Wilmot UHS do well at 2019 Wisconsin DECA’s State Career Development Conference

/Submitted photo

Nine Wilmot DECA members competed at Wisconsin DECA’s State Career Development Conference in Lake Geneva on March 4 and 5. This year’s
theme was “Ready For It.”

Carissa Pittman and Lauren Christensen presented the Wilmot gold re-certified school-based enterprise, The Paw. Pittman also competed in the Business Services Marketing series event. Christensen earned a medal for a role play in the Human Resource Management event. Olivia Pachol presented her Financial Consulting plan and competed in the Business Finance series event.

Caryn Daniels earned a medal for her cluster exam in Restaurant and Food Service Management. Jake Maki earned a medal for a role play in the Quick Service Restaurant Management event. Cade Girardi also got on stage and received a medal for his role play in Quick Service Restaurant Management.

Angelina Burzawa presented her ideas for the Hospitality and Tourism Professional Selling event. She competed in Hotel and Lodging Management, earning a medal for one of her role plays. The team of Cassie Loeffler and Madelyn Lindeman competed in Buying and Merchandising Team Decision
Making. They also presented their Integrated Marketing Campaign – Product promotional plan. Both ladies were recognized on stage and earned
6th place overall for their written project and presentation. Lindeman and Loeffler qualified to attend ICDC in Orlando this April.

The team of Maki and Girardi were among the top ten finalists in the Entrepreneurship Independent Business Plan written project event. Lauren Christensen completed her term as Vice President of Leadership Development for Wisconsin DECA.

The International Career Development Conference will be held in Orlando, Florida on April 26-30.

Jake Maki and Cade Girardi. /Submitted photo

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