Shorecrest, Shorewood DECA students qualify for state, international conferences

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

The Scot Shoppe has been in operation for 20 years.
The students running it this year received
Gold Level Certification for their work
Photo courtesy Shoreline Schools

Shorecrest and Shorewood students participating in DECA have received additional honors as they prepare for state and international conferences.

The School-Based Enterprise (SBE) "Scot Shoppe" at Shorecrest was among 166 school-based enterprises in the United States achieving Gold Level Certification (or Gold Level Re-certification) this year and will be recognized at DECA’s International Career Development Conference in Anaheim, California in April. 

The students who worked on the certification were Crisleen Malabanan, Sage Kay and Keegan DeVitis with the assistance of their advisors Amy Delich and Emily Wray. The school-based enterprise at Shorecrest High School has operated for more than 20 years.

At Shorewood, Stephanie Chan, Eric Berquist, and Hanna Al-zeer have qualified for the DECA International Competition for the student store.  These three students wrote a 40-page operations manual focusing on promotion tactics, inventory controls, and management practices. They will give a presentation on the Shorewood store operations in Anaheim.

The following Shorewood students submitted 15-30 page business plans and will now join the students who qualified in early January for the state competition in March. Damon Oliveto is the school’s DECA advisor.

Hospitality and Tourism Operations Research
Will Hubbell
Learn and Earn Project
Taryn Miyaoka and Natalie Aw

Finance Operations Research
Chris Cosby and PJ DeGuzman
Carrie Jenson

Entrepreneurship Written Business Plan
Jaime Lopez

International Business Plan
Hanna Al-zeer and Keelin McKellar
Erin Arslanoglu and Emily Miller
Frank Liu and Andrew Suh

Public Relations Project
Stephanie Chan and Joe Abbott


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