The Colleges of the Northern Wyoming Community College District, which include Sheridan and Gillette Colleges, performed well at the Wyoming SkillsUSA competitions over the past two weeks.

Gillette College was awarded High Point Chapter honors for total medal count. Seventeen students across the district competed in the state competition and received 13 total medals after the results were tallied at the final competition in Casper.

Winners include: Additive Manufacturing

Gold: Gillette College Gregory Locke & Andrew Green

Automated Manufacturing

Silver: Gillette College Team B: Clancy Ortman, Stuart Harrison, & Andrew Green:

Diesel Technology

Gold: Gillette College Colter Morris

Silver: Gillette College Rhett Beard

Bronze: Gillette College Taylor Jensen

Job Skill Demonstration A

Gold: Gillette College Hannah Smithson

Silver: Gillette College Richard Kimble

Job Skill Open

Bronze: Gillette College Brett Konst

CPR/First Responder

Gold: Gillette College Richard Kimble

Related Technical Math

Bronze: Gillette College Duane Zmiewski

Automotive Service Technology

Bronze: Gillette College Colter Morris

Manual Mill & Lathe

Gold: Sheridan College Nicholas Larson

Automated Manufacturing Team

Gold: Sheridan College Tawny Browning, Walkara Robinson, Jacob Seidel

SkillsUSA prepares America’s high-performance workers and provides quality education experiences for students in leadership, teamwork, citizenship and character development. Gillette College students enrolled in career and technical education programs compete in SkillsUSA each year and consistently excel.

All students and teams who won gold medals at the state level will go on to compete at the National Leadership and Skills Conference that will be held virtually this June.

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