participate in a first-ever competition in which the students worked with real
companies solving current issues.
Central Missouri’s DECA chapter. Several
states were included, but the number of student participants was limited to
allow for more experience with real-life issues.
Parra and Alex Stear
they were given a tour of the campus, an exam and worked with their marketing
specialist to solve a current marketing issue regarding cell phones.
accounting firms in the U.S.). There he
toured the facilities, was given an exam and worked with accounting
another step forward toward the quality education that students receive at
William Woods University,” said Linda Duke, assistant professor of marketing
and business and WWU Collegiate DECA adviser.