Sanford Regional Technical Center students recently competed in the SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference. Twenty students won medals in 13 different contests. In all, 37 students competed in 25 separate contests. Some students traveled to Bangor for the one day conference in which they competed against other high school CTE students from around the state. Gold Medal winners will have the opportunity to go on to compete on the National level and represent SRTC in June at the National SkillsUSA Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.

SkillsUSA is a student-run organization that promotes leadership training and skill development for CTE students through collaboration with industry and education.

Below is the list of our medals awarded, competitors, contest names, and partner schools.

Gold: Benjamin English,  Precision Machining Technology,  Sanford
Bronze: Ian Huguley, Precision Machining Technology, Kennebunk
Gold: Kurtis Voter, Technical Drafting, Sanford
Silver: Hunter Stevens, Technical Drafting, Sanford
Gold: Garrett Clukey, Auto Collision Appraisal, Kennebunk
Gold: Dan Farrell, Auto Tool ID, Sanford
Gold: Bailey Hayden, CNC Milling Specialist, Wells
Gold: Devyn Hussey, Customer Service, Massabesic
Silver: Madison Lawrence, Tool ID Collision, Sanford
Bronze: Carlos Martin, Auto Collision Repair, Noble
Bronze: Aiden Panneton, Internetworking, Noble
Silver: Zachary Plante, Firefighting, Noble
Silver: Vina Poisson, Audio Radio Production, Marshwood
Gold: Bowman Rollins, Audio Radio Production, Traip Academy
Gold: Robert Bowker, Internetworking, Sanford
Gold: Lucille Utgard, State Officer, Sanford
Silver: Keith Saltsman, Auto Tool Identification, Massabesic
Gold: Joshua Phillips, Audio Radio Production, Traip Academy
Gold: Seth Hultstrom, Auto Refinishing Technology, York
Silver: Camryn Given, Audio Radio Production, Marshwood

Please join us in congratulating all of our competitors for a job well done!!!

Pictured above are some of the medal winners who attended the Virtual Awards Ceremony at SRTC on Wednesday, March 30.

Submitted by Joseph Bolduc