WSCCHosts Tech Prep Showcase: Competition Spotlights Local Career-Technical Student Talent
On April 5, during the College Tech Prep Regional Showcase, students from the Washington County Career Center, Morgan High School, and Meigs High School competed in a variety of career-technical program categories. The annual showcase, held at Washington State Community College (WSCC), gives students an opportunity to present capstone projects that emphasize all aspects of their education and training.
This year's winners listed below (by category):
Agriculture/Horticulture: Justin Massey –Washington County Career Center
Automotive Technology: Seth White and Cory Wise – Meigs High School
Health Technology: TIE
Kelsie Haines and Kelsey Newsome—Morgan High School
Jessie Boley and Raquel Lada—Washington County Career Center
Interactive Media: Alex Schwaben—Washington County Career Center
Information Technology: Chris Folmer—Meigs High School
Winners of each category will be recognized at the College Tech Prep Recognition Banquet on May 1, 2013. College Tech Prep, locally under the Southeast Regional College Tech Prep Center at WSCC, is a program that supports career and technical education at the high school and post-secondary level. The Southeast Regional Center works to develop pathways to post-secondary education and credit articulation agreements from high school career-technical programs.