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Tech Center Students Earn Medals in State SkillsUSA Competition

Students from the Carroll County Career and Technology Center earned 18 medals – 9 gold, 5 silver, and 4 bronze – at the Maryland SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference, the state-level competition for high school and post-secondary students who are enrolled in Career and Technology Education (CTE) programs. 

GOLD MEDALS:

 Job Interview

Ashlynn Kidwell, Bio-Medical Sciences Program

TV Video Production

Julia Rennolds and Louis Losoya, Video Production Program

Digital Cinema Production

Hannah Sobieck and Tess Vaccarino, Video Production Program

Masonry

Jack Mueller, Masonry Program

Promotional Bulletin Board

Katie McCarthy, Tressa Pennington and Amanda Warehime, Print Production Program

Pin Design

Cheyenne Durso-Hendricks, Print Production Program

Carpentry

Logan Anderson, Carpentry Program

Graphic Communications

Julie Walsh, Print Production Program

Criminal Justice

Hunter Kemp, Criminal Justice Program

SILVER MEDALS:

Digital Cinema Production

Nick Johnson and Jen Zicha, Video Production Program

Welding Sculpture

Maddox Wheeler, Welding Program

Photography

Aiden Zaslow, Print Production Program

Welding Fabrication

Kevin Connor, Evan Robinson and Luke Zum Brunnen, Welding Program

Criminal Justice

Kayla Sobieck, Criminal Justice Program

BRONZE MEDALS:

HVAC

Justin Condon, HVAC Program

Crime Scene Investigation

Matt Clark, Amanda Scholze and Brady D’Anthony, Criminal Justice Program

Graphic Communications

Kim Yoder, Print Production Program

Photography

Sydney Hetrick, Print Production Program