OSWEGO — Career and Technical Education (CTE) students at the Center for Instruction, Technology and Innovation (CiTi) were recently recognized as most employable in their class for final quarter of the 2020-21 school year.
Each honoree is nominated by a teacher who has witnessed the student exhibit traits that are desired by employers. Nominees bring a variety of employable skills to their CTE program, from efficiency to timeliness to customer service.
The following students were recognized for the fourth quarter: Brett Hariott (welding); Samantha McRae (New Vision Allied Health); Grace Mason (culinary arts); Lauren Goss (New Vision Specialized Careers); Stefin Cooper (heavy equipment repair and operation); Emily Hamacher (digital media technology); Matt McCarty (construction technology); Darian Barber (welding); Nathan Carlin (welding); Emily Ballou (certified nursing assistant); Kyle Farmer (automotive technology); Paige Nitzke (early childhood education); Shane Kinter (public safety and justice); Aiden Seinoski (computer coding); and Kaila Loadwick (cosmetology).
The Oswego County Federal Credit Union sponsors the program and awards $50 gift cards to five of the honorees selected at random.