Lindenwood University freshman Savanah Bice has been elected as a member of the 2015-2016 Delta Epsilon Chi (DECA) collegiate executive officer team. Bice will serve as one of three executive vice presidents in the U.S. in support of the business organization’s mission and goals and will focus specifically on chapter and student recruitment.
DECA is a not-for-profit extracurricular organization designed to prepare students for careers in marketing, management, and entrepreneurship with more than 215,000 members in the United States and around the world. Bice is currently studying business, finance, and pre-law at Lindenwood’s St. Charles, Mo., campus. She is the founder and president of Lindenwood’s Collegiate DECA chapter. Along with her involvement in DECA, she is also a member of the Delta Zeta sorority, the Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity, and Lindenwood’s Honors College.
Lindenwood University offers scholarships to members of DECA and other youth-oriented organizations by awarding numerous grants and scholarships to young adults that have excelled in service and leadership. More than $1 million is provided annually to outstanding young adults through the program. The DECA Youth of the Year Award is worth $12,400 plus an additional $2,400 Work and Learn Award, the DECA Future Leader Award is worth $6,000 plus an additional $2,400 Work and Learn Award, the DECA Competitive Events Award is worth $6,000 plus an additional $2,400 Work and Learn Award, and the DECA Membership Award is worth $5,000 plus an additional $2,400 Work and Learn Award. All are annually renewable for up to four years.
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Pictured: Collegiate DECA Executive Officer Team for 2015-2016: Savannah Bice, Jaimie Thimmesh Rachie, Alura Carbrey, and Matt Weingard.