By: Jyllian Roach, Editor-In-Chief
Skills USA students complete in-house competition
More than 200 B in Technology and Applied Technology students competed in the recent SkillsUSA in-house competition in hopes of being named number one, said SkillsUSA Adviser and Director of Service Learning Sharon Gordon.
In 27 different categories, including baking, welding, automotive and public speaking, CNM students vied for the top spots in hopes of competing in the state conference on April 3 – 6, she said.
The winners of the top three spots in each category will compete at the state level, and only the first place winners from that competition will move on to the national competition in June, she said.
Twenty-one CNM students placed first in the 2012 state competition, and brought home two medals from the national conference, according to skillsusa.org.