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DECA: Aspire Higher

DECA – An association of marketing students. DECA is a student leadership organization that provides hands-on leadership development. Students learn how to develop, price, place, and promote products in the right business setting. DECA builds self-confidence, work attitudes, and communication skills. DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe. DECA gives student the edge at the next level.


Read what is happening in DECA via Twitter. Stay up-to-date with DECA and join the conversation by following DECA on Twitter @DECAInc.

View DECA publications online at http://issuu.com/decainc http://fb.me/17QWCkjww
9 Nov

SimpleTuition Tip: Seniors: Remember to ask teachers, employers or advisors for letters of recommendation. Send a… http://fb.me/I3PxJlL0
7 Nov

I posted 6 photos on Facebook in the album “DECA’s Innovations and Entrepreneurship Conference 2011” http://fb.me/11lY1Tp5b
6 Nov

Just finished DECA’s Innovations and Entrepreneurship Conference with a zest of creativity from The Blue Man… http://fb.me/OLnX5t18
5 Nov

DECA Images is pleased to introduce the 2nd annual ICDC T-Shirt Design Contest. Details are available at… http://fb.me/15ZlCRQwT
1 Nov

Get a sneak preview of DECA Dimensions. Coming soon to a DECA chapter near you! This issue is focused on Global… http://fb.me/PmbUHcFR
31 Oct

DECA alum and entrepreneur Josh Shipp’s own TV show, JUMP SHIPP, debuts in less than a week! Learn more at… http://fb.me/16NJKOtUw
17 Oct

Thanks everyone for a great DECA Day on Facebook yesterday. Please keep posting the awesome ways you are… http://fb.me/1lfrmhxej
12 Oct

Share the power of DECA by sharing our new public service announcement! Thanks to everyone who has posted comments… http://fb.me/Okp2wIiO
11 Oct

Utah DECA has approximately 2,000 members in 50 chapters. If you are not a member of DECA, and would like to become a member, talk to your school counselor to get connected with the DECA advisor in your school.

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