ALTOONA – The Clearfield County Career & Technology Center’s chapter of SkillsUSA attended the District 7 Competition at the Greater Altoona Career & Technology Center in Altoona on Jan. 15.
Twenty-two secondary students and one adult student competed in skills or leadership categories. Each participant is tested and competes against students from 10 other Career & Technology Centers from the central Pennsylvania area.
Those schools include Admiral Perry Vocational Technical School, Bedford County Technical Center, Central PA Institute of Science & Technology, Fulton County Area Vocational Technical School, Greater Altoona Career & Technology Center, Huntingdon County Career & Technology Center, Jefferson County-Dubois Area Vocational Technical School, Mifflin-Juniata Career & Technology Center and North Bedford High School as well as the CCCTC.
The winners from The Clearfield County Career & Technology Center were:
- Adult Welding Sculpture – Mary Moore
- Nail Care – Chloe Dipko (MV) with model Danielle Kephart (PO)
- Technical Computer Applications – Natalie Vogel (MV)
- Medical Math – Victoria Rothrock (CLFD)
- Automotive Refinishing – Kirsten Eger (H)
- Automotive Service Technology – William Maines (WB)
- Carpentry – Devin Croyle (WB)
- Collision Repair Technology – Zane Carns (PO)
- Welding – Alex Collins (CUR)
- Medical Terminology – Kaitlyn Newsome (CLFD)
- Related Technical Math – Natalie Boop (PO)
All first place winners will be eligible to compete at the SkillsUSA Pennsylvania State Conference in Hershey on April 13-15.