SkillsUSA officers were recently elected on all three Lancaster County Career & Technology Center Campuses. This is a national student organization that develops employability, participatory and leadership skills to complement the occupational skills developed by students in technical education classrooms or work-based learning sites. SkillsUSA is an integral part of approved technical education occupation programs.
Brownstown officers include: left to right, Jasmine Wyatt, secretary, Photography and Digital Imaging, Pequea Valley High School; Kelly Rosser, reporter, Digital Design & Print Media, Conestoga Valley High School; Lexy Rhoades, vice president, Advanced Health Careers, Cocalico High School; Dylan Joachim, parliamentarian, Introduction to Health Careers, Lancaster Catholic High School; Marley Frantz, president, Advanced Health Careers, Warwick High School, and Megan Schlegel, treasurer, Introduction to Visual Communications, Ephrata High School.
Mount Joy officers include: left to right: Vanessa McCauley, vice president, Event Planning & Tourism Management, Solanco High School; Marcus Gortman, parliamentarian, Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology, Garden Spot High School; Rachel Gehr, secretary, Event Planning & Tourism Maintenance, Cocalico High School; Megan Weir, treasurer, Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology, Cocalico High School; Hailey Helm, reporter, Early Childhood Education, Manheim Central High School, and Tyler McMellen, president, Welding Technology, Lampeter-Strasburg High School.
Willow Street officers include: bottom, left to right, Amy Reigel, parliamentarian, Veterinary Assistant, Columbia High School; Maddy Spangler, vice president, Nursing Assistant, Penn Manor High School, and Hannah Wheeler, reporter, Sports Medicine, Solanco High School. Top, left to right: Aimsley Shoffstall, president, Medical Assistant, adult student; Nicole Scarle, secretary, Medical Assistant, Garden Spot High School, and Paige Wolfe, treasurer, Nursing Assistant, Manheim Central.