Lake Area Technical College Students Place at State SkillsUSA Competition
For immediate release
May 1, 2018
WATERTOWN, SD – Students from the Lake Area Technical College SkillsUSA Chapter recently competed in the South Dakota State Leadership and Skills Conference competition held on the campus of Southeast Technical College in Sioux Falls, SD, and at Lake Area Technical College in Watertown for the Criminal Justice, Esthetics, and Computer Programming portions of the competition. Congratulations to the following Lake Area Technical College students who placed in their respective categories:
Josh Lee (Sergeant Bluff, IA) Criminal Justice; Brittany Jensen (Bath, SD) Esthetics; Joshua Ramsey (Hot Springs, SD) Computer Programming; Jacob Jundt (Eureka, SD) Internetworking; Bailey Sand (Ashley, ND) Welding Sculpture; Travis Pierson (Woodstock, MN) Diesel Equipment Technology and Dylan Walhof (Edgerton, MN) Collision Repair Technology
Zach Angerhofer (Milbank, SD) Criminal Justice; Michael Bryant (Faulkton, SD) Computer Programming; Sayer Fritz (Clear Lake, SD) Internetworking; Ryen Lindner (Watertown, SD) Information Technology Services; Jacob Kummer (Spirit Lake, IA) Welding Individual; Eric Mohr (Renner, SD) Welding Sculpture; and Austin Tesch (Goodwin, SD) Diesel Equipment Technology
Alex Hansen (Watertown, SD) Criminal Justice; Tate Longville (Colton, SD) Computer Programming; Elijah Bohle (Selby, SD) Internetworking; Baily Sand (Ashley, ND), Zach Dalberg (Claire City, SD), and Quinten Fish (Pollock, SD) Welding Fabrication Team; Taylor Hanson (Sioux Falls, SD) Welding Sculpture; Jacob Oleson (Henry, SD) Diesel Equipment Technology; and Blake Enstad (Watertown, SD) Automotive Refinishing Technology
All first place recipients are eligible to advance to the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference June 25-29 in Louisville, KY, where more than 6,000 students will compete. SkillsUSA is a national organization that serves trade, industrial, technical, and health occupations students in high schools and postsecondary technical Colleges.