This group of students from the Belmont Career Center will be competing in the Ohio Southeast Regional SkillsUSA contest this Saturday at the Tri-County JVS in Nelsonville. SkillsUSA is a national organization serving teachers and high school and college students who are preparing for careers in technical, skilled, service and health occupations.
Pictured, seated from left, are Franki Spinelli, Dental Assisting, Martins Ferry, competing in job skill demonstration; Savanah Matusik, Dental Assisting, Union Local, competing in dental assisting; Kersten Fuchs, Dental Assisting, Barnesville, competing in first aid/CPR; Emily Shimble, Dental Assisting, Bellaire, competing in extemporaneous speaking; Kyley Dulkoski, Dental Assisting, Harrison Central, competing in related technical math; George Arminger, Visual Graphics/Web Design, Harrison Central, competing in web design; and Brianna Fuhr, Visual Graphics/Web Design, Bellaire, competing in web design.
Pictured, standing from left, are Jennifer Snedeker, Allied Health Science, Shadyside, competing in basic health care; Jamie Bumgardner, Allied Health Science, Union Local, competing in nurse assisting; Erica LeMasters, Allied Health Science, Harrison Central, competing in medical terminology; Hunter Kinney, Allied Health Science, Barnesville, competing in job skill demonstration; Cody Woofter, Drafting/CAD Applications, Barnesville, competing in technical drafting; Devan Case, Visual Graphics/Web Design, St. Clairsville, competing in photography; and Abagail Lutman, Drafting/CAD Applications, Bellaire, competing in architectural drafting. Absent was Halee Hendershot, Dental Assisting, Bridgeport, competing in prepared speech.
Top three places in each category will advance to the Ohio State SkillsUSA competition to be held at the Greater Columbus Convention Center on April 14-15. Debbie Hawthorne serves as Ohio SkillsUSA advisor for the Career Centers.