Pennsylvania DECA Celebrates a Successful ICDC

Pennsylvania DECA Celebrates a Successful ICDC

Anaheim, CA - Pennsylvania DECA congratulates its over 450 members who attended the 2017 DECA International Career Development Conference in Anaheim, CA this past April. During the school year, approximately 120,000 of DECA’s 225,000 student members take part in the organization’s competitive events program, allowing them to compete for local and regional titles. The competitions are designed to simulate real-life business scenarios and test students’ academic understanding and skills development. The top state and provincial winners put their talents to the test during the program’s final round of competition in Anaheim. The DECA International Career Development Conference was the pinnacle of competition where nearly 16,000 students vied for international honors. Over $500,000 in scholarships and awards were presented to students and teachers for their achievements.

This year’s #DECAICDC featured a record-breaking 19,000 members and advisors in attendance, DECA’s largest conference to date. In addition to career-based competition, DECA members engaged in leadership academies and networking opportunities with over 60 internationally recognized businesses.

Pennsylvania DECA also recognizes the following members for their achievements at #DECAICDC:

2nd Place:            FOR       Jonathan Deuber & Amir Shanehsazzadel, Upper Merion

3rd Place:             VBCSP   Radhik Patel & Zach Bradlow, The Shipley School

Top 10:                 IBP         Dan Duffy & Liam Conway, Owen J. Roberts

Top 10 :                QSRM    Lucas Gray, Owen J. Roberts

Finalist:                 BTDM    Adlai Metzger & Morgan Mochulski, Downingtown STEM

Finalist:                 FTDM    Rahul Rao & Abhiram Reddy, Downingtown STEM

Finalist:                 STDM    Patrick Holoviak & Aziz Salamy, State College

Finalist:                 AAM      Iris Li, State College

Finalist:                 ASM       Elizabeth Bjorklund, Rustin

Finalist:                 FMS       Jasmine Powell, The Shipley School

Finalist:                 QSRM     Nathan Latimer, Henderson

Finalist:                 RFSM      Hannah Svelling, East

Finalist:                 RMS        Tejas Wein, State College

Medallion:          HTDM        Test,  Nikos Papanikolau, George Washington

Medallion:          TTDM         Test,  Jonathan Xu, Conestoga

Medallions:          ASM         Test & Role Play,  James Armstrong, Downingtown STEM

Medallion:          ASM           Test, Anthony Repetto, Bishop Shanahan

Medallion:          BSM          Role Play, Manshu Sharma, The Hill School

Medallion:          HRM         Test, Rachel McClaine, Bethel Park 

Medallion:          QSRM       Role Play, Kamila Levine, Upper Merion                 

Medallion:          RFSM      Test, Samantha Hartnett, Chartiers Valley

Medallion:          SEM          Role Play, Leah Jardel, East Stroudsburg

Medallion:          PFL           Test, Nicole Sergiwa, The Hill School

Medallion:          PSE           Test, Gurleen Singh, Upper Darby

Pennsylvania DECA also congratulates Donald LeCompte, former PA DECA state president, for his tenure as 2016-2017 DECA Executive President and the work he did to further DECA's mission across the globe.

ABOUT DECA:

DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management. DECA enhances the preparation for college and careers by providing co-curricular programs that integrate into classroom instruction, apply learning, connect to business and promote competition. For more information about DECA, please visit our website and to see the conversation from this year’s conference follow #DECAICDC on Twitter

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