Sanford Regional Technical Center – SkillsUSA Medalists
Photo: Back Row: Ashlyn Ford, Casie Castanzo, April Johnson, Nikki Johnson, Matt Wright, Dana Scipione, Darrell Vanny, Emily Spinger, Brandon Daigle, Sheyna McCallister, Lucas Johnson, Nicole Dunton – Front Row: Joseph Kendrick, Jacob McMahon, Nathan Weston, Jacob Leclerc
Sanford Regional Vocational Center — SkillsUSA Medalists
About Sanford Regional Vocational Center’s Medalists
On March 11 and 12, 2010 41 students from the Sanford Regional Vocational Center (S.R.V.C.) competed in the SkillsUSA competition in Bangor, Maine. Competing were students from the 27 other vocational centers in the state. S.R.V.C. proudly brought home 16 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!
Nikki Johnson, Massabesic Video Product Development
April Johnson, Marshwood Video Product Development
Matt Wright, Sanford Technical Computer Applications
Dana Scipione, Massabesic Television Video Production
Joseph Kendrick, Massabesic Television Video Production
Ashlyn Ford, Marshwood Screen Printing Technology
Sheyna McCallister, Sanford Food and Beverage Service
Brandon Daigle, Sanford Mechatronics
Lucas Johnson, Noble Mechatronics
Jacob McMahon, Massabesic Welding
Darrell Vanny, Sanford Quiz Bowl
Emily Springer, Sanford Quiz Bowl
Nathan Weston, Wells Quiz Bowl
Jacob LeClerc, Massabesic Quiz Bowl
Casie Costanzo, Massabesic Graphic Communications
Nicole Dunton, Marshwood Culinary Arts
About the National Leadership and Skills Conference (Competitions)
SkillsUSA returns to Kansas City June 22-26, 2010 for the 46th annual National Leadership and Skills Conference (NLSC), a showcase of career and technical education students. More than 12,500 people—including students, teachers and business partners—are expected to participate in the week-long event. The SkillsUSA Championships will be held on Thursday, June 25 in H. Roe Bartle Hall and Municipal Auditorium. More than 4,000 outstanding career and technical education students—all state contest winners—will compete hands-on in 77 different trade, technical and leadership fields. Students work against the clock and each other, proving their expertise in occupations like electronics, computer-aided drafting, precision machining, medical assisting and culinary arts. Contests are run with the help of industry, trade associations, and labor organizations, and test competencies are set by industry. Leadership contestants will demonstrate skills including extemporaneous speaking and conducting meetings by parliamentary procedure. The competitions will be open to the public and free of charge.
The five students attending the National competition need to raise $1,500 each in order to go. If you would like to help them with their fundraising, please make checks payable to SRVC and mail them to the SRVC, 52 Sanford High Blvd, Sanford, ME 04073. Your contribution is greatly appreciated!