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In November 2018, AGC Georgia’s regional Workforce Development
Alliances will host Skills Challenges in Augusta, Gainesville, Griffin
and Moultrie. These four events offer the opportunity for more than 450
students to compete, representing nearly 60 high schools, in broadcast
news production, blueprint reading, carpentry, electrical, plumbing,
masonry, welding, A/V production and TeamWorks.
Several AGC Georgia member firms will devote hundreds of hours to make
these member-driven challenges a huge success. Each of these events will
help prepare students who will compete in their regional SkillsUSA
event in January 2019. Winners of the regional events will move on to
the state SkillsUSA competitions in March 2019 at the Georgia
International Convention Center.
Overall, the skills challenges will draw nearly 1,000 student observers
and dozens of influencers. Contributions made to the AGC Georgia
Foundation by industry firms will help make these events a huge success.
For the 2018, Skills Challenge hosted in Augusta construction students will compete in Carpentry, Electrical, Masonry, Plumbing, and Welding to see what school will earn bragging rights.
Schools competing in this 2018 challenge event include:
- Burke County High School
- East Laurens High School
- Evans High School
- Grovetown High School
- Hephzibah High School
- Jefferson County High School
- T.W. Josey High School
- Lincoln County High School
- Statesboro High School
- Washington County High School
- West Laurens High School
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For more details please connect with Bill Chambless at 478-972-5865 or email@example.com.