MIHS students qualify for DECA international conference

  • Tuesday, March 23, 2021 12:01pm
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Twenty-one Mercer Island High School students have qualified for the DECA International Career Development Conference by virtue of their outstanding performances in the recent Washington state conference.

They are:

Diego Silva; Principles of Finance; Individual; fifth place

Casey Feldman; Principles of Hospitality and Tourism; Individual; first place

Ashleigh Chapin; Principles of Marketing; Individual; first place

Paul Noone; Accounting; Individual; finalist

Alex Castleman; Auto; Individual; eighth place

Mikayla Geisner; Business Services Marketing; Individual; fifth place

Charlotte Wood; Marketing Communications; Individual; eighth place

Mira Patel; Quickserve Management; Individual; eighth place

Carys Ciobanu; Buying and Merchandising; Team; fifth place

Kayla Levin; Buying and Merchandising; Team; fifth place

Caitlin Barber; Financial Services; Team; finalist

Caden Schreuder; Financial Services; Team; finalist

Kayla Friedman; Travel and Tourism; Team; third place

Hannah Hobson; Travel and Tourism; Team; third place

John Novak; International Business Plan; Team; finalist

Kieran Watson; International Business Plan; Team; finalist

Natalie Sim; International Business Plan; Individual; finalist

Tiana Luu; International Business Plan; Team; third place

Mikayla Geisner; International Business Plan; Team; third place

Ava Chatalas; Business Services Operations Research; Team; finalist

Vaiva Raisys; Business Services Operations Research; Team; finalist

The ceremony can be viewed at: https://www.wadeca.org/scdc/#awards


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