Wed June 26, 2013
Youth Demonstrate Job Talents At Skills USA
Hundreds of people are gathering to prove they are the best at a profession they have either just started or about to start. The Skills USA competition pits people in secondary and post-secondary education in head to head competition in talents ranging from computer programing, to cooking, to welding to over 90 other fields.
Former Northland Career Center teacher Al Babich is joined by two young competitors: Kaitlin McGee, competing in culinary arts, and Kayla Davis, competing in criminal justice, to discuss what the competition is like and what their prospects are for the future.