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Savannah Tech students earn medals at the 2023 SkillsUSA national competition
Savannah Tech OSHA gold medalists
Hunter Mathews (Business), Brandi Burkett (Cosmetology), and William Smith (HVAC) earned gold for OSHA. (Submitted photos).

Special to the Herald

 

ATLANTA, Ga. – Savannah Technical College students won gold for Mobile Electronics Installation and OSHA and won silver for TV and Video Production at the national SkillsUSA competition for 2023 in Atlanta.

 

Erin Smith
Erin Smith (Automotive Technology) earned gold in Mobile Electronics Installation.
U.S. Army veteran and STC automotive student Erin Smith won gold for Mobile Electronics Installation. The OSHA team also won gold with Brandi Burkett (Cosmetology), Hunter Mathews (Business), and William Smith (HVAC). The TV and Video production team won silver with Savannah Film Academy students Dalton Kleman and Lore Carter.

 

TV Production silver medal
Lore Carter (Savannah Film Academy) and Dalton Kleman (Savannah Film Academy) earned silver in TV/Video Production.
A total of seven STC teams and individuals, who won gold at the state competition this spring, competed in the following national competitions for Community Service, Culinary Arts, Mobile Electronics Installation, Occupational, Health and Safety (OSHA), Promotional Bulletin Board, Sheet Metal, and TV/Video Production.

 

SkillsUSA is a national career and technical student organization/competition that annually serves more than 395,000 high school, college and post-secondary students–and their instructors–in technical, skilled and service-occupation instructional programs.