A total of 29 Dunwoody College students will be competing this weekend at the Minnesota regional tournament for SkillsUSA in a variety of contests. In addition, Dunwoody College will host the Internetworking Skills Contest at 8 a.m. Saturday, April 10, and the Telecommunications Cabling Contest (also at 8 a.m. Saturday). All contests and the awards ceremony are free and open to the public.
The competitions students will be competing in (plus the number of students participating) are:
Automotive Service Technology (2 , +1 alternate)
Residential Wiring (3)
Industrial Motor Control (3)
Telecommunications Wiring (2)
Collision Repair Technology (4)
Architectural Drafting (4)
Quiz Bowl (1 team)
Technical Math (5)
Blueprint Reading (3)
In addition, two Dunwoody Academy students will compete at the high school level: one in Automotive Service Technology and the other in Architectural Drafting. For a full schedule, download the Skills USA Minnesota PDF schedule.
Many thanks to Dunwoody SkillsUSA advisers Polly Friendshuh, Bridget Reynolds, Heather Gay, Austin Lutz, Denny Stenquist, Phil Yeager, Bob Brandon and Bruce Graffunder. And to Rob Bentz for hosting and judging the Internetworking contest and Phil Yeager for doing the same for the Telecommunications Cabling contest at Dunwoody. Should any Dunwoody students win the state competition, they will compete at the national SkillsUSA competition in June in Kansas City, MO.
In other SkillsUSA news, Senior Electrical Construction & Maintenance Instructor Polly Friendshuh has been named to the National Education Team for Residential Wiring.