CTA Students Receive Prestigious Award
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CCPS Career & Technology Academy Students Receive
Prestigious Award at the 2022 SkillsUSA Maryland Annual Fall Leadership Conference
The Calvert County Public Schools (CCPS) Career and Technology Academy (CTA) sent 31 students to the SkillsUSA Maryland Annual Fall Leadership Conference held November 3-4, 2022, in Ocean City. This is one of the first steps in obtaining the knowledge and skills to become a SkillsUSA leader.
At the conference, CCPS students engaged with other SkillsUSA Maryland students and attended valuable leadership training sessions focused on a essential leadership skills such as adaptability and flexibility, setting smart goals, teamwork, communication, and time management.
Each student was eligible for the prestigious SkillsUSA Statesman Award. This award recognizes those who have demonstrated their leadership skills and have mastered certain requirements in leadership training.
Certificates and lapel pins were presented to the following students who met all the requirements of the SkillsUSA Statesman/Advanced Statesman Award:
|Benjamin Abel||Faith Murphy (Advanced)|
|Casey Bowen (Advanced)||Asher Neil|
|Jessica Cecil||Amy Ontko|
|Angielynn Chase (Advanced)||Ryan Russey-Thyes|
|Nathan Coston||Courtney Smith|
|Sidney Daniels||Jaden Smith|
|Tanner Eaton||Matthew Thompson|
|Maggie Green||Katelynn Tinsley|
|AJ Halsey||Waylon Trigger|
|Nathan Hawley||Hank Valentin|
|Kaiya Jenkins||Allison Whittington|
|Gabriela Mejia||Destiny Wright|
For more information about the CTA SkillsUSA program, visit cta.calvertnet.k12.md.us/about-us/student-organizations.
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