SkillsUSA wins big at state conference

Wednesday, May 10th, 2017

Southeastern Community College’s SkillsUSA chapter recently attended the North Carolina Leadership and Skills Conference in Greensboro, NC, and came home with several awards.

In the Computer Programming category, John Kluck earned first place. The event advisors were Dr. Lisa Bryan and Ian Smeigh.

In the Early Childhood category, Jessica Williams earned first place and Jalessa Graham earned second place. The event advisor was Natalie Rackley.

In the Fantasy Hair & Makeup category, Quineisha Huggins, Monick Artis, Lacy Lennon and Saralyn Moore participated and the advisor was Deanna Inman. Cosmetology Lead Instructor Jonathan Hester served as a Cosmetology Event Judge.

In the Information Technology category, Cynthia Lunde earned second place. The event advisors were Dr. Lisa Bryan and Ian Smeigh.

In the Internetworking category, William Payne and William Thompson participated and the event advisors were Dr. Lisa Bryan and Ian Smeigh.

In the Medical Terminology category, Jessica Bellamy earned first place and Zelda Avins earned second place. The event advisor was Sheila Harris.

In the Television (Video) Production category, Kinyetta Childress and Ethan Kellihan earned third place and Samantha Todd and Tanner Noble earned fourth place. The event advisor was Amanda Albright-Hilburn.
In the Welding category, Wynston Shuman and Joseph Smith participated and the event advisor was Paul Starnes.

The SCC SkillsUSA Chapter earned the 100 Plus Members Club Award and the Chapter Growth Award. The club advisor is Sheila Harris.

 

 

PHOTO:
First row, from left, SCC Early Childhood Education Instructor Natalie Rackley, Jessica Williams of Wilmington, Jaleesa Graham of Clarkton, Lacy Lennon of Whiteville, Saralin Moore of Whiteville, Kinyetta Childress of Whiteville, William Thompson of Bladenboro, Tanner Nobel of Whiteville, Cynthia Lunde of Chadbourn, SCC Information Technology Instructor Dr. Lisa Bryan, and SCC Broadcasting & Production Technology Instructor Amanda Albright-Hilburn. Second row, from left, SCC Cosmetology Instructor Deanna Inman, Quineisha Huggins of Whiteville, Monick Artis of Fayetteville, Ethan Kellihan of Carro Gordo, Zelda Avins of Tabor City, Joseph Smith of Whiteville and SCC Office Systems Technology Instructor and SkillsUSA Advisor Sheila Harris. Third row, from left, SCC Cosmetology Lead Instructor Jonathan Hester, William Payne of Whiteville, John Kluck of Wilmington, Jessica Bellamy of Clarendon, SCC Information Technology Instructor Ian Smeigh, and SCC Welding Instructor Paul Starnes.

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