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DECA Competes at International Career Development Conference

Detroit Catholic Central DECA recently competed at the DECA International Career Development Conference in Orlando. A total of 15 Shamrocks competed at the highest level, and two teams in the Virtual Business Challenge placed 8th and 12th respectively. Additionally, the chapter earned 4th place in the National Muscular Dystrophy Association Fundraising Challenge.

Evangelos Boukouris '24 - 12th place
Liam Brennan '24    
Jordan Diegel '24 - 8th place
Aidan Grumm '23
Adam Harake '24 - 12th place
David Kibbey '24    
Aidan Kinsella '23    
Mark Ling '23    
Drew Pierson '23    
Arnav Pulpa '23    
Pablo Razny '23    
Joseph Scarcella`'24 - 8th place
Joseph Sievert '24 - 8th place
Nicholas Ventura '23    
Chase Ziegler '24

CC DECA is a student organization that promotes business and marketing education among students. The chapter provides opportunities for students to develop leadership skills, engage in competitive events, and network with industry professionals. DECA routinely attends conferences and workshops, competing on the international level and gaining students practical business skills. Students interested in joining DECA should contact chapter moderator Mrs. Amanda Loffler.

Learn more about student organizations at Catholic Central here

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