Two students win first place in DECA’s Virtual Business Challenge
Clubs and organizations
13 March 2018
Students Long Tran and Minh Tran won first place for the DECA online Virtual Business Challenge (Restaurant, Round One).
Prizes were awarded on Friday, 9 March before 2800 students and teachers at Boston’s Hynes Convention Center.
The keynote speaker was entrepreneur Kyle Taylor, who founded the popular website − The Penny Hoarder. Taylor spoke about the challenges of running a start-up business and he emphasized the importance of doing work that is meaningful and helps others.
Heartfelt congratulations to our DECA prizewinners, and all 30 CATS DECA leaders and members, who took risks, learned new material, and competed this year.
CATS DECA continues to grow stronger and more effective by the day!
Joining an academic club at CATS Boston is a great way to advance your English language level. Clubs like DECA widen your vocabulary and improve communication skills.
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