Local Scott Tech DECA members compete at Virtual District Career Development Conference
A total of 22 students of the Missouri DECA Chapter at Scott Tech competed in their first virtual District Competition in February. DECA is part of the Marketing Program at SRTC and prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs to be college and career ready.
Of those, 15 students received first, second or third place awards and qualified to compete at the virtual State DECA Competition in March. Jill Fannin serves as the local DECA chapter advisor at SRTC.
Award winners included:
• Colton Rickard (Billings) – first place – Principles of Marketing
• Joseph Flores (Cassville) – first place – Apparel & Accessories Marketing Individual Series
• Madison Williams (Monett) – first place – Hospitality Professional Selling Event
• Jared Canales (Monett) -- first place – Business Finance Individual Serie
• Preston Adams (Miller) and Emily Mondragon (Monett) – first place – Buying & Merchandising Business Operations Research Plan
• Gavin King (Pierce City) and Alyson Harter (Billings) – first place – Project Management Sales Project
• David Alvarez (Monett) and Aubrey Remenar (Cassville) – first place – Entrepreneurship Innovation Plan
• John Cabrera (Monett) – second place – Quick Service Rest. Individual Series
• Racheal Herrera (Miller) – second place – Startup Business Place
• Cameron George (Monett) – second place – Sports & Entertainment Marketing Individual Series
• Olivia Osborn (Berean) – second place – Automotive Service Marketing Individual Series
• Dylan Lynch (Monett) – third place – Principles of Hospitality and Tourism
Jill Fannin serves as the local DECA chapter advisor at SRTC.