Career and Technical Education

Pine Forest High School Student Named SkillsUSA State Officer
Published by Storie Smith on June 16, 2020
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Trenton Hightower, Pine Forest High School, Named SkillsUSA Officer

Trenton Hightower from Pine Forest High School was recently chosen as was one of seven high school students selected to serve as SkillsUSA North Carolina state officer at the annual state leadership and skills conference (this year held virtually due to COVID-19). For the next year, these seven individuals will serve as ambassadors and travel to events across the state and country sharing the message of Career and Technical Education, and specifically the message of SkillsUSA.

SkillsUSA North Carolina officers work together to develop engaging educational conferences for the 6,000+ members statewide. Additionally, they visit business and industry representatives and legislative representatives. Through effective speaking and facilitating techniques, SkillsUSA North Carolina leaders communicate the message of career-readiness.

Read this and more in What’s WORKING in Career and Technical Education in the CTE News Briefs – June 2020.

        

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