Full refunds have been sent, or checks received for registration have been or will be returned to the school.

  • DECA Announces Multiple Cancellations: Under the proclamation of a state of emergency in Kansas City, events scheduled in Kansas City with more than 1,000 attendees are cancelled. That means DECA’s State Career Development Conference (SCDC) will not take place in Kansas City. Instead, DECA will use a virtual platform to determine our state winners. Details pertaining to testing and written event projects will be emailed to chapter advisors and posted on the Missouri DECA website.  
    In addition, due to the increasing numbers of school closures around the state and the cancellation of ICDC, Missouri DECA is cancelling its planned virtual SCDC. MO DECA is also cancelling the Excellence in Marketing Education reception at the Governor’s Mansion on May 14. State officer elections have been postponed. Please remain connected with DECA’s social media channels (and this webpage) for more updates as they emerge.

National DECA Scholarship Recipient

National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) – Student Scholarship

Cara Cha, Lee Summit High School, MO

Vallri Eichhorn, Advisor

The 2019-2020 District Vice Presidents

District 1 - Mackenzie Albright from Park Hill High School - Advisor, Matt Magnuson
District 2 - Alan McCarter from Boonslick Technical Education Center  - Advisor, Leslie Crider
District 3 –Alivia Brewer from Blue Springs South High School – Advisor, Shelli Ray
District 4 – Nicole Overbay from Fort Osage Career & Tech Center – Advisor, Tracy Hastings
District 5 – Jake Thoenen from Camdenton High School – Advisor, Karen Fehrmann
District 6 – Olivia Riek from Wentzville Timberland High School – Advisor, Michael Oliva

District 8 – Kelci Moore from Pacific High School – Advisor, Nancy Pfeiffer

District 9 – Bao Nguyen from Bayless High School – Advisor, Colton Wooldridge

District 10 – Elijah Clymer from East Newton High School – Advisor, Denise Stafford

District 11 – Ethan Paladino from Ozark High School – Advisor, Grant Jenkins

State Action Team 72

President & VP of Communication

Mariah Lawrence

Blue Springs High School

Kelly Fowler, Advisor

VP of Advocacy

Emma Price

Camdenton High School

Karen Fehrmann , Advisor

VP of Membership

Ella Claas

Tipton High School

Trisha Bailey, Advisor

VP of Business Partnerships

Fletcher Orr

Columbia Hickman High School

Scott Fuenfhausen, Advisor

VP of Community Service

Kiley Bailey

Tipton High School

Trisha Bailey, Advisor

ICDC Champions

Thomas Wons & Matthew Tiller

Blue Springs South HS

Virtual Business - Restaurant

215000 Members
3500 High School Chapters
5500 Advisors
275 Collegiate Chapters

With nearly a 70-year history, DECA has impacted the lives of more than ten million students, educators, school administrators and business professionals since it was founded.  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 missions. 

DECA's Comprehensive Learning Program integrates into classroom instruction, applies learning, connects to business and promotes competition.  Working with members in DECA provides an experience that teaching in the classroom alone can't provide.  While collaborating with DECA members on co-curricular projects and activities, advisors also serve as mentors and coaches.  

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