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EMCC students compete at regional SkillsUSA competition; 16 students place in top 3

Nearly 60 students who attend programs at the Eastern Monroe Career Center competed in the 30th annual SkillsUSA Region I Leadership Conference and Skills Olympics at Alfred State on March 5. EMCC had another great showing with 11 first place, two second place and three third place wins.


Results are as follows:


Brighton CSD
Cheatle, Avery - CNC Milling Specialist, 1st Place 
Sweeney, Brenna - Job Interview, 3rd Place
Timmerman, Gabrielle - Prepared Speech, 1st Place 


East Irondequoit CSD
Carrasquillo, Dahlia - Job Demo Open, 1st Place


Fairport CSD
Chapell, Lauren - Quiz Bowl*, 1st Place 
Stephens, Grace - Action Skills Basic, 3rd Place 


Honeoye Falls-Lima CSD
White, Christina Quiz Bowl*, 1st Place 


Penfield CSD
Goossen, Lauren -Quiz Bowl*, 1st Place 


Rochester City SD - Norman Howard
Hansen, Jade - Photography, 1st Place


Rush-Henrietta CSD
Brown, Ember - Masonry, 2nd Place 


Webster CSD - Schroeder HS
Cali, Lindsy - Cosmetology Senior, 3rd Place 
Gregoire, Christopher - CPR/First Aid, 2nd Place 
Pizzingrilli, Carolyn - CPR/First Aid, 1st Place 


West Irondequoit CSD
Cartagena, Sierra Employment Application Pr, 1st Place 
Conrad, Isaac - Electrical Const Wiring, 1st Place 
Hartley, Kellan - Quiz Bowl*, 1st Place 




Skills USA is a national organization serving teachers and high school/college students preparing for careers in technical, skilled and service occupations, including health occupations. The organization provides quality education experiences for students in leadership, teamwork, citizenship and character development and builds and reinforces self-confidence, work attitudes and communications skills.


Congratulations, students!


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