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24 January 2017
4 Feb 2017

It's Official - We're a "Visionary" Member

by Paul Osborn

 

In previous years we’ve sponsored WA DECA’s Community Service Prize for $2,000.  This year we continue our support by sponsoring Bellevue HS Chapters directly, and have joined DECA as a ‘Visionary Member’ at $480.

From Brent Mason:

The support received from the Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club in the form of a Visionary level membership helps our student members leverage this “experience” to become academically prepared, community oriented, professionally responsible, experienced leaders.  In the end, it just might be the most impactful $480 that the club will give in 2017.  Thank you for BBRC for making a difference.

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5 February 2016
29 Feb 2016

You Are Never Too Old to Have An Opinion!

Reply to Paul Osborn

opinionJudge on March 4th

DECA is still looking for judges for March 4th (a Friday unfortunately).

Mentor A National Competitor

If you can’t make that but would like to improve the chances of local State Winners as they go on to National, then we will be organizing mentoring for a few of the competitors towards the end of March.

If you would like to be involved in this unique way to give back, contact me (Paul Osborn)

9 January 2016
16 Jan 2016

Community Service Judges Needed

Reply to Paul Osborn

The BBRC sponsors the Community Service Project prize every year.

DECA is still looking for 30 more judges for our Written Events Evaluation, and could use your help!  Written judging will be open Thursday, January 14 – Friday, January 22. .Instructions on how to pull these projects will be emailed on Thursday, January 14.

The high school DECA students have submitted over 600, 30-page business plans, market research, community service, and public relations projects for State Competition. New this year, you can spend a few hours from the comfort of your home, office, or coffee shop evaluating and scoring these projects online.

Each project should take anywhere from 15-30 minutes to read.  After reading, judges will submit scores following an online form for that specific project.  Judges are encouraged to read 8 projects each, with the opportunity to read more.

9 October 2015
21 Nov 2017

New Announcement!

by Paul Osborn

On the 27th October volunteer to be a judge at the DECA fall conference – a great opportunity to give advice and feedback to young students of entrepreneurship and business.  Sign up here

3 September 2015
21 Nov 2017

New Announcement!

by Paul Osborn

DECA is looking for judges for its Fall mock competition – October 27th (Tuesday) 7:30am to 11:30am in Seattle. If you haven’t done this before, its really great fun – you get to meet a bunch of great kids.

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About DECA

Did you know that nine out of ten Americans believe that we have a leadership crisis?  Our solution – the DECA Experience.  This experience begins in the classroom.  Student members enroll in elective business and marketing courses, which have a curriculum that is specifically designed to prepare them to become our business and community leaders of tomorrow.  The classroom activities go far beyond textbook learning however.  Students operate their school stores, work in teams on various projects, and become involved in community service activities where they learn the importance of giving back.  In addition, every year Washington DECA students get an opportunity to participate in a variety of different leadership and career development conferences aimed at improving their teamwork and communication skills.

Judging Opportunities

State Career Development Conference. 

Every year DECA hosts 3600 students, teachers and chaperones for SCDC in Bellevue.  They typically recruit 600 judges for the day to evaluate student presentations. 

Washington DECA
200 West Mercer Street, Suite 207 | Seattle, WA  98119
O: 206.285.1195 | C: 901.201.0085 | F: 206.285.1192

A thank you note from the Area 7 Governor for the sponsorship of $2,000:

DECA Area Thankyou

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