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    1st Quarter News

    Latest news from Washington DECA for our 1st quarter back at school.Download   Read More...

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    MISSION MONDAY: Josh Walters & Omid Kazamani

    "What if?"That's the question that can solve a world of problems we didn't know existed. Skyline High School students Josh Walters & Omid Kazamani developed a new store layout & signage in response to customer confusion in retail stores. To tackle the needs in the back to school industry, they also created the concept of Back-to-School Bundles, grab-and-go collections of school essentials like pens, pencils, paper, and note cards. This #MissionMonday was ...  Read More...

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    MISSION MONDAY: William Zhou from Newport High School

    Imagine outperforming the S&P 500 performance goals by 15%... in high school. That's what Newport High School student William Zhuo added to his resume last year through the DECA Stock Market Game. William was able to live out the mission of Washington DECA by preparing for his future career in finance! Participants in the Stock Market Game develop and manage an investment portfolio.   Read More...

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    MISSION MONDAY: Julia & Ezabelle Bakh from Heritage High School

    The best way to be college & career ready? Start working now! Heritage High School students Julia & Ezabelle showcase their leadership & business skills through the Wolf-Den Cafe, a cafe in their school catered towards students! Their biggest lesson? Customer service is key!   Read More...

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    MISSION MONDAY: Shifa Somji from Newport High School

    Mission Monday is a weekly feature where we showcase our student members and the work they're doing to live out Washington DECA's mission of providing business and leadership opportunities to high school students to succeed in school, careers and life. The following is a project by Shifa Somji from Newport High School. Large numbers of young girls sign up to play chess in elementary schools; yet, by middle school, most of them quit playing chess. Out of about 1500 Grand Masters in the world...  Read More...

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