Maine’s CTE Centers name students of the year

Maine’s top Career & Technical Education students were honored as students of the year recently at a ceremony at the Lewiston Regional Technical Center.

Each of the 26 students were presented with an award certificate and four received scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each at the event sponsored by the Maine Administrators of Career & Technical Education (MACTE).

The following students were recognized as CTE students of the year.

  • Van Buren: Bradlee Roy – Business
  • Westbrook Regional Vocational Center: April Cummings – Medical Occupations
  • United Technology Center: Morgan Harvey – Public Safety
  • Coastal Washington County Institute of Technology: Dakota Robinson – Culinary Arts
  • Bath Regional Career & Technical Center: Charles Mills II – Automotives
  • Tri-County Technical Center: Georgia Charles – Building Trades
  • Waldo County Technical Center: Amanda Schiessl – Culinary Arts
  • Sanford Regional Technical Center: Kayley Sanborn – Health Occupations
  • Capital Area Technical Center:  Courtney Cotnoir – Law Enforcement Academy
  • Presque Isle Regional Career & Technical Center: Shannon Sweeney – Business Technology / Photography
  • Caribou Regional Technology Center: Caleb Gordon – Residential Construction II & Large Equipment Maintenance and Operation
  • Somerset Career & Technical Center: Logan Merrill – Welding / Electrical Construction / Residential Construction
  • Oxford Hills Technical School: Connor Gordon – Computer Technology
  • St. Croix Regional technical Center: Quinn Sluzenski – Computer Electronics
  • Region Two – Southern Aroostook County: Emily McAfee – Early Childhood
  • Hancock County Technical Center: Simon French – Media Communications
  • Region Ten Technical High School: Kohen Steele – Auto Collision Repair
  • Portland Arts & Technology High School: Isaiah Merrill – Carpentry
  • Foster Technology Center: Shula Yeaton – Certified Nursing Assistant
  • Mid-Maine Technical Center: Molly Moen – Construction Technology
  • Region 9 School of Applied Technology: Jeremy Grignon – Forestry
  • Lewiston Regional Technical Center: Michelle Walton – Automotive Technology II
  • Northern Penobscot Tech Region III: Reilly Struck – Culinary Arts
  • Biddeford Regional Center of Technology: Benjamin J. Simard – Auto Mechanics
  • Lake Region Vocational Center: Chance Gallant – Fire Science
  • Mid-Coast School of Technology: Devon Mank – Machine Tool

If you have questions regarding career and technical education in Maine or would like technical assistance, please contact Maine DOE CTE Consultant Shawn Lagasse at or 207-624-6743.

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