The 2022 SkillsUSA Competition was a virtual event this year. There was a total of 57 students from 5 local CTC’s who competed in the virtual event on Friday, January 14. Cumberland Perry Area CTC had 5 students compete. Students who placed 1st will compete at the Pennsylvania State Competition at Hershey in April.
Ricardo Harmon, from Cedar Cliff placed third in Collision Repair. Clayton Henry, a Masonry junior from Big Spring placed third. Level three Horticulture senior Chris Reynolds from West Perry, received second place. Additionally CPACTC had two students come in First Place, and are now scheduled to compete at Hershey. Grace Christensen, a senior from Camp Hill in the Criminal Justice program and Emilynn Howell, a sophomore in the Diesel Technology program from Big Spring.
Congratulations to all the competitors, and best of luck this spring at Hershey to Emilynn and Grace!