THE STUDENTS AND ADVISORS CARRY OUT THIS ORGANIZATION'S MISSION!
DECA PREPARES EMERGING LEADERS AND ENTREPRENEURS IN MARKETING, FINANCE, HOSPITALITY AND MANAGEMENT IN HIGH SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES AROUND THE GLOBE.
This Co-Curricular student run organization is an Association of Marketing Students and one of the largest student organization on our campus! All students taking any of the Marketing Courses and/or Economics & Personal Finance Course at KGHS are eligible for membership in DECA. Dues of $30 are paid by September 30th for the full year's membership, which includes participation in all activities and events, including Conferences and Competitions, DECA Day at the Virginia State Fair, the Washington Wizards, and Kings Dominion, community service and leadership activities, fundraising projects, scholarships, and more.
You can fill out your STUDENT MEMBERSHIP FORM HERE Membership dues are $30 and can be turned in to your DECA Advisors at school - Dues are accepted in cash or check form made out to "King George High School" with KG DECA in the Memo.
KG DECA also accepts membership from DECA Alumni from any school and Professional members, typically business owners, supporters, & parents in King George and beyond (form below)
Co-Presidents Ava Creveling & Jenna Wynes
Co-Vice Presidents of Leadership Summer Preuss & Kaiya Wilson
Co-Vice President of Career Development Noah Miller & Elmery Paz
Co-Vice Presidents of Finance Alex Price & Tyler Truslow
Co-Vice Presidents of Marketing Dina Roushd & Kimora White & Virginia Yergey
Co-Vice Presidents of Hospitality Ashley Hayden & Lenique Morgan & Lia Paz
Past Presidents Kathryn Bennett & Linsey Spillman
Also at KG DECA
Virginia District 19 President Amira Tate
Are you Officer Material? Download the Officer Application Letter of Intent form above and return by April 10, 2024 to email@example.com
DECA’s Comprehensive Learning Program:
Integrates into Classroom Instruction – An integral component of classroom instruction, DECA activities provide authentic, experiential learning methods to prepare members for college and careers.
Applies Learning – DECA members put their knowledge into action through rigorous project-based activities that require creative solutions with practical outcomes.
Connects to Business – Partnerships with businesses at local and broader levels provide DECA members realistic insight into industry and promote meaningful, relevant learning.
Promotes Competition – As in the global economy, a spark of competition drives DECA members to excel and improve their performance.
DECA prepares the next generation to be:
Academically Prepared – DECA members are ambitious, high-achieving leaders equipped to conquer the challenges of their aspirations.
Community Oriented – recognizing the benefit of service and responsibility to the community, DECA members continually impact and improve their local and broader communities.
Professionally Responsible – DECA members are poised professionals with ethics, integrity and high standards.
Experienced Leaders – DECA members are empowered through experience to provide effective leadership through goal setting, consensus building and project implementation.
The purpose of DECA is to provide learning opportunities for students through goal-oriented Chapter activities. The focus of these activities is to develop greater understanding and appreciation of marketing, finance, hospitality, management, and entrepreneurship as well as grow the students' soft skills for workplace readiness in any setting. These activities contribute to occupational competence by promoting greater understanding and appreciation for the responsibilities of citizenship in our private and free enterprise system.
Experience the Difference!