Camelback Marketing and Entrepreneurship Students Compete With Over 2000 Students at the DECA State Career Development Conference
Posted by Community Relations on 3/18/2015
Forty-six Camelback Marketing and Entrepreneurship students competed with over 2000 students at the DECA State Career Development Conference, and 19 are heading to the next round of competition-the International Career Development Conference. That event will host 27,000 students from around the world, in Orlando, Florida, April 24-29. The Camelback students won in areas of written events, research, and presentation to businessmen and women. “Our students spent hours outside of the school day to complete these projects in the evenings, weekends, and holidays,” Marketing teachers and DECA advisors Julia Bourdo and Maria Abrams said. The students and their events are: Angelina Luangphone- Entrepreneurship 11-page written event; Jessica Ulloa and Alejandra Lugo- 5-page Innovation Project;; Katherine Hill- 5-page Innovation Project; Taciara Vega and Evelyn Vazquez- 30-page Entrepreneurship Project; Gilbert Lopez, Alejandro and Fernando Mata- 30-page Entrepreneurship Project; Miriam Ornelas, Julia Ortiz and Miguel Palamares- 30 -page Growing your Business; Juan Aguilar, Roberto Garcia and Leslie Cisneros-30-page Sports and Entertainment Research Project; Ana Craft and Vanessa Castandea-30-page Hospitality and Tourism Research Project; Veronica Meza and Cecilia Mendez- 30-page Business Operation Research Project.