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  • 1.
  • 2. THE CONNECTICUT DECA STATE OFFICER TEAMWELCOMES YOU!
  • 3. PRESIDENTEMILY SOCHA
    ACTIONS OF THE PRESIDENT
    Leads meetings
    Composing agendas
    Schedule meetings
    Compose reports and letters
    Contribute to all events
    Fall Leadership Conference
    State Career Development Conference
    ***Need to prioritize!
  • 4. VICE-PRESIDENTSTEPHANIE ORSER
    ACTIONS OF THE VP
    • Offers assistance to the President
    • 5. Assumes The president’s responsibilities if he/she is absent
    • 6. Offers assistance to fellow officers
  • SECRETARY
    AMBER KOUNTZ
    ACTIONS OF THE SECRETARY
    • Minutes
    – Take notes during DECA meetings
    – Distribute minutes to DECA officers
    • Correspondence
    – Communicate with chapter leaders and school
    administrators
    – Correspond with community members
    • Attendance
    – Participate at all DECA functions
  • 7. TREASURER
    NICK PEREZ
    • keeps track of expenses
    • 8. budgets
    • 9. collecting money
    I joined DECA for the great travel
    opportunities. When I attended my first
    ICDC in 2009, I realized that DECA was
    more than just a way to have fun, but as a
    way to gain leadership and business skills.
    ACTIONS OF THE SECRETARY
  • 10. REPORTER
    JASON KELLY
    ACTIONS OF THE REPORTER
    • Newsletter
    • 11. Reporting to local chapters
    • 12. Helps out the team with anything needed 
     * “failure to plan is planning to fail”
  • 13. HISTORIAN
    GABRIELLE GANGI
    ACTIONS OF THE HISTORIAN
    • Taking photos at meetings
    • 14. Keeping true to DECA
    • 15. Saving materials for the Records
    • 16. Updating the Facebook page
  • Why DECA?
    -passionate members
    -enthusiasm
    -direction for students
    -real world experience
    -confidence
    -pride
  • 17. SCHOOL SIZE
    It’s true, historically many of our state officers have come from the larger schools, Danbury, Hamden, Windham etc.
    BUT WHAT ABOUT SMALL SCHOOLS?
    My school, The Gilbert School has had 3 State Officers in the past 5 years!
    Population: about 400 students
  • 18. Is being an officer right for you?
    Passion & dedication
    Make a time commitment
    Be a leader
    Be a team player
    Desire to learn new skills
    LOVE DECA
  • 19. Why be an officer?
    Great experience
    Meet many people
    Learn new skills
    Use your skills
    Self accomplishment
    Amazing Opportunities for Travel
    Planning for your future
    ( many jobs as well as colleges love seeing further involvement on your application!)
  • 20. Responsibilities?
    OTC – POW, Charitable Org.
    Monthly meetings
    5th of the month reports
    FLC, SCDC
    Events
    Fundraising
    Keeping on Task!
  • 21. Tips to becoming an officer
    Be prepared
    Materials early, on time, bring a smile and positive attitude
    Study
    Written test, practice interview questions
    Be yourself
    Genuine, realistic, “smart”
    Honest with yourself and your abilities
    BE A LEADER
    Don’t forget 5000 members will be looking up to you!!
    Have fun with the interview!
    BE PASSIONATE
  • 22. THANK YOU!ENJOY THE REST OF YOUR DAY!