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SICTC Students Advance to State SkillsUSA Competition

Twenty-two students from the EVSC's Southern Indiana Career and Technical Center earned the opportunity to advance to the state SkillsUSA contests April 15 and 16 after competing in the regional contests this past weekend. 

In addition to advancing to the state level, Vincennes University provides scholarships to students who finish in the top five. Students placing first receive a $2,500 scholarship; those placing second receive $1,000; and those placing third, fourth or fifth receive $500.

Students advancing to the state competition include:

Skylar Burkhart

1st

Architectural Drafting

NTI

Isaac Holden

1st

Mechanical Drafting

NTI

Layne Jones

2nd

Mechanical Drafting

NTI

Noah Mayer

3rd

Mechanical Drafting

NTI

Brian Dunigan

1st

Internetworking

Gibson Southern

Gibson Holder

2nd

Internetworking

North

Bryce Higgonbotham

3rd

Internetworking

North

Austin Fest

1st

Carpentry

Castle

Martin Seifert

3rd

Carpentry

Mt. Vernon

Matt Walker

5th

Carpentry

Home school

Ethan Hurst

1st

Masonry

Castle

Jack Jackson

2nd

Diesel

Tecumseh

Isaac Sollman

4th

Diesel

Gibson Southern

Evan Gick

5th

Diesel

Gibson Southern

Shawn Pemberton    

4th

Auto Collision       

Tecumseh

Steven Devine

1st

Automotive Service

Central

Tyler Knott

2nd

Automotive Service

Castle

Scott Dayton

2nd

CNC Milling

Castle

Hannah Gray

3rd

CNC Milling

Mt. Vernon

Joe King

1st

CNC Technician

Boonville

Tyler Baker

2nd

CNC Technician

Boonville

Trenton Harter

3rd

Precision Machine

Boonville

 
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