Bucks County Students Return from SkillsUSA Pennsylvania Competition with Medals
Several students from Bucks County won big at an event where they showed off their skillset for the workforce. Ed Doyle wrote about the students for TAP Into Doylestown.
Ten Central Bucks students who attend Middle Bucks Institute of Technology returned from the SkillsUSA Pennsylvania competition held last week in Hershey with medals. Overall, 26 MBIT students took part in the competition. Out of 15 students who won medals, ten were from Central Bucks.
They include three gold medal winners (Alexander Lopez, CB East, restaurant service, Christian Pearson, CB East, digital cinema production, and Samantha Rosinski, CB South, digital cinema production), four silver medal winners, and three bronze medal winners.
SkillsUSA is a national organization for trade, industrial, and technical education students. It sponsors the SkillsUSA Championships each year to recognize the achievements of career and technical students and provide them with encouragement to strive for excellence and pride in the occupations they chose.
Students compete based on their technical skills but also have an opportunity to demonstrate their leadership abilities through the aspect of the competition that involves public speaking, job interviews, business procedures, and professionalism.
Read more about the students in TAP Into Doylestown.
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