All Girl Welding Team

All Girl Welding Team


skills, communication skills and team work skills which it takes to put this project together that they’re actually building.”Ryan Raucher, Senior, Scott Regional Technical Center”Working as a team, even if it’s something as litte as this, will help you in the longrun, because you eat an elephant one bite at a time, it’s kind of, you know, a little here, a little there and eventually you can work as a team.” THE TEAMS FROM LAMAR AND MONETT FINISHED IN THE TOP TWO, QUALIFYING THEM FOR STATE COMPETITION THROUGH SKILLS U.S.A. AND TODAY’S COMPETITION FEATURED A RATHER NON- TRADITIONAL GROUP OF WELDERS. THE TEAM FROM NEVADA REGIONAL TECHNICAL CENTER IS AN ALL-FEMALE GROUP, MADE UP OF TWO JUNIORS AND A SENIOR. KSN’S JEREMIAH COOK WAS AT THE COMPETITION TODAY AND JOINS US NOW. JEREMIAH, HOW DID THESE GIRLS END UP IN THE WELDING SHOP? TO BE IN THE COMPETITION, THEY HAD TO BE SELECTED BY THEIR INSTRUCTOR. BUT THEIR JOURNEY TO TODAY’S COMPETITION BEGAN WELL BEFORE THAT. AND FOR DESIREE BUSEY, IT GOES BACK TO FINDING A WAY TO CONNECT WITH HER FATHER. Desiree Busey, Junior, Nevada Regional Technical Center”My dad was a welder, and I’ve FAMILY TIES TO THE CRAFT. Reagan Johnson, Junior, Nevada Regional Technical Center”My dad is a pipe liners, and he’s taught me since I was, like, 13 years old, so I just took it on, and I enjoy it a lot.”

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