Students in South Central College’s technical programs of Auto Body & Collision Technology and Mechatronics distinguished themselves at the Minnesota SkillsUSA State Conference held March 31 - April 2.
Collision Repair Technology (individual category):
Andrew Stewart (from New Ulm): 2nd Place
Mechatronics (team category):
Nick Johnson (from Mankato) and Nick Loeffler (from Cleveland): 3rd Place
Job Skills Demonstration – Mechatronics (individual category)
Clifford Cloy (from Mankato): 3rd Place
SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry representatives, working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA helps each student excel. Over the course of five decades, this career and technical student organization has served nearly 12 million annual members, helping each one develop the technical skills required for a successful career and the leadership skills that facilitate success in life.