Hinds CC students place in DECA state conference

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Hinds CC students place in DECA state conference
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26 March

Hinds CC students place in DECA state conference

Eight students in the Hospitality/Tourism and Culinary Arts program at Hinds Community College’s Jackson Campus-Academic/Technical Center placed in the Collegiate DECA State Conference, held Feb. 25-27 in Natchez.

They include: second place, Khadijah Hairston of Madison, Travel and Tourism; Amanda Loeffler of Madison, Sales Presentation;

Third place, Antundree McCaskill of Byram, Retail Management; Larita Johnson of Jackson, Accounting; Jessie Pierce of Jackson, Lodging;

Fourth place, Bobbie McClinton of Bolton, Lodging; Brad Hawthorne of Utica, Culinary; Clint Pemberton of Clinton, Culinary;

Sixth place, Rico Hogsett of Durant, Restaurant and Food Service Management; Brittany Godwin of Vicksburg, Culinary; Antundree McCaskill of Byram, Culinary; Jameshia Dennis of Jackson, Culinary.

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Jackson Campus students win DECA awards

Hinds Community College’s Jackson Campus-Academic/Technical Center competed in the state DECA collegiate competition, winning several awards.

They are as follows:

Culinary Competition – Second place winners, Jamesha Dennis of Pickens, Matt Adams of Brandon, Stuart Johnsey of Clinton; third place winners, James Brokaw of Vicksburg and  Christian Harper of Ridgeland.

First place winner, Stuart Johnsey of Clinton, Restaurant and Food Service Management

First place winner, Christian Harper of Ridgeland, Retail Management

Second place winner, Ashley Wigglesworth of Brandon, Hotel and Lodging and Management

Third place winner, James Brokaw of Vicksburg, Human Resources Management

Fourth place winner, Velma Williams of Jackson, Retail Management

Qualifiers will be competing at the DECA International competition in Anaheim, Calif., April 16-21, 2013.

DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.

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