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LRSC student published in DECA Direct

By   Anna Ramey
02/09/2015

On January 28th Bryan Seals, Lake Region Collegiate DECA President, was published on DECA Direct with an article focusing on the importance of dressing like a professional. 

DECA Direct is the online counterpart of the printed DECA Direct or Insight, which is published nationally.

Seals’ article describes the importance of professional appearance, and even goes so far as to break it into three parts. Beginning with a simple attention-getter, In the article, he breaks down the importance of a good appearance and provides strong arguments to support his points. He touches on the importance of first impressions, its correlation with the professional world, and the benefits it has on the wearer’s self-confidence. 

DECA is a co-curricular activity at the secondary and post-secondary level. With nearly a 70-year history, DECA has impacted the lives of more than ten million students, educators, school administrators and business professionals since it was founded in 1946. 

“Students in the Marketing/Management program at LRSC are encouraged to participate in DECA to expand their networks, enhance their education, and enrich learning with hands-on experiences. Many of our DECA students earn berths to international competition because of the quality and caliber of projects and presentations,” said Cindy Brown, LRSC Marketing instructor and DECA advisor.

DECA’s programs and activities have constantly evolved as we use the latest technology and apply cutting edge educational research. Our core focus has remained consistent and is captured in our mission. DECA is organized into two unique student divisions each with programs designed to address the learning styles, interest and focus of its members. The High School Division includes 200,000 members in 3,500 schools. The Collegiate Division includes over 15,000 members in 275 colleges and universities.

Access the article: Bryan Seals' Article