Augusta tech center recognizes May students of month

ByJosephine J. Romero

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AUGUSTA — Money Spot Specialized Center has introduced its May possibly college students of the thirty day period.

Wyatt French Submitted photograph

Wyatt French of China is a senior from Erskine Academy in South China enrolled for the 2nd 12 months in the Vehicle Overall body plan. He has liked learning in the classroom and then currently being in a position to go instantly into the shop and use what he has learned, in accordance to a news release from the centre.

French’s teacher, Romeo Roy, reported, “Wyatt has been a terrific two-calendar year student right here at CATC in Vehicle Overall body. His abilities are pretty effectively rounded. He is a really respectful and responsible younger gentleman with a get the job done ethic like no other. He will do quite very well in the workforce.”

French performs following college welding for a nearby corporation that manufactures blowers. He likes to expend time working on his truck. Right after graduation, he will go on his training and go after a vocation in significant diesel equipment mechanics.

Samantha Haskell  Submitted image

Samantha Haskell of Whitefield is a senior from Gardiner Spot High College enrolled in the Device Device with Welding program. She has appreciated that following investing the start of the college 12 months studying the protection facets of the system, much of the time is now used on hands-on projects. Her favorite part of the application has been mastering how to adhere weld, and she recently took the American Welding Modern society certification check.

Her teacher, Darryl Nadeau, stated, “Samantha is a prime illustration of what businesses out there are asking and on the lookout for. Her frame of mind and perform ethics are an A plus. She will have a excellent vocation.”

Haskell functions at IGA in Randolph. This summer months she is searching forward to pulling steers at Maine’s agricultural fairs. Following graduation, she designs to attend Kennebec Valley Local community College’s Welding application.

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