Scott Regional Technology Center students take wins in State SkillsUSA Contest

Saturday, May 5, 2018
Scott Regional Technology Center SkillsUSA members competed in the State SkillsUSA Contest on April 5 - 7. SkillsUSA Advisors Betsy Anderson and Brian Prewitt traveled with state qualifiers to State Technical College of Missouri in Linn. The State Competition is held in conjunction with the Missouri SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference, which is attended by more than 3,000 students, teachers, representatives of business, industry, education and government. During their stay, students participate as voting delegates for their chapters, elect state officers, conduct the business of the organization, meet with business and industry representatives, and hear from officials. SkillsUSA is a national organization serving trade, industrial, technical, and health occupations students in public high schools, career and technical centers, and two year colleges. SkillsUSA has more than 250,000 student and professional members annually, organized into more than 13,000 chapters in 50 states and 3 territorial associations. Students took several top awards in the following categories: Vincent Suchowski, Southwest, First place, Collision Repair; Wendy Cabrera, Monett, First place in Commercial Banking; Natalie Wages, Devin Paynter and Quinten Steinmann, Monett/Cassville, First place in Vinyl Sign Making; Kaylie Hunter, Cassville, Second place in Leadership Essay; and Third place in Commercial Banking TIC; and Keith Butler, Monett, Third place in Action Skills. Contributed photo

Scott Regional Technology Center SkillsUSA members competed in the State SkillsUSA Contest on April 5 - 7.