

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Oelwein High School n

RETAIL OPERATIONS Airport High School n Brighton High School n Chippewa Valley High School n Clio High School n Davison High School n Gaylord High School n Grosse Pointe North HS n Gull Lake High School n Harrison High School n Jenison High School n Kearsley High School n Lakeland High School n Lapeer County Edu. & Tech. n Livonia Stevenson High School n Montague High School n Rochester Adams High School n Saline Area Schools n Tuscola Technology Center n Utica High School n

KANSAS

MINNESOTA

ILLINOIS

RETAIL OPERATIONS East Aurora High School n

INDIANA

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Avon High School n Carmel High School n North Side High School n Union City Community H.S. n Washington High School n RETAIL OPERATIONS Brownsburg High School n Carmel High School n Union City Community H.S. n

IOWA

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Lansing High School n Washburn Rural High School n Wichita North High School n RETAIL OPERATIONS Blue Valley Northwest n Blue Valley West High School n Leavenworth High School n Washburn Rural High School (WRHS Bank) n Washburn Rural High School (The Shack) n

KENTUCKY

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Taylor County High School n RETAIL OPERATIONS Pineville High School n

LOUISIANA RETAIL OPERATIONS Walker High School n

MASSACHUSETTS FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Apponequet High School n Marshfield High School n Nipmuc Regional High School n Plymouth North High School n Plymouth South High School n

RETAIL OPERATIONS Danvers High School n Nashoba Valley Technical High School n Worcester Technical HS n

MICHIGAN

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Careerline Tech Center n Carlson High School n Farmington High School n Fowlerville High School n Fruitport High School n Garden City High School n

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Dassel Cokato High School n Irondale n Little Falls Community HS n Richfield High School n RETAIL OPERATIONS Elk River High School n Faribault High School n Hopkins Senior High School n Jefferson High School - Bloomington n Lakeville High School n Lakeville South High School n Owatonna Senior High School n Rockford High School n Rogers High School n Sauk Rapids High School n St. Louis Park High School n Tartan High School n Wayzata High School n

MISSISSIPPI

RETAIL OPERATIONS Itawamba High - Marketing n

MISSOURI

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Springfield Parkview High School n Webb City High School n Wentzville Timberland High School n RETAIL OPERATIONS Ladue Horton Watkins High n Liberty North High School n Scott Regional Tech Center n Seymour High School n Springfield Glendale High School n

MONTANA

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Capital High School n


FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Scottsbluff High School n RETAIL OPERATIONS Millard South High School n Westside High School n

NEVADA

RETAIL OPERATIONS Dayton High School n Basic Academy of International Studies n

NEW HAMPSHIRE FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Hillsboro-Deering High School n Nashua Technology Center n RETAIL OPERATIONS Alvirne High School Voc. Ctr. n

NEW JERSEY

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Northern Burlington Regional n RETAIL OPERATIONS Cinnaminson High School n Delsea Regional High School n Hightstown High School n Union City High School n Washington Township HS n

NEW MEXICO

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Cibola High School n Eldorado High School n Highland High School n La Cueva High School n Sandia High School n

NEW YORK

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Herricks High School n Massapequa High School n Plainview-Old Bethpage JFK HS n RETAIL OPERATIONS Massapequa High School n Roslyn High School n Spencerport High School n

NORTH CAROLINA FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Union County Early College n

NORTH DAKOTA

RETAIL OPERATIONS North Valley Career and Technology Center n

OHIO

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Edgewood High School n Maple Heights High School n Port Clinton High School n Saint Marys Memorial High n Vanguard Tech Center n RETAIL OPERATIONS Bucyrus High School I n Groveport Madison High School n Licking Heights High School n Lima Senior High School I n Massillon Washington High I n Northmont High School n Olentangy Orange High School n Penta Career Center I n

OKLAHOMA

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Edmond-Santa Fe High School n Midwest City High School n

OREGON

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Westview High School n Wilson High School n RETAIL OPERATIONS Sabin-Schellenberg Center n

PENNSYLVANIA FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Lehigh Career & Tech Institute n Midd-West High School n

RETAIL OPERATIONS Carlisle Area High School n State College Area High School n

SOUTH CAROLINA RETAIL OPERATIONS River Bluff High School n

TENNESSEE

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Alcoa High School n Brentwood High School n McGavock High School n Ravenwood High School n Riverdale High School n RETAIL OPERATIONS Beech High School n Centennial High School n Heritage High School n Riverdale High School n Station Camp High School n

TEXAS

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Ben Barber Innovation Academy n Birdville High School n Clear Creek High School n Clear Falls High School n Clear Lake High School n Elkins High School n George Bush High School n Lake Travis High School n Little Elm High School n Sunset High School II n Travis High School n Wakeland High School n RETAIL OPERATIONS Allen High School n Duncanville HS n Magnolia High School n Porter High School n Ronald Reagan High School n Round Rock High School n Samuel Clemens High School n The Woodlands College Park High School n

UTAH

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Copper Hills High School n

VERMONT

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Southwest Vermont CDC n

VIRGINIA

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Lake Braddock Secondary n Sherando High School n RETAIL OPERATIONS Bayside High School n Blacksburg High School n Briar Woods High School n Broad Run High School n Courtland High School n Dominion High School n Freedom HS n Gar-Field High School n Kempsville High School n King George High School n Landstown High School n Lee Davis High School n Loudoun Valley High School n Massaponax High School n Menchville High School n Oakton High School n Ocean Lakes High School n Orange County High School n Potomac Falls High School n Riverbend High School n Riverside High School n Rock Ridge High School n Spotsylvania High School n Stone Bridge High School n T. C. Williams High School n Woodgrove High School n

WASHINGTON

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Auburn High School n Auburn Mountainview High School n Auburn Riverside High School (Raven Hoop Concessions) n Auburn Riverside High School (The Ravens Nest) n Bethel High School n Burlington Edison High School n Capital High School n Cascade High School Leavenworth n Cascade Sr. High School Everett (The Cave) n Cascade Sr. High School Everett (The Bruin Bean) n Cashmere High School n Central Valley High School n Clarkston High School (The DECA Deli) n Clarkston High School (Bantam-Bean) n Columbia River High School n Curtis High School n Deer Park High School n Eastside Catholic n

n GOLD LEVEL n SILVER LEVEL n BRONZE LEVEL

Emerald Ridge High School n Everett High School n Ferndale High School n Ferris High School n Glacier Peak High School n Global Connections High School n Graham Kapowsin High School n Grandview High School n Heritage High School n Hudson’s Bay High School n Issaquah High School n Jackson High School n John R. Rogers HS - Spokane (School 1) n John R. Rogers HS - Spokane (School 1) n Kelso High School n King’s High School n Lake Stevens High School n Lake Washington High School n Lewis & Clark High School n Lindbergh High School (The Eagle’s Nest) n Lindbergh High School (The Eagle’s Espresso) n Mariner High School n Mark Morris High School n Mount Spokane High School n Mount Tahoma High School n North Central High School n North Mason High School n Oak Harbor High School n Pasco High School n Port Angeles High School n Puyallup High School I (The Wall) n Puyallup High School I (The Viking Blend) n Quincy High School (Java Jacks) n Quincy High School (The Hutch) n Renton High School n River Ridge DECA n Rogers HS - Puyallup n Shadle Park High School n Shelton High School n Shorecrest High School n Shorewood High School n Skyview High School n Stadium High School n Wenatchee High School n White River High School n RETAIL OPERATIONS Archbishop Murphy High School n Arlington High School n Auburn High School n Cascade Sr. High School Everett n Chiawana High School n Deer Park High School n Kamiakin High School n Lakes High School n Mariner High School n Monroe High School n Mount Spokane High School n Olympia High School n Quincy High School n Richland High School n Skyview High School n White River High School n

WEST VIRGINIA RETAIL OPERATIONS Musselman High School n

WISCONSIN

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Badger High School n Bay Port n Cambridge High School n DeForest Area High School n Green Bay Preble High School n Iola-Scandinavia High School n Madison East High School n Sun Prairie High School n Wausau East High School n Westosha Central High School n Wilmot Union High School n Wisconsin Rapids High School n RETAIL OPERATIONS Appleton North High School n Brookfield Central High School n Chippewa Falls High School n D. C. Everest High School (DECA Depot) n D. C. Everest High School (Everest Expressions) n Hamilton Sussex High School n Madison LaFollette High School n Madison West High School n McFarland High School n Menomonie High School n Mosinee High School n New London High School n Slinger High School n Sparta High School n Wausau West High School n West Salem High School n Whitnall High School n

CERTI FIED SCHOOL-BASED EN TERPRISES

NEBRASKA

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VIDEO CHALLENGE WINNERS CHALLENGE

CHALLENGE

1 PLACE

1 PLACE

BRADLEY JONES Appleton East, WI

MARIE CARACCIOLO MYKALA CARACCIOLO Lansing High School, KS

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2ND PLACE

HIGH SCHOOL CATEGORY TEAM BOG

PADAM CHOPRA NITYA CHOPRA ARYAMAN AGRAWAL Amity International School, India

FINALISTS

JAMIE LIAO Irvington High School, CA

3RD PLACE LEXI BARBOZA CARLEY BYERS Apponequet Regional High School, MA

GLOBAL WINNER

ZACH DAVIS PHILLIP GLASSER VAUGHN RICHARDS Tallmadge High School, OH LINDSEY FISCHER MELISSA POLONCARZ Forsyth Central High School, GA

OUTSTANDING SERVICE AWARDS DONNA MCFADDEN, Massachusetts MARY PERES, New York RHONDA SAMPLES, Georgia

SHERRY SILER, Arkansas SHANE THOMAS, Texas DR. MICHELLE WALKER, Virginia

PAST HONORARY LIFE RECIPIENTS 1951

Charles E. Boyd

AWARD WIN NERS + RECIPI ENTS

1954

Robert V. Mullen

1958

George M. Stone Amanda A. Thomas

1968

James A. Dorsey

1969

1960

William F. McCurdy

1961

Eugene L. Dorr Earl P. Tregilgus

Brice W. Cecil James Cash Penney Edward J. Condon John W. Edgerton L. T. White

1962

Harry W. Ketchum Hugh E. Muncy James H. Pearson

1970 1971

Harry A. Applegate M.J. DeBenning Helen B. O’Donnell G. Henry Richert

1977

Oswald M. Hager Anacile Riggs Kurth H. Naylor Fitzhugh

1978

Vera Pearl Tisdale Reno S. Knouse

1979

Clayton Riley

1982

Michael D. Bass Albert Dominic Corey

1992

Adrian Barrow Dr. Marcella Norwood

1993

John E. Elias David J. Redding

Helen Dorsey Emmett Eary Jack Rose

2001

2002

2003

Warren G. Meyer Keiji Okano

Jack T. Humbert Edwin L. Nelson

Hunt Hawkins Dr. Gene Reed

James R. Bowers

Dr. James Gleason Priscilla McCalla

1965

Norris D. Young Mary K. Klaurens

Theron Moss

William M. Crisp E.D. Peeler

1974

1975

1976

Mildred L. Jackson Lucy C. Crawford Elaine R. Pitts Lowell A. Burkett

1985

1986 1987

J. W. Weatherford Mae J. Laatsch

1995

1996 1997

Marie J. Burbach Nina L. Gaskin

1998

Sissy Long Jeannette Siegel

2011

Roger Cartee Shirlee Kyle Everett D. Vaughan

Carol Borskey Tim Coffey Rick Giudicessi

1984

2010

Gary Colvin Pat DiPlacido Jim King Curtis Youngman

2005

1973

Elinor F. Burgess Edgar L. Fleming Harold Rowen

1994

2009

Gregg Christensen Ken DiSaia Dr. Julie Lyman

Tina L. Durham Glenice Hall Michael Marchetti

Blanche M. Curran Paul C. Bennewitz

1983

2008

Chuck Blood Raymond Gormley Richard Mangini Pam McKenney David Starr

2004

H.E. “Red” Ruppert

T. Carl Brown Al N. Seares

M.D. Mobley

1991

Todd Sagraves Berry Sullivan

1972

1964

John A. Beaumont Marguerite Loos J.C. Lynd

2000

Philip Scheel Robert Wolff

Ted Best

1981

1999

Carl L. Grunander Thomas E. Hill

1990

Dr. Frederick L. Williford

1980

Etta M. Dorn T. R. Petty Evangeline H. Watson

John G. Byler Paul H. Valentine

1989

Loris C. Lorenzi

John Blalock Fred Rexus

H.D. Shotwell K. Otto Logan

Walter B. Anderson Theodore G. Plumb John B. Pope

1988

Kenneth W. Smith

Lester B. Kesterson David A. Thompson Merlin Wayne Kampfer

1963

1966

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1967

Donovan Armstrong Louise Bernard George A. Scott

2006 2007

Kristin Crowe Louis Kaminski Dr. Kathy Walton

2012

2013

Marsha Bock Tim Gilmore

2014

Dr. Edward L. Davis

2015

Mary Ellen Colella Roger Glenn Dave Wait


The DECA experience isn’t just for one kind of member with one specific set of goals. The DECA experience is about exploring your options, discovering new paths and experiencing opportunities you never knew existed. With DECA, the possibilities for success are LIMITLESS. From DECA’s competitive events and leadership opportunities, to career pathway conferences and chapter programs, there is a unique event, program, conference and campaign for every member to participate in. Being a DECA member allows you to discover your true ambition, realize your college and career goals and begin a journey of self-discovery. When you utilize DECA’s endless resources, there is no limit to what you can achieve. So ignore your fear and push aside your uncertainty, because you’re about to embark on an incredible journey. With DECA, your knowledge, skills, achievements and experiences will truly be LIMITLESS.

2017-2018 PREVIEW


LIMITLESS

CAMPAIGNS deca.org/chaptercampaigns

NOVEMBER DEADLINE 12.1.17

MEMBERSHIP

Earn ACHIEVEMENT LEVEL by meeting the requirements in any ONE of the categories (students, alumni and professionals) of the Membership Campaign and receive a pennant and certificate.

Guide your membership efforts by meeting these goals.

ALUMNI

MORE STUDENTS THAN LAST YEAR

PROFESSIONALS

GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK

Activities must occur during November 13-19, 2017. Submit DECA Idea Challenge entries at www.deca.org/ideachallenge.

IDEA CHALLENGE ENTRIES

SUCCESS STORIES OF LOCAL ENTREPRENEURS

SCHOOL/COMMUNITY OUTREACH ACTIVITIES

PROMOTIONAL

Conduct these activities from the beginning of your school year through DECA Month.

SCHOOL OUTREACH ACTIVITIES

CELEBRATE DECA MONTH IN

SUCCESS STORIES OF ALUMNI

Earn THRIVE LEVEL by meeting the requirements in any TWO of the categories of the Membership Campaign and receive a pennant, plaque, flag and three allocations to attend the THRIVE ACADEMY at ICDC!

DEADLINE 12.1.17 Earn ACHIEVEMENT LEVEL by meeting the requirements in any ONE of the three DECA Month Chapter Campaigns (Global Entrepreneurship Week Campaign, Promotional Campaign, and Community Service Campaign) and receive a pennant and certificate. Earn THRIVE LEVEL by meeting the requirements in any TWO of the three DECA Month Chapter Campaigns (Global Entrepreneurship Week Campaign, Promotional Campaign, and Community Service Campaign) and receive a pennant, plaque, flag and three allocations to attend the THRIVE ACADEMY at ICDC!

COMMUNITY OUTREACH ACTIVITIES

COMMUNITY SERVICE

Conduct a community service activity from the beginning of your school year through DECA Month.

OR MORE COMMUNITY SERVICE ACTIVITIES

OR MORE PARTICIPATION OF YOUR DECA MEMBERS

FORM OF PUBLICITY OR PROMOTION

ADVOCACY

DEADLINE 3.1.18

Advocate during Career and Technical Education Month in February.

SCHOOL OUTREACH ACTIVITIES

PUBLIC POLICY MAKERS OUTREACH

Meet the requirements in the Advocacy Campaign during February and receive a pennant, special plaque from DECA’s Congressional Advisory Board and a letter of recognition sent to your school administrator and government officials.

COMMUNITY OUTREACH ACTIVITIES

Eligibility to attend ICDC is determined by the chartered associations, based on their policies. Chapters should consult with their association advisor for eligibility guidelines.


EMERGING LEADER SUMMIT

CONFERENCE DATES

NEW YORK EXPERIENCE

INNOVATIONS +

ENTREPRENEURSHIP CONFERENCE

MCLEAN, VA JULY 9-11, 2017

PHILADELPHIA NOVEMBER 10-12, 2017

deca.org/els

deca.org/iec

INTERNATIONAL CAREER DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE

NEW YORK CITY

NOVEMBER 29-DECEMBER 2, 2017 DECEMBER 6-9, 2017 deca.org/nye

SPORTS +

ENTERTAINMENT MARKETING CONFERENCE

ORLANDO

JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2018 deca.org/sem

ATLANTA APRIL 21-24, 2018 deca.org/icdc


2017

NOVEMBER 10-12

WWW.DECA.ORG/POWER

PHILADELPHIA


2017 ICDC Program  

Program for the 71st Annual DECA International Career Development Conference in Anaheim, April 26–29, 2017

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