TYNGSBORO – Superintendent Jill Davis is pleased to announce the four winners of SkillsUSA’s annual Community Outreach Challenge.
Participating students were challenged to create a 1- to 3-minute video that would help potential incoming freshmen understand what it is like to attend Greater Lowell Tech, and to promote students’ chosen shop.
Entries were judged by the Greater Lowell SkillsUSA Alumni Association. They selected the following winners:
First place: Jazlyn Day of Lowell, a senior in Cosmetology, displayed techniques students will learn, and with her mannequin, Debra, demonstrated different hairstyles. Day will receive a $50 gift card to her choice of retailer. Day’s winning entry may be found here.
Second place: Abbey Gingras of Dracut, a junior in Programming and Web Design, used her programming and design skills to explain potential career paths in her field. She will receive a $30 gift card to her choice of retailer. Gingras’s winning entry may be found here.
Third place: Freshmen Olivia Chartier and Monique Hogan, both of Tyngsboro, describe their experiences as incoming students, and how Greater Lowell Tech opens a wide array of career possibilities. They will share a $20 gift card to their choice of retailer. Their winning entry may be found here:
Fourth place: Phearum Nuth, of Lowell, a sophomore in Electronics. Nuth explained the goals of his shop, and how theory is put into hands-on practice. Nuth will receive a $10 gift card to his choice of retailer. Nuth’s winning entry may be found here:
“I congratulate these very talented students,” Davis said. “Our students are our best ambassadors, and they have done a great job sharing the Greater Lowell Tech experience with students who may want to attend in the fall.”
To learn more about the SkillsUSA Community Outreach Challenge, click here.