Thirteen Rosemount High School students earned a chance to represent their school and the state of Minnesota at the upcoming DECA International Career Development Conference.
RHS had 68 students who qualified for the DECA state event. Thirty-three of these students qualified for the final round of the state competition.
The International Career Development Conference will be held the week of April 27 in Orlando, Fla.
Students who placed in the top three at the conference include: Sara Devitt, first place, Sports and Entertainment Marketing Series; Micah Marshal, third place, Sports and Entertainment Marketing Series; Paige Henke, third place, Entrepreneurship Participating; Danielle Wahl, second place, Principles and Business Management; Amelia Volkert, first place, Principles of Hospitality and Tourism; Maryssa Collins, third place, Employment Interview Entry;Michael Huffstutler, first place, Advertising Campaign; Taryn Bitterly, second place, Creative Marketing Research; Nathan Olson, second place, Creative Marketing Research; Emily Lemke, second place, Creative Marketing Research; Abby Ceglar, first place, Video Broadcast Competition; Katelyn Paget, first place, Video Broadcast Competition; Nicollet Sorenson, third place, Marketing Management Series
Students who were overall state finalists were: Cassie Dorman, Alex Geller, Wesley Just, Calvin Curten, Allison Hawkins, Amy May, McKenzie Schroeder, Haley Foxx, Kali Debaun, Jeries Fahkoury, Mathew McCormack, Andy Gustafson, Sam Reber, Lori Knodle, Ashley Wetstein,Johnny Koroma, Billy Sachse, Joe Heinsen, Jillian Blanc and Cassie Miller.