Gold Medal Winners: Austin Koenig, Taylor Hill, Cheyenne Howard, Ashley Anson, Jonathan Boyle, Nikkie Navarro, Haley Williams, Andrew Coale, and Ian Griffin.
Silver Medal Winners: Joshua Odum, Kyle Derr, Heather Carpintieri, Logan Warren, Kaylene Rockey, Riley MacIntyre, Caytlyn Rose, Hannah Gruber, Tara Gabrielsen, Nathan Ho, Matthew Stevens, An Thai, and Tyler Green.
Bronze Medalist: Benjamin Ridenbaugh and Oluwafemi Odekunle.
Gold medalist head to Louisville, Ky., June 19-23, 2017, for the 53nd annual National Leadership and Skills Conference, a showcase of career and technical education students. More than 16,000 people — including students, teachers and business partners — are expected to participate in the week-long event.
Mr. Hoover congratulates former Masonry student Buddy Young.
Mr. Kepich Awarded AED Program Accreditation
CISCO Student Passes CCNA Exam
Congratulations Nathan Ho for passing the CCNA exam. Cisco Certification Networking Associate (CCNA) Routing & Switching Certification is recognized as a key route for network professionals on their way to a rewarding career within the cybersecurity market.
Motorcycle Student Awarded Scholarship
Andrew Coale earned a scholarship to Universal Technical Institute for winning a Gold Medal at the SkillsUSA State Motorcycle Competition.
Mr. Hoover, Masonry Instructor was in the first class when the doors opened in 1974. He has been an instructor for 24 years, providing valuable experience for students. (Read more)
Congratulations SkillsUSA 2017
Regional Medal Winners
MEDAL CATEGORY COMPETITOR
Bronze Culinary Arts Ashley Anson
Bronze Technical Drafting Bryan Hess
Bronze Automotive Service Technology Austin Meadows
Silver Automotive Refinishing Technology Taylor Hill
Silver Carpentry Nicole Gardner
Silver Electrical Construction Wiring Logan Warren
Silver Information Technology Services John Boyle
Silver Technical Drafting Corey Myers
Gold Automotive Refinishing Technology Josh Odum
Gold Carpentry Robert Cooper
Gold Commercial Baking Heather Carpentieri
Gold Masonry Bryce Hontz
Gold Restaurant Services Ian Griffin
Gold Technical Drafting John Sixson
Gold Welding Brady Philips
Gold Internetworking Nathan Ho
Congratulations Academy of Health Students 100% Passed!
Nursing Assistant students in the Health Occupations Department at CAT-North received their final certification from the Maryland Board of Nursing yesterday, January 31, 2017. One hundred percent of the class of 22 received both certifications and are now eligible to work as CNAs (Certified Nursing Assistants) and GNAs (Geriatric Nursing Assistants).
Congratulations Cisco student
Dante Mayer for scoring 860 on the CCENT
Environmental and Culinary Students
Farm to Table Project
The Culinary Arts students made a salad with Bibb lettuce that was grown by the Environmental Resource Management (ERM) students as part of on an Urban Farm to Table Project. The Culinary Arts students also made single knot rolls with fresh ground flour that they ground from Hard Winter and Spring Wheat berries that were purchased from Palouse brands – a Midwest farming family. The ERM program has 3 greenhouses where they are growing organic non-GMO produce. In the spring they will be growing produce in their outdoor raised bed gardens as well as teach ERM programs in the outdoor classroom.
Save the Date!
CATN Open House
Thursday, October 6th, 2016
6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Meet our Instructors, Staff and Business Partners
View Trade Displays Purchase Fabulous Baked Goods
See ‘The School That Works’ in action!
Printing Technologies Student Wins
SkillsUSA “Find Photo” Contest
Congratulations to Savannah Miller on winning the SkillsUSA, “Find the Photo” contest. Savannah is a Glen Burnie High School student in the CAT-North Mr. Born’s Level 3 Printing Technologies Program. She is currently participating an internship in the Print Shop at the Department of Defense.
Brianna Baierlein Receives MAEMA Award
The Mid-Atlantic Equipment Management Association, a CAT-N business partner recently awarded alum Brianna Baierlein with a $1,500 scholarship and four tickets to an Oriole game. Baierlein who was Mr. Kepich’s Diesel Power Technology student, graduated from Universal Technical Institute and now works with Penske Truck Leasing.
The Mid-Atlantic Equipment Management Association also awards students with $1,000, $750, and $500 tool scholarships for placing in the SkillsUSA Competition. The Mid-Atlantic Equipment Management Association also awarded $2,000 in tools to the CAT-N program.
SkillsUSA Fall Leadership Conference
Parent Teacher Conferences Dec. 2