Local students competed in the annual SkillsUSA state contest held in Lebanon County.

Written by Reading Eagle

Berks County students took home a total of 23 awards in the annual SkillsUSA state competition held recently at the Lebanon Valley Expo Center.


SkillsUSA is a national membership association serving high school, college and middle school students who are preparing for careers in trade, technical and skilled service occupations.

Students from Reading Muhlenberg Career & Technology Center and Berks Career & Technology Center competed at the state level on April 11.

Receiving medals were:

First place

Masonry: Jacob Todd, BCTC

Teamworks: Conner Brehm, BCTC

Teamworks: Ryan Kane, BCTC

Teamworks: Joshua Joyce, BCTC

Mechatronics: Josiah Dempsey, BCTC

Mechatronics: Andrew O’Donohue, BCTC

Employment application process: Jimmie Wright IV, RMCTC

Second place

Painting and decorating: Trinity Shepley, BCTC

CNC turning specialist: Steven Reiss, BCTC

Audio/radio production: Emma Shainline, BCTC

Audio/radio production: Alexis Weidner, BCTC

Digital cinema production: Ryan Loader, BCTC

Digital cinema production: Zachary Ninfo, BCTC

Television production: Rachel Murray, BCTC

Television production: Madison Ruch, BCTC

Auto refinishing: Yashika DeGeorge, RMCTC

Web design: Everett Daniels Wright, RMCTC

Web design: Joelvis Pena Peralta, RMCTC

Third place

Internet working: Mason Reimert, BCTC

Computer programming: David Rohweder, BCTC

Cosmetology: Emma Templin, BCTC

Cooperative log book: Roberto Gonzalez, RMCTC

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