Students honored for employability

Posted Dec. 27, 2010, at 11:20 p.m.

SKOWHEGAN, Maine — The Somerset Career & Technical Center honored students recently for their achievements in the area of developing employability skills.

The technical center held events called Program Leader Assemblies earlier this month for high school juniors and seniors. The students were presented leadership awards for their progress in embodying diligence and resourcefulness.

The following juniors were honored for diligence: Devon Meservie, automotive technology; Jonathan Emery, carpentry; Ryley Corson, cooperative education; Amanda Quirion, culinary arts; Austin Frost, digital graphic arts; Mikayla Cowette, electrical construction; Ashley Corson, health care careers; Ben Grooms, information systems technology; and Matthew Kay, outdoor resources.

Junior awards for resourcefulness went to Justin Grant, automotive technology; Mathew Gordon, carpentry; Alphonso Dixon, culinary arts; Michaelena Stone, digital graphic arts; William Foster, electrical construction; Stephanie Abbott and Riley Cayford, health care careers; Aren LeBrun, information systems technology; and Megan Orchard, outdoor resources.

Senior awards for diligence were given to Brandon Lyons, carpentry; Emily Pineo, Mikella Laney, Brenna Libby, Bruce Bickford and Nathan Atwood, cooperative education; Kimberly Warger, culinary arts; Greg Sirois, digital graphic arts; James McGuire, electrical construction; Sarah Steward, information systems technology; Riley Johnston, outdoor resources; and Justin May, welding.

Senior awards for resourcefulness were given to Brandon Lyons, carpentry; Rick Gooldrup, Courtney Corson, Alexis Cote, Rebecca Ellis, Taylor Gilbert, and Ashley Hines, cooperative education; Courtney Corson, culinary arts; Nicole LaSalle, digital graphic arts; Paul Bishop, electrical construction; Michael Gordon, information systems technology; Ryan Goodwin, outdoor resources; and Ryan Rathburn, welding.

The Somerset Career & Technical Center, located in Skowhegan, serves several area high schools.

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