Aidan Rice, Maksim Revelle, Riley Miller,Jacob Huff, Forrest Brown, Bret Sanders, and Hunter Giffin competed in the Skills USA competition in Columbus in April. They showed their “skills” in Additive Manufacturing, Robotics and Automation Technology, and Engineering Design Technology. Students have the ability of advancing to the national level after winning at the state competitions. If they win on the national level, they may compete against other countries. Danny McCree brings this tradition to Finneytown after having several winners in the past. “We have exceptionally talented students here,” he said. Bret Sanders and Hunter Giffin won a Bronze Medal in Robotics and Automation Technology at the competition.
Skills USA is an national organization that gives students the opportunity to compete with the best in their fields of interest. Students can compete in engineering, robotics, computer science, welding, and other career fields at the local, state, national, and international levels.