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prepares emerging leaders & entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality & management in high schools and colleges around the globe.
 "With over a 60 year history, DECA has touched the lives of more than ten million students, educators, school administrators and business professionals since it was founded in 1946.  Their strong connection with our organization has resonated into a brand that people identify as a remarkable experience in the preparation of emerging leaders and entrepreneurs.  DECA's programs and activities have constantly evolved as we use the latest technology and apply cutting edge educational research.  Our core focus has remained consistent and is captured in our mission." (deca.org)

Fostoria DECA
Fostoria DECA has been around since the 1960s and very active both in and outside the community.  To be a member of DECA, students must be enrolled in the marketing education class either as a junior or senior.  Second year students must complete an internship or co-op.  Many local businesses have been very supportive both as employers and/or sponsors.  They include, but are not limited to:

Bob Evans     Burger King     Cheddars     Family Video     Finish LIne     Fostoria Focus     Hot Topic     K-Mart     Kroger     McDonald's     Pizza Hut     Roppe Corp.     Sears     Taco Bell     Wal-mart     Your Kid's Closet

Students who would like to be a part of the Marketing and DECA should see Mrs. Hollister or their guidance counselor for an application.


Fostoria DECA Members Shine at the District Competition

Fostoria High School Marketing Education students competed in the District II DECA Competition on Tuesday, the 24th of January.   DECA, which is a co-curricular student organization, is for students interested in business and marketing.  Students compete in a variety of different events including advertising, promotions, hospitality, finance, business administration and marketing.  Most events require students to take a 100 question objective test and complete a role-play where a business problem or situation is solved. There were 10 schools represented and over 400+ students competing. Students placing 5th or higher are recognized at the competition and students that place in the top three or four (depending on the event) advance to the state DECA competition, which will be held in Columbus on March 17th and 18th.   

Competition results are as follows: 

 *Sports and Entertainment Team Management – 1st Place – Jarrett Lorenzen and Jayden Stanton
*Apparel and Accessories Series – 1st Place – Naija Miller
*Buying and Merchandising Team Management – 2nd Place – Skylar Garcia and Gabe Turner
*Business Services Series – 2nd Place – Jeremiah Brough
*Marketing Communications Series – 3rd Place – Trey Yates
*Principles of Business Administration – 3rd Place – Jace Boff
Innovation Promotional Plan – 4th Place – Lamont Stahl
*Principles of Hospitality and Tourism – 4th Place – Raime Bernal
Professional Selling – 4th Place – Adrian Kleba
Professional Selling – 5th Place – Raven Oman
Hospitality and Tourism Selling – 5th Place – Shanelle Smith
Human Resource Management – 5th Place – Tysen Latanasibounluang
*Students qualified to compete at the State DECA Competition

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DECA

Michele Hollister

DECA Teacher

mhollister@fostoriaschools.org 

Phone: 419-436-4110

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