Two MHS students in Skills USA leadership roles
Congratulations to Mohonasen High School students Samantha Dollar and Amber Lupi, who were sworn in this week as officers in SkillsUSA, the national organization for career and technical education (CTE).
Samantha, who will serve as a co-president and Amber, who is parliamentarian, are members of the culinary program at Capital Region BOCES.
SkillsUSA is known for promoting personal and professional growth for CTE students and offers them the opportunity to compete at the local, regional, state and national levels.
A full list of officers from Capital Region BOCES and their home districts can be viewed below:
- President — Aidan Enders, diesel tech, Duanesburg
- Vice President — Roman Tribunella, electrical trades, Scotia-Glenville
- Treasurer —Kevin Karlok, auto tech, Niskayuna
- Secretary — Sahara Hamilton, criminal justice, Schenectady
- Parliamentarian — Amber Lupi, Culinary I, Mohonasen
- Community Service Liaison — Brianna Beisly, nurse assistant I, Berne-Knox-Westerlo (BKW)
Historian/Photographer — Brianna Kain, nurse assistant II Schenectady
- Co-President — Samantha Dollar, culinary tech prep, Mohonasen and Kody Lieb, internet applications II, Guilderland
- Treasurer — Robert Witzke, carpentry services, South Colonie
- Secretary — Raven Bryant, internet applications II, Schenectady
- Parliamentarian — Ryan Heinze, automotive services, Maywood School
- Community Service Liaison – Zachary Schmid, food services, Schenectady
- Historian / Photographer – Victoria Passonno, nurse assistant II, Duanesburg