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20 Students attend SkillsUSA Fall Leadership and return with medals

Greater New Bedford Regional Vocational Technical High School students attended the SkillsUSA Fall Leadership Conference from November 24 – 26, 2019. Students at the conference participated in intensive leadership training in multiple areas, including: communication skills, group dynamics and employability skills, while having opportunities to become involved in the SkillsUSA Professional Development Program (PDP), earn a SkillsUSA Massachusetts Leader Award, and learn more about SkillsUSA’s various programs. The students that attended participated in several challenges, including: Framework Case Study, Community Construction, Framework Video Challenge, Membership Promotions, Community Service, and Workplace Safety.

  • Chloe Baganha – Sophomore – Early Childhood and Education
  • Sara Carreiro – – Sophomore – Dental Assisting
  • Ramon Corado – Junior – Plumbing – Workplace Safety Project – Bronze
  • Dylon Correia – Sophomore – Automotive Technology – Membership Promotion Project – Silver Madison DeLuca – Sophomore – Engineering Technology, Member of the Courtesy Corp
  • Jerry Diaz-Rivera – Sophomore – Electrical Technology – Membership Promotion Project – Silver Daniel Escoto – Sophomore – Nurse and Health Assisting
  • Benjamin Farland – Sophomore – Engineering Technology
  • Geinys Figaro Figaro – Sophomore – Medical Assisting – Community Construction Project – Silver
  • Kara Koska – Sophomore – Dental Assisting
  • Jillian Leary – Sophomore – Drafting Technology
  • Sarah Lopes – Sophomore – Medical Assisting
  • Ricardo Macedo – Sophomore – Electrical Technology – Workplace Safety Project – Silver Joshua Medeiros – Sophomore – HVAC – Workplace Safety Project – Silver
  • Andrew Morin – Sophomore – Carpentry
  • Payton O’Brien – Sophomore – Cosmetology – Workplace Safety Project – Gold
  • Jillian Simmons- Sophomore – Information Support Services & Networking
  • Abigail Souza – Sophomore – Nurse and Health Assisting – Membership Promotion Project – Gold
  •  Arianna Stevens – Sophomore – Visual Design Technology
  • Bryn Tremblay – Sophomore – Legal and Protective Services – Membership Promotion Project – Bronze

All of the students earned their Leadership Award Pins and placed 3rd or above in the Track Quality Awards. The students traveled with the following advisors/chaperones: Steven Condon, Meghan Lacasse, Michael Meriano, and Lori Russell-Pelsue. The GNB Voc-Tech students were exemplary participants, making the school, the national organization and themselves, proud, as they work to become leaders in our programs, school, and community.