YTI attends Skills USA district contest
PLEASANT GAP – The YTI Career Institute SkillsUSA team competed at the district competition on Jan. 24 at the Central PA Institute.
The results for local students are as follows:
n Robert Tremmel, Coupon, computer maintenance, first place.
n Leslie Barcelona, Mount Union, dental assisting, second place.
n Marie Stehley, Altoona, customer service, first place.
n Kelsie Murphy, Houtzdale, dental assisting, third place.
n Nicole Gill, Hollidaysburg, first aid/CPR, first place.
n Clayton Davis, Tyrone, Internetworking, first place.
n Tammy Desch, Altoona, medical assisting, first place.
n Katie Scott, Tyrone, medical math, first place.
n Jenny Heatley, Grassflat, medical terminology, first place.
n Amanda Dick, Duncansville; Jennifer Wills, Morrisdale; Kelly Barr, Altoona; and Amber Engle, Altoona; health occupation knowledge bowl, first place.
The following SkillsUSA members advanced to the state competition:
Community Service – Cameron Querry, Six Mile Run; and Joseph Robertazzi III, Altoona.
Web Design – Alex Smith, Cresson; and Dustin Marlin, Duncansville.
Paul Amigh is the SkillsUSA adviser at YTI Career Institute.