Schoharie CTE student leaders named for SkillsUSA

Morning skillsusa students standROTTERDAM — Students ranging from future welders to video game designers will lead the Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School Center for Advanced Technology campus SkillsUSA chapter for the 2020-21 school year.

Campus SkillsUSA officers, their program, teacher and home school districts are as follows:

 Morning Session

·        President: Giovanni Cervera, Welding and Metal Fabrication, Schalmont

·        Vice President: Justice Amos, Video Game Design, Schoharie

·        Secretary: Andrew Striffler, Welding, Mohonasen

·        Treasurer: Alexander Howell, Welding, Duanesburg

·        Parliamentarian: Christian Cieszynski, Video Game Design, Schoharie

·        Historian/Photographer: Anthony Sylvester, Welding, Schalmont

·        Co-Community Service Liaison: Ben Nelson, Video Game Design, Mohonasen 

·        Community Service Liaison: Hayden George, Welding, Middleburgh


Afternoon skillsusa studentsAfternoon Session

·        President: Richard Porter, Welding, Cobleskill-Richmondville (CRCS)

·        Vice President: Jacob Woodward, Welding, Niskayuna

·        Secretary: Gabe Killenberger, Welding, Schoharie

·        Treasurer: Andrew Fagergren, Video Game Design, Middleburgh

·        Parliamentarian: William Kruk, Video Game Design, Schalmont

·        Historian/Photographer: Aidan Rose, Welding, Voorheesville

·        Co-Community Service Liaison: Ryan Hobart, Welding, Mohonasen

·        Community Service Liaison: Hayden George, Welding, Middleburgh

SkillsUSA is a national organization for career and technical education students that promotes personal and professional growth and offers them the opportunity to compete at the local, regional, state and national levels.

Congratulations to our Schoharie HS students!