College & Community Relations
Aims Community College Has Three Collision Program Students Representing it at State SkillsUSA CompetitionSubmitted on: 03-27-2014
Instructor Mike Hanscome is the Lead Advisor working with the members of the Aims Full Throttle Club, of which the members compete in the District Level SkillsUSA Competition that moves student skills from the classroom to direct competition against their peers across North and Eastern Colorado. Winners move on to the State SkillsUSA Competition and compete for a chance to represent Colorado in the National Conference.
Aims Community College will have three students from its Collision Program representing it at the State SkillsUSA Competition this year, who will each compete for a chance to represent Colorado in the National Conference held in Kansas City. The students competing in this year’s competition are: Dymond Braun, Jagger Watkins, and Mike Thompson. This is Jagger’s second time competing at the State SkillsUSA Competition. Last year Aims Student Creighton Farness won State and went on to finish 11th in the Nation.
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