Each year DECA invites business professionals to serve as judges in our program of competitive events. With Minnesota DECA, judging is a great experience. As you explore this page, take a moment to register below to help us judge at this year's State Career Development Conference at the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis.
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The Team Decision Making events are designed for a team of 2 participants, who work together to solve a problem or develop a plan to present to senior management (the judge). The judge (or pair of judges) evaluates the students presentation, and their response to questions.
Judges take part in a role-playing situation with the high school student to evaluate how well the student demonstrates different marketing competencies. In these role playing events, students are required to accomplish a task or solve a problem by translating what they have learned in the classroom into effective, efficient, and spontaneous action.
DECA has two types of written events: research and chapter projects. A judge working with a research project may either evaluate the written portion or the presentation portion regarding a marketing research and/or business plan that the student team has developed. Judges working with chapter projects will evaluate a chapter’s program of activities that was used to accomplish a specific goal, and the student’s presentation of that project.
Minnesota DECA always is looking for new friendly faces to help judge at our State Career Development Conference. Send them a link to this page and invite them to join you and help judge at the upcoming MN DECA State Conference at the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis.