Medical Assisting student Pauline Battle came home to Columbus sporting some new hardware – a bronze medal! Way to go Pauline and congratulations to her faculty advisor Leslie Noles.
Columbus Technical College was well-represented at the national SkillsUSA competition in Kansas City in June. Students from our community service, medical assisting, welding fabrication, heating/ventilation/air-conditioning (HVAC), cabinetmaking, major appliance technology and automotive refinishing all vied for medals against peers from across the country.
The community service team consists of faculty advisor Alicia Anderson, Gloria Holmes, Swadrick Marshall, and Shaunte Scott. Advisor Leslie Noles and student Pauline Battle represented medical assisting while advisor Ronnie McBride brough Casey Campbell, Kevin Cleary, and Billy Hankins. Student James Hollis represented the cabinetmaking program, Chris Werner and advisor Mike Stewart were with automotive refinishing while lead advisor John Lipham and his student Bryson Norman fought for bragging rights on behalf of major appliance technology.