From NJ.com: How one NJ school is getting students career-ready

February 12th, 2016

Great article and pictures from the South Jersey Times about Salem County Technical Schools 43rd annual Quality Cup of Excellence.

…the Quality Cup is more than just an educational competition, it’s an opportunity for the school, but more specifically students, to showcase the career-building skills they’ve been working on.

Students were hyped up on the obstacles and accomplishments they’ve achieved in their specific area of study.

Read the story here.

And the programs that scored best in the various categories were:

First Place Overall – Air Force Junior ROTC, with a score of 94.929

1st Runner-Up – Culinary and Pastry Arts, with a score of 94.448

2nd Runner-Up – Electrical, with a score of 93.286

3rd Runner-Up – Welding, with a score of 93.036

4th Runner-Up – Academy of Agricultural Sciences,  with a score of 92.030

Special Awards

Most Unique Presentation – Allied Health

Presentation that Best Incorporated Job Readiness Skills – Electrical

Presentation thst Best Incorporated Public Speaking – Welding

 

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