SKOWHEGAN — Somerset Career and Technical Center Program Leaders Assemblies were held recently. Students from Carrabec High School, Madison Area Memorial High School, Maine Central Institute, MSAD 53, Skowhegan Area High School and Upper Kennebec Valley High School attend SCTC. Director David Dorr introduced the program instructors who then presented the awards to their students.

Students are awarded the leadership awards based on characteristics and traits that are critical to success in the workplace. The employability skills of resourcefulness and diligence were the focus of these assemblies.

Day 1 Awards

Dependability: automotive technology, Kaitlyn Curtis, SAHS; culinary arts, Damien Zezima, MCI; digital graphic arts, Anastasia Paine-Paradis, CHS; early childhood education, Makayla Snowe, MCI; electrical construction, Barret Ames, SAHS; health care careers, Jasmine Avery, MMHS; information systems technology, Hunter Smith, MMHS; outdoor leadership and skills, Brendon Tolman, Carrabec; residential construction, Mathew Duncombe, MCI; welding, Cody Bailey, CHS.

Interpersonal Skills: automotive technology, Daniel Holt, SAHS; culinary arts, Jasen Dickey, SAHS; digital graphic arts, Amie Walton, MCI; early childhood education, Ericka Potvin, MMHS; electrical construction, Zach Griffeth, SAHS; health care careers, Olivia Hamm, MCI; information systems technology, John North, CHS; outdoor leadership and skills, Alanna Wacome, SAHS; residential construction, Zach Switzer, SAHS; welding, Chase Whittemore, SAHS.

Diligence: health care careers, Courtney Sprague, MCI.

Resourcefulness: health care careers, Caitlyn Charrier, SAHS.

Day 2 Awards

Dependability: automotive technology, Dan Mantor, MMHS; cooperative education, Charie Cole, CHS; Sarah Norton, MMHS; Dominique Doane, SAHS; Montana Murray, SAHS; Joseph Wilshusen, MSAD 53; Joshua West, UKV; Cassandra Cates, MCI; culinary arts, Dallas Hutchinson, SAHS; digital graphic arts, Kaitlyn Wood, SAHS; early childhood education, Denise Carrow, SAHS; electrical construction, Corey Rowell, SAHS; health care careers, Erika Cooley, SAHS; information systems technology, Teagan Griffeth, SAHS; outdoor leadership and skills, Joseph Griffeth, SAHS: pre-engineering, Dan Quirion, SAHS; residential construction, Andrew Pineo, SAHS; welding, Devon Blodgett, UKV.

Awards for Interpersonal Skills: automotive technology, Jen Allen, MMHS; cooperative education, Brittany Nile, CHS; Levi Richardson. MMHS; Brittney Stetkis, SAHS; Allison Coombs, SAHS; Ryan Carter, MSAD 53; Stone Ellis, UKV; Kamerin Alspaugh, MCI; culinary arts, Ariana Rowe, MCI; digital graphic arts, Megan Sylvain, CHS; early childhood education, Deanna Hayden, SAHS; electrical construction, Seth Malloy, UKV; health care careers, Emily Shrader, SAHS; Lindsay Cayford, SAHS; information systems technology, Alex Weeman, MCI; outdoor leadership and skills, Trevor Thebarge, SAHS; pre-engineering, Alex Baker, SAHS; residential construction, Bryan Lapointe, SAHS; welding, Sarah Finnemore, SAHS.

Diligence: health care careers, Cailee Manzer, SAHS and Rylie Blanchet, SAHS.

Resourcefulness: health care careers, Melissa Mitchell, SAHS; and Rebecca Bell, SAHS.

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