UW-Green Bay students represent at Wisconsin Collegiate DECA fall leadership conference
Four UW-Green Bay students attended the Wisconsin Collegiate DECA fall leadership conference in Pewaukee. Students developed their leadership skills in breakout sessions and prepared for state competitions in spring. Pictured from left to right are Jackie Schelter (Business Administration) Nick Blasczyk (Business Administration) Anna Gane (Business Administration) and Ryan Carter (undeclared).
The Collegiate DECA student organization at UW-Green Bay is an affiliate of the Collegiate DECA international organization and is for students who are interested in leadership development on campus via state, national, and international competitions for careers in entrepreneurship, marketing and communications, business administration, hospitality and tourism, and in finance and accounting. Through these activities, students learn 21st century employability skills such as critical thinking, problem solving, communication skills, collaboration and teamwork, creativity, and networking with global peers. More information on UW-Green Bay’s Collegiate DECA chapter, here or firstname.lastname@example.org and request chapter founder Anna Gane.
Submitted by UW-Green Bay lecturer in entrepreneurship, Ryan Kauth