AUGUSTA — Capital Area Technical Center has announced its Students of the Month for September.

Bradley Wing is a senior from Cony High School enrolled for the second year in the Building Construction program. He has worked on the team building houses for the Kennebec Valley Community Action Program in Cony Village. Wing, whose father is in the construction business, plans a career in the construction field.

Nicholas Roberge is a senior from Erskine Academy enrolled for the second year in the Computer Technology program. He plans on attending an area postsecondary school to major in computer information systems or IT management.

Alex Boucher is a senior from Cony enrolled for the third year in the Automotive Technology program. Last year, Boucher received training on hybrid auto safety from a technician and managers from Charlie’s Motor Mall. He plans to attend Central Maine Community College to continue his studies in automotive technology.

The center also elected their SkillsUSA officers for the upcoming school year.

For the morning session, Elizabeth Schneider of Cony High School is president; Angela Butler of Cony High School is vice president; Caleb Buck of Winthrop is secretary; and Christopher Flanagon of Cony is treasurer.

For the afternoon session, Julia Burk of Erskine Academy is president; Vanessa Heald of Gardiner is vice president; Heidi Weymouth of Winthrop is secretary and Kendra Travis of Regional School Unit 12 is treasurer.

SkillsUSA is a national vocational leadership organization.

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