Robotics students at WCSCC qualify for SkillsUSA state championships | #education | #technology | #training


SMITHVILLE – A pair of seniors in Drew Fuller’s robotics class, part of the RAMTEC program at the Wayne County Schools Career Center (WCSCC) will be showing what they’ve learned so far in state competition, May 3-4, at the Convention Center in Columbus.

Lydia Styer and Evan Blough are both excited about the opportunity to have qualified for the SkillsUSA State Industrial Robotics competition.

The SkillsUSA Ohio State Championships brings more than 5,000 competitors, business and industry partners, instructors and vendors together in over 100 contests in 16 career pathways to showcase career and technical education in Ohio. Students compete for the title of best in Ohio in their respective career fields.

“They assign us a task to do, and we have four hours to do it,” Styer said.



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