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Behind the Scenes at the MDA Telethon

MDA is giving DECA members an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the MDA Telethon from a marketing and communications lens and shares how the show was collaboratively created.

Help Our Teachers Fund Grants for Advisors

The Foundation for Impact on Literacy and Learning, Inc., a 501c3 nonprofit, has created the Help Our Teachers Fund to assist teachers with classroom teaching expenses that would often come out of their pockets. Teachers across the U.S. will be…

Level Up Your Entrepreneurship Skills with Intuit Innovation Challenge

DECA is excited to announce the Intuit Innovation Challenge. A premier DECA event during Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW), the Intuit Innovation Challenge is a hands-on design thinking project, daring students around the globe to innovate for impact to help reverse the effect of global warming.

Chapter Development

Announcing New Membership Incentives for 2020-2021

As we celebrate the beginning of DECA Month, we are pleased to share two new membership incentives in addition to DECA’s Membership Campaign. Activate Your Chapter For each chapter that submits at least 10 student members and 1 chapter advisor…

Program of Leadership: Your Chapter's Master Plan

So your officer team has been elected and a new semester has begun. Now what?! While there are endless ways to organize your ideas and initiatives, this article will help you craft an attainable program of leadership.

Top Tips for Socially-distant Membership Recruitment

Building your chapter’s membership is one of the most important ways to set it up for success in the new school year. But what are the best ways to recruit within the “new normal” of more virtual interactions and less in-person activities? Learn how to recruit new members the socially-distant way with these top tips.

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