PowerSports students win silver at SkillsUSA competition

Left to right, Jack Scheel, M State PowerSports Technology instructor Kent Reisenauer and Brad Burgess.

Minnesota State Community and Technical College students Brad Burgess and Jack Scheel won second-place medals in the Power Equipment category at the recent Minnesota SkillsUSA competition in Bloomington.

Burgess took second place in the Power Equipment Technology category, and Scheel won second place in Job Skills Demonstration. Both are students in the PowerSports Technology program on M State’s Detroit Lakes campus.

SkillsUSA is a national nonprofit that serves high school and college students who are preparing for careers in a trade, technical and skilled service occupations. Its state and national competitions are based on industry-driven occupational skills standards.

Posted in News on April 21, 2017 at 12:13 pm