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MATC Students Medal at SkillsUSA State Leadership Conference


Posted Date: 06/01/2021

MATC Students Medal at SkillsUSA State Leadership Conference

Mid-America Technology Center students joined students, in Trade & Industrial Education CareerTech programs, from across Oklahoma to compete ‘virtually’ in Leadership and Skills/Occupation Related Contests.

The MATC students who placed on the state level are as follows:

Blanchard:     Daniel Clement, Gold – ZTR Mower, Building & Property Maintenance

                        Jacob Hurst, Silver – Welding Fabrication (team event), Combination Welder

                        Natalie Beshears, Silver – Job Skills Demonstration A, Cosmetologist

                        Blake Witmer, Silver – Electrical Construction Wiring, Residential/Commercial Electrician’s Assistant                           

Bridge Creek:       Devin Mitchell, Silver – Welding Fabrication (team event), Combination Welder

Byars:      Charles Hawkins, Gold – Diesel Equipment Technology (postsecondary), Medium/Heavy Diesel Service Technician                            

Dibble:      Carson Nixon, Bronze – Action Skills, Cyber Security

                  Joaquin Rea, Bronze – Electrical Construction Wiring, Residential/Commercial Electrician’s Assistant

Lexington:      Emily Morris, Gold – Floral Design, Horticulture Technician

                        Ashton Couch, Bronze – Extemporaneous Speaking, Cyber Security           

Kyle Wilkey, Bronze – Internet of Things & Smart Home, (postsecondary), Cyber Security

Lindsay:       Axel Stephen, Gold – Criminal Justice, Criminal Justice Officer

Little Axe:    Allen Seilkopf, Gold – Technical Drafting, CADD

                     James McCrory, Silver – Internetworking, Cyber Security

                     Elizabeth Marturano, Silver – Technical Drafting, CADD

                     Emma Price, Bronze – Floral Design, Horticulture Technician

 

Maysville:    Adam Franklin, Gold – First Aid/CPR (postsecondary), Criminal Justice Officer

                     Corban Martin, Silver – ZTR Mower, Building & Property Maintenance

Newcastle:      Dalton Smith, Gold – Sheet Metal, Residential HVAC Technician

                        Timmy Pinion, Bronze – Welding (postsecondary), Combination Welder

Noble:     Christopher Green, Gold – Horticulture, Horticulture Technician

Norman:     Kaylee Harp, Silver – First Aid/CPR, Criminal Justice Officer

Pauls Valley:     Wesley Williamson, Silver – Standard Riding Mower, Building & Property Maintenance

Purcell:      Cole Swafford, Gold – Diesel Equipment Technology, Medium/Heavy Diesel Service Technician

                    Bostin Fink, Silver – Welding, Combination Welder

                    Sheldon Martin, Bronze – ZTR Mower, Building & Property Maintenance

                    Juleeanna Willems, Bronze – Customer Service, Horticulture Technician

                    Eduardo Reyes, Bronze – Carpentry, Residential Carpentry

Washington:       Chase Allison, Silver – Internet of Things & Smart Home, Audio Visual Integration

                             Kelton Schultz, Silver – Welding Fabrication (team event), Combination Welder

                             Megan Queen, Silver – Floral Design, Horticulture Technician

                             Bohen Aiken, Bronze – Cyber Security (team event), Cyber Security

                             Dominik Jackson, Bronze – Cyber Security (team event), Cyber Security

Wayne:    Joseph White, Bronze – Standard Riding Mower, Building & Property Maintenance

Wynnewood:      Kaehlen Rog, Silver – Web Design (team event), Cyber Security    

                           Zachary Johnson, Silver – Web Design (team event), Cyber Security     

                           Emily Bryce, Silver – Job Skills Demonstration O, Equine Production

            Allen Seilkopf, Axel Stephen, Adam Franklin, Charles Hawkins, Cole Swafford, and Dalton Smith will be competing at the Virtual National SkillsUSA Conference this summer.

SkillsUSA is a national student organization, serving more than 372,655 students and instructors annually, which encourages students to develop career and leadership skills.

If you are currently looking for exciting classes for high school and adult students, quality business and industry training, or a new career, Mid-America Technology Center invites you to call us for more information at 405.449.3391 or visit us online at www.matech.edu.