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March 13, 2018

This past weekend, 23 students represented Clayton at the DECA State Career Development Conference in Kansas City. Below are our students that took home some hardware:
Cecelia Armstrong, Jacob Blair, Kennedy Sams: Finalists, Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan
Chenny Lee, Kedar Venkatesh: Finalists, Business Operations Research
Emma Vasquez: 5th place, Retail Merchandising
Millie Booker, Audrey Goebegebuure: 3rd place, Business Law Team
Greg Pierson, Jake Sher: 1st place, Sports and Entertainment Team
Myles Rosenblum, Krish Sardesai: 4th place, Marketing Management Team
Julia Beliz, Alexis Nichols: 5th place, Travel and Tourism Team
Fiona McCarthy: 2nd place, Entrepreneurship Individual
The following have qualified for the International Career Development Conference that will be held April 20th-25th in Atlanta, Georgia:
Daniel Cohen
Millie Booker
Audrey Goebegebuure
Greg Pierson
Myles Rosenblum
Krish Sardesai
Jake Sher
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