For the City Times
11 Lincoln High School students and members of the Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) have qualified for national competition in Nashville, Tennessee in April.
The 2016 DECA State Career Development Conference was held in Lake Geneva, WI on Mar. 8-10, with state recognition and awards in the categories of community service, sponsorship, fundraising, and leadership. Approximately 1,400 students from across the state participated in the conference.
27 Lincoln High School DECA members attended the conference where they demonstrated their skills and knowledge in various marketing, management, and entrepreneurship related occupational categories. The following members have earned awards and are national qualifiers:
Veronica Berger, Accounting Applications, 6th place & National Qualifier, Colton Capelle Food Marketing, Raquel Charpentier, Financial Services Team, Medalist, Emma Dorshorst, Automotive Services, Medalist, Katrina Hassig, Financial Services Team, Medalist, Josh Jenks Marketing Management, Medalist & National Qualifier, Cody Kohls, Sports & Entertainment Team, Medalist, Taylor Langemeier, Sports & Entertainment Team, Medalist, Jacob Morman, Economics, Medalist, Austin Reimer, Sports and Entertainment Team, Jordan Siler, Food Marketing, Christian Smith, Quick Serve Restaurant Management, Medalist, Patrick Spray Quick Serve Restaurant Management Economics, Medalist.
Berger, Capelle, Charpentier, Dorshorst, Hassig, Jenks, Kohls, Langemeier, Reimer, Siler, and Spray qualified to attend the International Conference in Nashville, Tennessee on Apr. 22-26.