WHS DECA Members Competed in Career Development Conference

Department:  High School  
Type:  Student Achievement  
 
Congrats to the members of Weston DECA who competed in the Massachusetts DECA 58th annual Career Development Conference on March 11 and 12 , 2017.  Weston took 12 students to the conference, most of them qualifying for the first time.  Overall it was a great success.  These students competed in their respective categories ranging from Financial Consulting to Fashion Merchandising.  Below are their results
 
 
Arda Cataltepe                                                            1st  place                               Financial Consulting
Jack Dangelmaier and Michael Malenfant                  13th place                               Business Service Operations
Erica Leung                                                                 14th Place                              Franchise Business Plan
Courtney Burrow                                                         15th Place                              Public Relations Project
Juan Cotes, Dhruv Sumathi and Tyler Morris              16th Place                              International Business Plan
Ben Goldstone                                                              19th Place                             Principles of Finance
James Summers                                                           21st Place                             Financial Consulting
Sophia Hoaglund and Sophia Scully-Power                  28th Place                            Fashion Merchandising
 
 
Because of his 1st place finish Arda will be heading to Anaheim California in late April to compete in the International Career Development Conference.  In addition, three other students will also be attending leadership workshops while there.
 
This is the 4th time in 6th years of Weston DECA that that a student has qualified for the International Competition.  Congrats to all!
 
 

 
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