Members of the DECA club at Freehold High School showcased their skills at the regional competition, earning spots to attend the New Jersey DECA High School State Career Development Conference in February.
A total of 76 students from Freehold High School qualified to participate in the New Jersey High School State Career Development Conference. At the state level competition, students will be vying for a spot in the High School Division International Career Development Conference, which will be held this spring.
The overall winners from the regional competition were:
1st place: Snehal Ajakkala: Automotive
3rd place: Lindsey Bertone: Hotel Lodging
3rd place: Dylan Castor: Professional Selling
3rd place: Joseph Famularo: Sports and Entertainment Marketing
1st place: Nicholas Kaufman: Business Service Marketing
1st place: David Lundy: Marketing Communications
2nd place: Kevin McIlvaine: Automotive
3rd place: Ryan McIlvaine: Retail
3rd place: Gianna Messina: Quick Serve
1st place: Vijay Para: Food Marketing
1st place: Christopher Wraback: Financial Consulting
The following Freehold students earned spots to compete in the state competition:
Three additional students whose names are not available for publication also qualified to participate at the state competition.