WI DECA

Wisconsin DECA has approximately 10,000 members across the State of Wisconsin. Career focused students build skills through DECA competition, conferences and business mentoring. DECA is a local, state and international organization. It is an integral component of the high school marketing education program which includes classroom and work based learning. Wisconsin DECA has mentored students for over 40 years. 

DECA has developed a brand that we can all be proud of and we must uphold its guiding principles and image.

DECA's Comprehensive Learning Program

  • Academically Prepared
  • Community Oriented
  • Professionally Responsible
  • Experienced Leaders

Become College & Career Ready in DECA. For more information visit: National DECA's Introduction/Overview

Want to learn more about Wisconsin DECA? Find out here! --> http://www.wideca.org/

 

DECA Membership Video -- "I am DECA!"

 

Tim Fandek
Chartered Association Advisor
Email: timothy.fandek@dpi.wi.gov
Phone: 608-267-9253

 

 

What's New in Wisconsin DECA

2015 Sports and Entertainment Marketing Conference Registration Packet is now available for download!
2015-2016 State Officer Application Packet (last updated 12/1/2014)
2014-2015 Wisconsin DECA Chapter Management Guide

2014-2015 Wisconsin DECA Calendar is HERE! (last updated 9/4/2014)

2014-2015 Wisconsin DECA Community Service Guide
Wisconsin DECA Links to Important Online Forms [475K, 2 pages]

Download the personalized Join DECA Poster 

 

Program Information

 

Resources

 

Associations

Online Membership Registration

WI DECA Agenda Request Form

 

WI DECA Board Meeting Minutes

 WI DECA Middle School

 Wisconsin Standards for Technical Education 

 

Central Region Leadership Conference
 

Organizing Your DECA Chapter

 

DECA Expense Voucher Form

DECA, Inc.

WI DECA

Wisconsin Marketing Education Association
 

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For questions about this information, contact Timothy Fandek (608) 267-9253