Career center students compete

| April 27, 2015

COSHOCTON – On April 14 the Coshocton County Career Center was represented by a group of students competing in the 2015 SkillsUSA Ohio Championship contest held in Columbus.

The two-day event represented 104 different career categories and 106 different schools, all competing for top honors in the competition.

The Coshocton County Career Center was represented by the following students in the competition: Kan Wang, electronics technology; Amber Dillon, medical terminology; Joey Sarchet, carpentry; Matt DelToro, criminal justice; Ryan Jones, related technical math; Dakota Walker, information technology services; Scott Hart, mobile robotics; Josh Arron, mobile robotics.

Wang placed third in the State of Ohio in his event and received a bronze medal for his achievements. He also received a $6,000 college scholarship and a new electronic tool set.


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