DECA students qualify for international competition

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Nine students from Whitefish High School will advance to the DECA International Career Development Conference after competing at state.

Whitefish was among 11 Montana schools who recently competed at the Montana DECA Career Development Conference in Great Falls. About 500 students total competed.

Whitefish brought 18 competitors to state to compete in marketing, finance, hospitality and tourism, business administration and entrepreneurship events through role playing, presentations and written research.

Depending on the event, the top two to three competitors qualify to compete at the international level. Although students may compete in multiple events at state, qualifiers may only compete in one event at the international conference.

The International Career Development Conference is April 24-30 in Anaheim, California. Approximately 18,000 students from nine countries are anticipated to attend.

Whitefish individual results:

Sports and Entertainment Marketing 5. Hayley Hileman

Restaurant and Food Services Management 1. Nitara Meads, 5. Cevana Lawshe

Marketing Communications 5. Taylor Kampf, 8. Abigail Lowry,

Human Resources Management 1. Emily Freudenberger

Hotel and Lodging Management 2. Emma Claire Spring,

Apparel and Accessories Marketing Series 2. Delaney Lewis, 6. Grace Scrafford

Business Finance 1. Zach Ade, 3. Abigail Lowry

Sports and Entertainment Marketing 12. Jonathan Mercer and Jack Spring

Travel and Tourism Marketing 1. Emma Claire Spring and Nitara Meads

Marketing Management Team 4. Taylor Kampf and Cevana Lawshe,

Business Law and Ethics 1. Delaney Lewis and Zach Ade

Principles Of Hospitality and Tourism 2. Jonathan Mercer

Principles of Marketing 2. Elizabeth Campbell, 7. Nadia Nargi

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