The President of DECA-Reegan Sobieski & Marketing

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Among ACP’s many clubs is DECA. DECA is a not-for-profit student organization found in many high schools and colleges. Senior Reegan Sobieski is the president of our DECA club. Not that long ago, Reegan was chosen as the DECA Direct Magazine Western Region Reporter. Of the 90 applicants striving for this contingency in the U.S. west, Reegan was chosen following a long and extensive application process consisting of a writing sample. Here’s what Reegan had to say about her great opportunity:

Q: What does DECA Direct Magazine Western Region Reporter do?

A: DECA Direct [Magazine Western Region Reporter] is the overhead social media for DECA, so that’s where all of the members get their information. We post articles about different competitions, what’s new in the DECA world, and any updates that we have. It’s a really big deal and it’s a very selective process.

Q: What was your initial reaction when you found out you were chosen?

A: Oh my gosh, I was so excited. I literally clicked on the email and saw that I was selected and then screamed so loudly. I was really excited.

Q: What is DECA?

A: DECA formally stood for the Distribution Clubs of America, but DECA is basically a marketing and business organization where kids can go and compete in marketing competitions and learn about the business world.

Q: What inspired you to join DECA?

A: I really, throughout my whole life, have never known what I wanted to do when I grow up and everyone around me wanted to be a doctor, or a teacher, etc. I just didn’t know. So when I took the first marketing class with Coach Blue, I was just open to this whole new world of marketing and advertising and this really cool opportunity to learn about business-that’s what inspired me to join marketing. Through DECA I’ve met so many people and made so many connections that when I get older, I’ve decided I want to pursue marketing in college. It’s really cool, and I have all these opportunities to grow now. 

Q: What would you tell new students about joining DECA?

A: I would tell them, first of all, to definitely join. It’s a really good opportunity and you get a lot of scholarship money. Just join because you want to try new things and you never know what’s going to spark your interest or future.

Congratulating Reegan for her success; ACP supports her in her pursuit of marketing and business. DECA is definitely something that I would advise new and returning ACP students to look into. DECA doesn’t just look good on a college application, but it provides its members with real world skills. Also, very unforgettable, is its iconic catchphrase- “DECA, WHAT THE HECKA?”

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