Arizona DECA is extremely excited to offer a new and innovative form of training for chapter officers and advisors around the state: Virtual Officer Leadership Training! Or as we call it: VOLT! Although we will miss having Camp DECA and getting to see all your beautiful faces in person, we are optimistic that through access to hundreds of hours of world-class leadership training, you won’t be disappointed as a leader! This program is different than anything Arizona DECA has offered before in that it extends over the entire month of October with recurring live sessions delivered by professional trainers and of course, your #Team60!
The State Officer Team is incredibly excited to partner with TEAMTRI to roll out this opportunity for our chapter officers to learn how to excel in their positions. This 4-week interval program will allow officers to gain a complex knowledge of all things DECA and so much more! You will easily see how the skills you learn during VOLT can be applied to your future life as a college student and professional. VOLT also provides a one-of-a-kind networking opportunity for chapter officers to meet and connect with their like-minded peers. We can’t wait to see all of the lasting friendships that will form during this high-intensity and interactive experience! Team 60 and TEAMTRI are ready to bring the heat! We guarantee that each week, you will leave the live sessions with a volt of energy to keep you going.
But that’s not all. The VOLT experience will offer more than just content, connections, and conference craziness! This training will help equip you to be successful in a new but extremely important modern skill: virtual professionalism. I know that remote learning can certainly seem like an obstacle, but if there is any group of students that I would trust to rise up to new challenges and excel in networking and personal development, it would be DECA kiddos! I can’t wait to see you all there!
More details will be released to chapter advisors in the coming weeks.
Yours in DECA,
Brinlee Kidd | Arizona DECA District 8 President