Success at SkillsUSA for Williamson students

Two Williamson machinists came in first place in SkillsUSA state competitions recently. James McChesney 2W2 took 1st place in precision machining and Aaron Tallman 2W2 took 1st place in Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Technician. Tallman will compete in the virtual national competition on June 7. McChesney will not compete in nationals because his category is not offered at that level.

Pictured above (from left to right): Pete Zwolak 0W7, director of construction technology-masonry and SkillsUSA coordinator, Aaron Tallman, James McChesney, and Harold “Butch” Ney 8W7, director of machine tool technology.

2021-05-07T14:12:25-04:00 May 7th, 2021|