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Prepared Business Simulations
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Your prepared event will be a piece of cake with these great tips!
Competition season is here for many Collegiate DECA members, and this year is shaping up to be one of the greatest yet.
Get ahead of the competition and start preparing your event today.
You’ve only got one shot to make an EPIC impression on your #DECAinDC judge!
There’s nothing better than hearing your name called to the stage at the Grand Awards Session.
If you want to make it on the #DECAinDC stage, check out these EPIC tips and tricks.
Complete guidelines for 2016-2017 will be posted online by July 1, 2016.
It’s ok to get nervous! Check out ways to calm your nerves before your big moment.
Check out how this Collegiate DECA chapter prepares its members for competitive events!
#DECAinDC will be here before you know it! Are you ready to compete?
Check out all the resources you have at your fingertips to help you prepare for competition.
These tips can guide you to picking the right event for you.
Find out how you performed compared to others in your association and across the entire DECA organization.
The trick to getting on stage is just as much about your preparation, as it is your presentation.
Working in a team can be a challenge, but it can also be extremely rewarding too!
Turn up the heat on your competition preparation with these five tips.
The Collegiate DECA Advisory Council met in January 2014 to analyze the competitive events program and make recommendations.
MSU Collegiate DECA has a winning competition weekend.
The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Collegiate DECA chapter cannot wait to get on stage!
Make sure your project is ready to win at the Collegiate DECA ICDC.
Improve your competition skills by receiving your Student Performance Data.
As you prepare for your entrepreneurship competitive event, you should understand what an entrepreneurship event judge could be looking for from a competitor.
Collegiate DECA introduces an exciting new event that allows you to participate virtually at a conference.
Neither rain nor sleet nor dark of morning could stop Minnesota School of Business Collegiate DECA students from participating in the DECA Invitational.
Here are some tips to improve your written entry — from a judge’s perspective.
For me, a written event means a combination of learning everything I can about my project and having control over the quality of work I take to competition.