On May 8, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced the 54th class of U.S. Presidential Scholars, recognizing 161 high school seniors for their accomplishments in academics, the arts and career and technical education fields. DECA is proud to announce that five DECA members were selected to receive this honor. “I want to congratulate this year’s class of Presidential Scholars…
Members – Students
Jordan Johnson | Mayville State University Collegiate DECA
Congratulations to these exceptional MSU Collegiate DECA members!
Two former Utah DECA members took their entrepreneurial spirit all the way to the small screen!
Kathleen Bostick | Lake Braddock DECA
In as little as six days, I learned more about DECA, leadership, and myself than ever before.
This DECA member is striking out on her own culinary/entrepreneurial venture.
Pooja Parmar | Georgia DECA
This Georgia DECA officer had the unique opportunity to celebrate diversity with Coca-Cola.
Madison Daum | Blue Valley Northwest DECA
This Kansas DECA alumna credits DECA for much of her professional success.
Roberto Machorro-Swain | Spanish River DECA
This DECA member is getting a first-hand look inside the business world.
Ally White | Houston County DECA
DECA teaches students valuable entrepreneur skills, and I am one of the many success stories.
Kaci Nguyen | Liberty DECA
Discover the tops tips for entrepreneurial success from this Texas DECA alumnus.
This DECA alumnus made quite the name for himself as a marketing and entrepreneur in California.
Asher’s inspiring story hit Agnes, and she hopes it will hit you too!
The China DECA delegation truly Made It Count this year at its very first #DECAICDC.
DeForest DECA gives recognition to an outstanding member.
DECA can impact a person’s life in many ways and sometimes in the least expected places.
Congratulations to the new National Officer Team and good luck on your year of service!
Hear from three current Michigan DECA members on how they are building their own business, Chromo Marketing.
Find out how this former DECA alumna went from Nebraska state president to working on Katie Couric’s new talk show.