SKOWHEGAN — The Somerset Career & Technical Center Program Leaders Assemblies were held recently for Day 1 and Day 2 students. Students from Carrabec High School, Madison Area Memorial High School, Maine Central Institute, MSAD53, 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 were awarded the leadership awards based on characteristics and traits that are critical to success in the work place. The employability skill of ethical conduct was the focus of these two assemblies.

Day 1 — awards for ethical conduct

Automotive technology: Brandon Priest, CHS.

Cooperative education: Blake Nelson and Emily Shrader, SAHS; Savannah Abbott, MMHS; Taylor Shaw, CHS; Indy Dunton, MSAD53; Amanda Landry, UKV. Dustin Bickford, MCI. Culinary arts: Emily Sincyr, SAHS.

Digital Graphic arts: Joanna Veilleux, SAHS.

Early childhood education: Meredith Doiron, SAHS.

Electrical construction: Logan Merrill, home school.

Health care careers: Christine Locke, SAHS.

Information systems technology: Jeffrey Bearor, MMHS.

Outdoor leadership & skills: Dylan Blanchet, SAHS.

Residential construction: Travis Janvrin, SAHS.

Day 2 — awards for ethical conduct

Automotive technology: Daniel Holt, SAHS.

Culinary arts: Kyle Dougeneck, MMHS.

Digital graphic arts: Shelby Watson, SAHS.

Early childhood education: Savanna Kandiko, MMHS.

Electrical construction: Barret Ames, SAHS.

Health care careers: Anthony Paul SAHS.

Information systems technology: Hunter Smith, MMHS.

Outdoor leadership & skills: Abbie Richardson, SAHS.

Residential construction: Logan Merrill, Home School.

Welding: Devon Blodgett, UKV.

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