“Lately, I’ve been practicing programming websites under a timer with my partner, Kenny,” senior Colton Fitzgerald said.
In order to attend, members were required to pay a $210 fee. The cost covers transportation, hotel and conference entrance.
“Now that it’s time for state, all of the members are extremely excited to let all of their hard work pay off and represent our school in the best way possible,” sophomore Victor Taksheyev said.
All conference attendees will be participating in SkillsUSA related workshops and competing in topics related to their program. In order to prepare for the conference, members have been working on their projects since the beginning of the school year.
“I’m excited to finally present my project because it’s been a long year of working on it,” SkillsUSA President Amanda Galvan said. “Right now, I’m working on something related to web design since it’s my program.”