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

Eric Sullivan, a Cony High School junior, is enrolled in the computer technology program. He enjoys the hands-on work he gets to do with computers as a part of the class.

“Eric is a diligent worker who always gets his work done. He asks great questions and always shows interest in learning more about what he is working on,” instructor Jim Temple said in a CATC news release.

Sullivan recently was awarded a silver medal in the local SkillsUSA competition, beating out seniors enrolled in the program for a second year. He plans to take the computer tech second-year program next year. In the future, Sullivan would like to have a career as a computer engineer.

Troy Worster, a Maranacook Community High School senior, is enrolled in the law enforcement program. He enjoys the hands-on activities in the class that help him understand the concepts of the class.

“Troy displays commitment and dedication to the law enforcement program every day. He shows professionalism and self-discipline in all he does,” instructor Peter Couture said in the release.

Worcester recently was selected to carry the American flag for the program’s honor guard team. When he is not in class, he participates in Marancook athletics, which this year includes the football, Nordic skiing and track teams. In the fall, Worcester plans to attend a four-year college to study criminal justice and then pursue a career in law enforcement.

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