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Introducing Girls Who Build!

What a delight it was to walk into the Building Construction Technology classroom at Tennessee College of Applied Technology in Nashville — my alma mater where I spent 16 months with a herd of men — to find the workshop filled with girls! 170 more words

Woodworking contest 🔨

So Tuesday was my time to build stuff, our (not only my but also my friend Mat was competing in Cabinetmaking) contest started at 8-12 and from 13-17. 76 more words

SkillsUSA!! 🇺🇸

Sunday was a quick rest day after getting back from Greeley at about 3/4 o’clock.

Monday our Wyoming SkillsUSA state event started. Monday we went to Casper for me it was pretty chill day because my contest was next day. 129 more words

Shawsheen Tech Students Win 30 Medals At SkillsUSA State Conference

BILLERICA, MA — Sixty-eight students from Shawsheen Valley Technical High School competed in the SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills State Conference last week, with 30 bringing home medals. 476 more words

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STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Shawsheen Tech Masonry Medalists Break New Ground in SkillsUSA Competition

BILLERICA, MA — Nearly 200 students from Shawsheen Valley Regional Technical High School competed in a regional technical skills competition under the banner of the SkillsUSA organization held on March 15th at Greater Lowell Technical High School. 906 more words

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Shawsheen Students Excel At SkillsUSA District Conference

BILLERICA, MA — Despite the interruption of two mid-week snow days and the short school week that resulted, Shawsheen students still competed at the Massachusetts SkillsUSA District Four Conference at Greater Lowell Technical High School on Thursday, March 15th. 522 more words

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Mint to Share

Last summer in construction class, I built a tiny (really tiny) house to serve as a neighborhood library. I installed it in the perennial border at the end of my driveway, where at any given moment it holds an assortment of fiction and nonfiction, young adult novels, doggie poop bags for neighborhood canines, and a handy spiral-bound AP Stylebook that no one seems to want. 193 more words