Displaying Strong Business Skills

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One hundred Distributive Education Clubs of America members from Babylon Junior-Senior High School competed in the Suffolk County DECA Career Competition earlier this month. 

With assistance from club advisers Claire Reilly and Eddie Storey, the students went up against more than 2,000 students from throughout the county and continued to perform at a high level of excellence. More than 60 Babylon student-competitors placed in events such as Sales Presentation, Hotel & Lodging, Sports Marketing, Retail Merchandising, Automotive Marketing, Finance and Travel and Tourism.

DECA teaches real world business skills to students and helps to build their skill sets, such as public speaking and presentation. The club currently maintains the highest enrollment of all clubs offered at Babylon Junior-Senior High School.