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Summer Engagement Tips for Your Chapter

May 26, 2022

The summer months are great for relaxing and having fun, but what could be better than having fun while helping your chapter? These tips and tricks can help your chapter members connect more, prep your chapter for next year, and have fun all at the same time!

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DECA Talks: The Lying King

May 1, 2022

Power. Privilege. Race. Identity. Gender. Sexual Orientation. Class. Illuminating our various complexities as individuals, we can recognize ways that we can use our privileges individually and collectively – but only if we are honest and open with ourselves.

Leadership

Real World 101: Critical Life Skills You Need to Know Now

May 1, 2022

How can you separate yourself from the two million other students who will graduate college with you? Every college graduate will have a degree, but not every graduate will be prepared for the world as it’s going to be. Learn how you can begin to differentiate yourself from the crowd now.

Leadership

College Bound Citizens: Financial Aid Basics

April 1, 2022

This workshop will help you understand financial aid while preparing for the FAFSA and applying for scholarships, grants, and federal loans while financing the gap.

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4 Steps to Better Budgeting

April 1, 2022

‍“Where did all my money go!?” If you find yourself asking that question at the end of every month or in the days before your next paycheck, it’s time to get your budget in shape. Don’t have a budget? No problem! It’s easy to get started.

Leadership

How to Keep Your New Year's Resolutions

January 3, 2022

Looking back on years past, did you keep your New Year's resolutions? Do you even remember what they were? Here are some ways to keep your New Year’s resolutions all the way through 2022.

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So You're Thinking About Running for Association Office?

November 10, 2021

Ask any association officer and I’m sure they’ll tell you that running for a DECA Association Officer position is one of the best decisions they have ever made! If you’re thinking about running, ask yourself these three questions to help you decide.

Leadership

Rules to Live By: The Nature of Ethics

October 14, 2021

When you think of ethics, what comes to mind? Doing what people say you should do? Obeying the law? While these can both be part of ethical behavior, it takes a lot more than just listening to authority figures or doing what’s legal to be an ethical person.

Leadership

3 Ways to Handle Burnout

October 11, 2021

Have you ever experienced a case of burnout? If so, it can be a challenging experience. During the school year, we take on many responsibilities and may find it hard to balance work, academics and life with so much on our plate. It is important to find a way to take a break and rest–both physically and mentally–to avoid burnout.

Leadership

3 Ways to Sharpen Your Leadership Decision-making Skills

September 20, 2021

Have you recently taken on a new leadership position? While many perks come with the role, more responsibility often means increased pressure to make the best possible decisions.

Leadership

3 Leadership Activities to Jump-start Your New Team

July 23, 2021

An important part of team building is supporting your teammates and learning their individual leadership styles. Check out these three ideas to help your new team hit the ground running!

Leadership

Women's History Month Discussion with Emerging Leaders

March 29, 2021

Three emerging leaders sit down with AT&T to discuss the importance of women's history month.

Leadership

Summer Engagement Tips for Your Chapter

May 26, 2022

The summer months are great for relaxing and having fun, but what could be better than having fun while helping your chapter? These tips and tricks can help your chapter members connect more, prep your chapter for next year, and have fun all at the same time!

Leadership

DECA Talks: The Lying King

May 1, 2022

Power. Privilege. Race. Identity. Gender. Sexual Orientation. Class. Illuminating our various complexities as individuals, we can recognize ways that we can use our privileges individually and collectively – but only if we are honest and open with ourselves.

Leadership

Real World 101: Critical Life Skills You Need to Know Now

May 1, 2022

How can you separate yourself from the two million other students who will graduate college with you? Every college graduate will have a degree, but not every graduate will be prepared for the world as it’s going to be. Learn how you can begin to differentiate yourself from the crowd now.

Leadership

4 Steps to Better Budgeting

April 1, 2022

‍“Where did all my money go!?” If you find yourself asking that question at the end of every month or in the days before your next paycheck, it’s time to get your budget in shape. Don’t have a budget? No problem! It’s easy to get started.

Leadership

How to Keep Your New Year's Resolutions

January 3, 2022

Looking back on years past, did you keep your New Year's resolutions? Do you even remember what they were? Here are some ways to keep your New Year’s resolutions all the way through 2022.

Leadership

Rules to Live By: The Nature of Ethics

October 14, 2021

When you think of ethics, what comes to mind? Doing what people say you should do? Obeying the law? While these can both be part of ethical behavior, it takes a lot more than just listening to authority figures or doing what’s legal to be an ethical person.

Leadership

3 Ways to Handle Burnout

October 11, 2021

Have you ever experienced a case of burnout? If so, it can be a challenging experience. During the school year, we take on many responsibilities and may find it hard to balance work, academics and life with so much on our plate. It is important to find a way to take a break and rest–both physically and mentally–to avoid burnout.

Leadership

3 Ways to Sharpen Your Leadership Decision-making Skills

September 20, 2021

Have you recently taken on a new leadership position? While many perks come with the role, more responsibility often means increased pressure to make the best possible decisions.

Leadership

3 Leadership Activities to Jump-start Your New Team

July 23, 2021

An important part of team building is supporting your teammates and learning their individual leadership styles. Check out these three ideas to help your new team hit the ground running!

Leadership

5 Business and Leadership Books That Should Be on Your List

March 1, 2021

Throughout my academic career, I have found that a good book is hard to beat. I can honestly say that certain books have even changed my life—everything from basic tasks such as how I make my bed, to greater things like the way I think and process information.

Leadership

Watch Now: Executive Mentor Roundtable on De-stressing

November 5, 2020

Check out DECA’s Executive Mentor Roundtable on “De-stressing." Two executives share how stress—good and bad—plays a role in their everyday lives and offer tips and tricks to help you manage your stress in your personal and professional life.

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DECA Direct Magazine: De-stress

November 3, 2020

Between school, volunteering, extracurricular activities and DECA, there’s never a shortage of things to do! Learn how to hit pause, slow down and discover the best ways to manage your stress.