October 27, 2020
It's not too late to submit entries! DECA's annual pumpkin contest continues through Halloween. Participating in the contest is a great virtual or in-person social event for your members. This year's competition includes four categories for members to show off their creative masterpieces.
DECA Month Begins This Sunday

From recalling your favorite DECA memories and completing chapter campaigns to participating in virtual events, #DECAMonth is all about the many reasons you love being a DECA advisor.
Make a Difference in the U.S. 2020 Election

Every time members share their personalized registration link, they'll be entered for a chance to win a $1,000 scholarship. Even if they are not eligible to vote, they can still help register others!
Free Webinar from Facebook Blueprint

Join us on November 3 for a free, live training session on “Facebook Advertising, Recognizing Misinformation Online & Launching a Career in Social Media Marketing”. Register to attend now.
Professional Learning Research Study

Help us develop DECA's professional learning standards with clear and specific performance expectations for new and experienced chapter advisors. Your participation is voluntary, but we recommend you complete the survey no later than October 30.
Virtual Ideas

Our "new normal" is an opportunity to think outside the box! See how a few SBEs have transformed to keep their operations thriving virtually.
In-Person Ideas

See how some SBEs have made creative adjustments to their in-person operations to remain fully or partially open while meeting local guidelines.
SBE Certification

Download the 2020-2021 certification guidelines to see the multiple options available to your school-based enterprises this year.
Full-Tuition Business Scholarship Programs
Students can unlock their potential with a four-year, full-tuition scholarship and premier academic programming from the
top-ranked business school at the University of St. Thomas. Encourage them to apply for the Schulze Innovation Scholarship or the GHR Fellows Program by January 8, 2021.
Supporting Students' Academic Goals
Your members deserve a great education and the W. P. Carey School of Business can help them pay for it. Awarding over one million dollars in scholarships each year, we take our responsibility seriously in developing the next generation of business leaders.
U.S. Army ROTC
Students can develop leadership skills that allow them to lead in any career while earning money for college tuition. When students graduate and complete Army ROTC, they'll commission as an officer in the U.S. Army.