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Students that have advanced to the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference in Kansas City in June are from left: Seth Hahn, Hunter Harrison and Randy Hay.
Students that have advanced to the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference in Kansas City in June are from left: Seth Hahn, Hunter Harrison and Randy Hay.
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Tolles Career & Technical Center recently competed at Ohio’s SkillsUSA Competition in Columbus and advanced three students to the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference (NLSC), a showcase of career-technical education students. The national contests will take place in Kansas City this June.


Randy Hay, a senior from Jonathan Alder High School in the Power, Sports & Diesel Technologies program, earned first place and a gold medal in the motorcycle service competition.


Seth Hahn, a senior from Hilliard Bradley High School in the Digital Media Production program, earned first place and a gold medal in the television/video broadcasting competition. The honor was earned alongside his teammate, Hunter Harrison, a junior from Jonathan Alder High School also in the Digital Media Production program.


These three students will have the opportunity to compete in Kansas City. Other Tolles students who earned medals include:


• Aaron Mitchell Davis, a senior from Hilliard Davidson High School in the Power, Sports & Diesel Technologies program, earned third place and a bronze medal in the motorcycle service competition.


• Korey Kendall, a senior from Hilliard Darby High School in the Engineering Technology program, earned third place and a bronze medal in the career-tech showcase (science, math, technology) competition.


• Philip Siedenstricker, a senior from Jonathan Alder High School in the Engineering Technology program, earned third place and a bronze medal in the career-tech showcase (science, math, technology) competition.


• Dan Tran, a senior from Hilliard Darby High School in the Engineering Technology program, earned third place and a bronze medal in the career-tech showcase (science, math, technology) competition.


SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA is a national nonprofit organization serving teachers and high school and college students who are preparing for careers in trade, technical and skilled service occupations.


Submitted by Shane Haggerty, manager of marketing and special projects st Tolles Career & Technical Center.

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