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Sanford Regional Technical Center - 2014 SkillsUSA Maine Championships

March 17, 2014

 
  News Release Sanford Regional Technical Center
SkillsUSA 2014 Local contest

 

Bags packed. Roads traveled. Friendships fostered. Parades marched. Dances danced.  Tests taken. Skills applied. Tears shed. High fives all around.

This is just a glimpse into what the days at the SkillsUSA Maine Championships looked like.

The SkillsUSA Maine Championships is the state-level competition for high school and college students enrolled in trade, technical, and skilled service instructional...

Sanford Regional Technical Center New Fire Science Course

October 16, 2013

 
 

Students flourishing in SRTC firefighting courses

SANFORD - They've raised and climbed ladders in full turnout gear, climbed innumerable stair steps – again with turnout gear and airpacks on – carried each other around on chairs to get a feel for what it's like to rescue someone in a fire, and crawled through some pretty cramped, dark spaces.

Hard work? You bet, and the students in the new Fire Science program at Sanford Regional Technical Center appear to be loving every minute of it.

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Sanford Regional Technical Center - SkillsUSA Medalists

March 20, 2013

 
 

 

Sanford Regional Technical Center -- SkillsUSA Medalists

On March 15, 2013 fifty students from the Sanford Regional Technical Center (S.R.T.C.) competed in the State SkillsUSA competition.  Competing were students from Sanford, Massabesic, Noble, Marshwood, Traip and York High Schools.  S.R.T.C. will proudly bring 2 students to the National SkillsUSA Competition in Kansas City in June.  We are very proud of all our participants!

The Students attending the National Competition need...

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SRTC/SHS Second Annual College/Career Fair

November 19, 2012

 
 

Second Annual College/Career Fair Held

Students from high schools throughout York County attended the Second Annual College/Career Fair on Thursday, November 15th at the Memorial Gym, which was hosted by Sanford High School and the Sanford Regional Technical Center. Unlike other such events, this fair catered to all students regardless of their post-graduation track. Not only were there reps from many area colleges, but local and regional business attended as well, along with members of all...

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Sanford Regional Technical Center students get hands-on, real-world experience.

November 13, 2012

 
 

Students build on skills with housing project Students from Sanford Regional Technical Center peer into the foundation of the new Sanford Housing Authority office building on School Street, where fellow students were working just before groundbreaking ceremonies Monday. SRTC students are heavily involved in all aspects of the building project. (TAMMY WELLS/Journal Tribune)

 By TAMMY WELLS

Senior Staff Writer


Tuesday, November 6, 2012 12:02 PM EST

SANFORD — Students who attend Sanford...

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Sanford Regional Technical Center - 2012 SkillsUSA Medalists

March 23, 2012

 
 

SkillsUSA State Competition

On March 15 through 16, 2012 45 students from the Sanford Regional Technical Center (S.R.T.C.) competed in the SkillsUSA competition in Bangor, Maine.  Competing were students from the 27 other technical centers in the state.  S.R.T.C. proudly brought home 13 medals.  The recipients of gold medals will be attending the national competition in Kansas City in late June!  We are very proud of all our participants!

 

Gold Winners
Abby Mallar , Sanford, Robo...

SRTC College Fair

November 21, 2011

 
 

Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Over one thousand high school juniors and seniors received intensive career guidance at a college and career fair hosted by Sanford High School and the Sanford Regional Technical Center.

To help students get the most out information out of the seventy different college, employer and military exhibitors at the event, organizers had them fill-out worksheets filled with questions as part of an assignment.

"I try to talk to them about comparing and contrasting what all their...

SRTC welcomes new staff

November 6, 2011

 
 

 Sanford Regional Technical Center recently welcomed Lynne Signore and Joseph Bolduc to the staff to begin the school year.

Lynne Signore, the new Health Occupations Instructor was born and raised in Sanford.She graduated from Sanford High School in 1992, attended The University of Maine, and graduated from Southern Maine Community College with an Associate Degree in Science - Nursing - May 2008. Lynne has worked as Certified Nurses Assistant, telemetry nurse, and pediatric psychiatric nurse...

Sanford Regional Technical Center - SkillsUSA Medalists 2011

March 15, 2011

 
 

From left to right,back row, Andrew Barker, Abigail Mallar, William Wallace, Dillon Ludlow, Passe Meas, Shane L'Heureux, Cameron Eisenhaur, Kyle King, Zach Mullen, Jacob Pelletier, Kendra Jackson, Ashlyn Ford, Savannah Brooks, Alyssa Horne, Maria Ciccotelli, Brett Sanford, Matt Therrien.  Front Row, Jonathan Anatra, Savina Dong, Jacob LeClerc, Nathan Weston, Mike Swan, Keziah Flynn.

About Sanford Regional Technical Center’s Medalists

On March 10 and 11, 2011 45 students from the Sanford...

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Sanford Regional Technical Center FIRST Robotic Team 3451 (Rookie Year)

December 8, 2010

 
 

The students in the Sanford Regional Technical Center’s Engineering Technology Program are starting an exciting new challenge this year by building a robot to compete in the Granite State Regional FIRST Robotics Competition in Manchester, NH March 3rd through the 5th.  We will be competing against 40 other teams from as far away as California. 

We have been awarded grants from NASA and Fairchild Semiconductor to pay for the registration fee.  Now we need to raise funds to pay for...

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