In addition to the contests, the A&M Consolidated Information Technology Chapter 3561 was recognized at the Opening Ceremony for receiving the Presidential Volunteer Service Award Gold level. To earn this award, the chapter volunteered over 1000 hours of volunteer service. The students and advisor were recognized with a gold pin and a letter from President Obama.
The A&M Consolidated Information Technology Chapter 3561 was also recognized on stage at the awards ceremony as winning the Models of Excellence Workplace chapter. This ranks their chapter in community impact, leadership, excellence and skills. The Models of Excellence Workplace award ranked Chapter 3561 as the top chapter in the nation out of over 18,000 chapters.
Here are the results of all contests:
3D Animation Team
8th Place Team – Josie Meyer and Takuma Fujiwara
Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing)
15th Place Team – Jedidiah Romo and Keith Adams
Career Pathway Showcase in Information Technology
4th Place – Carson Fink, Reid Ragusa, Spencer Williamson
Models of Excellence
1st Place Workplace Chapter – Delphine Leoue Ngoko Djomo and Kelly Krenek
Related Technical Mathematics
6th Place – Tian Shu Huang
14th Place Team – Katie Gray and Matt Holtzapple
The SkillsUSA NLSC event held over 16,000 students, advisors and volunteers in attendance from all fifty states and territories including Puerto Rico, Guam and the Virgin Islands. Students competed in over 100 different events making SkillsUSA the largest skilled and technical contest in the Nation. SkillsUSA was named one of the top 10 public to private industry partnerships and the NLSC event boasts to have the single biggest day of corporate volunteerism in America. In addition, students ran the National Delegation meetings, attended SkillsUSA University and Activate Training, participated in a day of service to Louisville, traveled to Kentucky Kingdom amusement park and represented CSISD with great pride.