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1 DECA Update Krystin Glover Georgia DECA Board President Shannon Aaron Georgia DECA Executive Director

2 Georgia DECA Board of Directors DirectorPositionLocation Krystin GloverPresident, Western RegionWhitewater High School VacantNortheast Region Sharon ShahanPresident Elect, Central RegionRockdale Career Academy Joey WillsNorthwest RegionDalton High School Tom SchwarzSouthern RegionCamden County High School Tim BuffordSecretary, Eastern RegionCross Creek High School Ex-OfficioPositionLocation Shannon AaronExecutive DirectorGeorgia DECA Linda SmithProgram SpecialistDOE Bettina TateGMEA PresidentSavannah Chatham Co. Schools Bob ArmbrusterBoard PresidentDECA Foundation Walter BurgessIndustry Certification ChairLee County High School

3 Board Vacancies Western Eastern Northeast Application available next week If more than 1 candidate from each region, the region will vote per survey monkey First meeting is at Fall LDC

4 Welcome New DECA Advisors!

5 THRIVE ON YOUR CHAPTERS SUCCESS Promotional Campaign Global Entrepreneurship Week Campaign Community Service Campaign Membership Campaign Advocacy Campaign

6 PROMOTIONAL CAMPAIGN

7 GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK CAMPAIGN

8 COMMUNITY SERVICE CAMPAIGN

9 Rewards and Recognition One Campaign – Pennant – Certificate Two Campaigns – Pennant – Plaque – DECA flag – Three allocations to THRIVE ACADEMY at ICDC

10 MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN

11 Rewards and Recognition One Category – Pennant – Certificate Two Categories – Pennant – Plaque – DECA flag – Three allocations to THRIVE ACADEMY at ICDC

12 ADVOCACY CAMPAIGN

13 Rewards and Recognition All Categories – Pennant – Plaque from DECAs Congressional Advisory Board – Letter of Recognition

14 Georgia DECA Image Georgia DECA Facebook & Twitter page – Maintained by State Office – Geared toward student members Georgia DECA Website – Maintained by State Office – Updated this year with new information!

15 Dress Code The Dress Code for Males is: 1. Young men should be dressed in appropriate business-like attire suitable to each occasion. No Shorts, Blue Jeans, Cutoffs, or T- shirts. 2. Business attire of coat, dress slacks, collared shirt and tie, shoes (no tennis shoes or flip flop sandals) and socks will be expected at all times. 3. A DECA blazer worn with neat slacks, shirt and tie will be considered appropriate attire for any occasion. The Dress Code for Females is: 1. Young women should be dressed in appropriate business-like attire suitable to each occasion. No Shorts, Blue Jeans, Cutoffs, or T-shirts. 2. Business attire skirts/dresses (no more than 2 from knee) and blouses or professional pant suits/slacks and dress blouse with appropriate undergarments, shoes (pumps, heels or flats; no tennis shoes or flip flop sandals) will be expected. 3. A DECA Blazer worn with neat business-like pants and blouses will be considered appropriate for any occasion. Dress Slacks are highly recommended! Georgia DECA Official Dress for Males: DECA Blazer Dress Shirt Neck Tie or Bow Tie Dress Slacks Dress Shoes & Socks Georgia DECA Official Dress for Females: DECA Blazer Dress Shirt/Blouse Dress Slacks/Skirt (modest length, no more than 2 from knee) Suntan Hosiery (optional) Dress Pumps

16 Competition Rules Students will be allowed to compete in more than 1 competitive event, with a maximum of 2 events this year. Students may participate in both 1 chapter event and 1 individual event. Students will be allowed to compete in 2 manual events as long as 1 is an individual manual and 1 is a chapter manual. Students will not be allowed to compete in 2 events with tests, even though the tests may be the same, unless 1 is a Georgia Testing Only Event. Students will not be allowed to compete in 2 role play events, even though one may be an individual and one may be a team. Students will not be allowed to compete in a role play event and a manual event with a test. If a student competes in a testing event at Region Competition and does not advance to state, they will be allowed to compete in one of the testing events that does not have a region preliminary requirement (ex: team decision making events) and a manual (non testing), or they can compete in a manual (testing).

17 Local Officer Training Program As indicated on the Program of Work, each chapter is required to complete a Local Officer Training Program Local Officer Training Program is on website now (homepage and under Chapter Resources).

18 Affiliation Per the Program of Work, your chapter must be PAID and AFFILIATED by October 1, 2012 You do not have to have every member by this date, but you must be registered and affiliated This report will be forwarded to the State Department

19 Membership Campaign Thrive for Thirteen Increase your chapter by 13 members or 13 % Deadline is February 13, 2013 Incentives – Reserved seating at State CDC – Recognition & Framed Certificate – 1 Slot to ICDC

20 Work Win Wow September 14, 2012 (Rockdale Career Academy) It will consist of 3 sessions, business panel, and GMEA/DOE/DECA Update Registration fee of $50 will include breakfast, 2 breaks, lunch, and conference materials Registration is now open online

21 Business of Baseball Atlanta Braves Event September 25, 2012 Details and Pricing to come in the next few weeks

22 DECA Day with the Falcons Sunday, September 30, 2012 Atlanta Falcons vs. Carolina Panthers Special Price $40. $5 per ticket goes to the DECA Foundation Encourage participation!

23 Fall Rally Friday, October 12th Keynote Speaker- Ben Glenn Agenda: 9:30am-10:00amRegistration 10:00am-11:30amGeneral Session/Keynote Speaker 11:30am-12:00pm Chapter Membership Poster Voting 12:00pmLunch (on your own) 1:00pmFair Rides Open 1:00pmDECA Theme Speech Competition (open to spectators)

24 Fall Rally Chapter Membership Poster – 1 st Place- $150, Plaque, Ribbon – 2 nd Place- $100, Ribbon – 3 rd Place- $75, Ribbon – 4 th Place- $50, Ribbon – 5 th Place- $25, Ribbon – 6 th – 10 th Place- Ribbon

25 Fall Rally Individual Theme Speech Event (Top 10) – 1 st Place- $150, Plaque, Ribbon – 2 nd Place- $100, Ribbon – 3 rd Place- $75, Ribbon – 4 th Place- $50, Ribbon – 5 th Place- $25, Ribbon – 6 th – 10 th Place- Ribbon

26 Fall Rally Chapter T-shirt Design(Top 10) – 1 st Place- $150, Plaque, Ribbon – 2 nd Place- $100, Ribbon – 3 rd Place- $75, Ribbon – 4 th Place- $50, Ribbon – 5 th Place- $25, Ribbon – 6 th – 10 th Place- Ribbon

27 Fall Rally Brochure Event-Membership or Foundation (Top 10) – 1 st Place- $150, Plaque, Ribbon – 2 nd Place- $100, Ribbon – 3 rd Place- $75, Ribbon – 4 th Place- $50, Ribbon – 5 th Place- $25, Ribbon – 6 th – 10 th Place- Ribbon

28 Fall Leadership Development Conference November 1-2, 2012 (The Classic Center, Athens, GA) – Pre-Conference Workshops – College Fair & Village Activities – Statesman Test (no charge!, must score 90%) – Membership Recruitment Competition 1 st Place- Plaque & 1 ICDC Slot 2 nd Place- Plaque & 1 ICDC Slot 3 rd Place- Plaque & 1 ICDC Slot – Thrive Leadership Workshops (geared toward advisors, chapter officers, new members, & competitive events) – Foundation Theme Baskets – Dance

29 Georgia Only Testing Events November 26-30, 2012 Online Testing, Top 10 earn slots to ICDC Cost- $5 per student At Home School, Students test only once, limit 1 test per student Tests – Advertising Services – Buying & Merchandising – Entrepreneurship – Free Enterprise Economics – Marketing Math – Selling

30 Region Competition Online Testing January 17-23, 2013 Testing opens 8am on January 17 th and closes at 5pm on January 23 rd Region Hosts will receive results by 8am on January 24th Only Principles of Business & Administration Events and Individual Series Events will participate in Online Testing Role Plays will take place at Region Competition. Need Region 1, 5A, 5B hosts Cost- $8 for state fee plus region fee

31 State Online Testing February 4-7, 2013 Results will be sent out before State CDC Early Bird Deadline Events: – Principles of Business & Admin (Top 20) – Individual Series (Top 20) – Team Decision Making (Top 15) – Marketing Representative Events – Professional Selling

32 State CDC February 28-March 2(Sheraton Hotel Atlanta) Tentative Agenda Thursday, February 28, :00pm-7:00pmRegistration 4:00pm-7:00pmLeadership Villages 8:00pmOpening Session 11:30pmCurfew Friday, March 1, :00am-12:00pmRegistration 8:00am-2:00pmRole Play Events & State Only Role Plays 8:00am-4:00pmLeadership Villages 8:00am-4:00pmEmerging Leader Academy 10:00am-3:00pmFoundation Expo & Campaign Booths 2:00pm-7:00pmWritten Manual Presentations 8:30pmBusiness & Election Session 10:00pm-11:30pmDance & Foundation Event 12:15pmCurfew Saturday, March 2, :00amAwards Ceremony Winners Meeting State Action Team Meeting

33 State CDC 3 Voting Delegates Per Chapter 1 or 2 night option New Emerging Leader Academy & Competition Reserved Seating for Membership Campaign Participants 2014 State CDC- Sheraton Hotel Atlanta, February 27-March 1, 2014

34 ICDC April 24-27, 2013 Anaheim California $110 Registration Fee Hotel information and details will be given at WorkWinWow

35 Georgia DECA Foundation It is IMPERATIVE that advisors, chapters, alumni, and parents support the Foundation! Incentives: With a $25 donation… – The chapter will receive (1) extra competitor slot to be used at region or state You can receive (1) slot for an advisor donation and (1) slot for a chapter donation for a total of (2) slots – The chapter members will be eligible to apply for needs scholarships

36 GMEA Membership Incentive Each advisor that is a PAID and CURRENT member of ACTE/GACTE/GMEA will receive (2) extra competitor slots for their chapter to use at region or state competition You must be PAID and CURRENT through March 1, 2013 Please check your membership to see if it is coming up for renewal so you dont miss out! Deadline to renew membership or join for extra competitor slots is December 1, 2012

37 Georgia DECA Activities DATEACTIVITYLOCATION$ 9/14//2012WorkWinWowRockdale Career Academy-Conyers$50 9/24-25/2012New CTAE Teacher WorkshopMacon, GACTAE 9/30/2012DECA Day with the FalconsGeorgia Dome$40 10/12/2012Fall RallyGeorgia National Fair-Perry$15/$30 11/1-2/2012Fall Leadership ConferenceThe Classic Center- Athens, GA$60 11/16-18/2012Power TripWashington, DCTBD 11/26-30/2012GA Only Testing EventsIndividual Schools$5 1/17-23/2013Region Online TestingIndividual SchoolsHosts 1/24/2013Region CompetitionVarious LocationsHosts 2/4-7/2013State Competition TestingIndividual Schoolsnone 2/28- 3/2/2013 State CDCSheraton Hotel Atlanta$75 4/24-27/2013ICDCAnaheim, CA$ 110+


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