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VCC competes at Skills Canada BC 2018 provincials

Posted on April 16, 2018

Please join us in wishing all the best to our VCC teams heading to the Skills Canada BC 2018 provincial competition on Wednesday, April 18!

Held at the Tradex in Abbotsford, the Skills Canada BC provincial competition welcomes more than 600 competitors who will demonstrate their skilled trades for industry judges and a live audience. 

This year, 35 secondary and post-secondary students will represent VCC as regional winners in the areas of baking, culinary arts, hairdressing, esthetics, automotive service, automotive collision repair, car painting, and heavy equipment service. 

Send your support to our teams online using the hashtags #myVCC and #SkillsBC. Stay tuned for updates on our medallists and go VCC!

Baking – post-secondary 
Yejin Park (@yejimon_)
Clarissa Roque (@roqueclarissa)
Kayla Wenzek (@kayla_vancity)
Angela Wu (@tinypatissiere)

Baking – secondary 
Queenie Li

Culinary arts – post-secondary

Leah Patitucci (@leah_patitucci
Corina Zoro 

Culinary arts – secondary
Carmen Rosa Bilodeau

Hairdressing – post-secondary
Tanya Gatus
Martin Tran

Hairdressing – secondary
Hanna Croswell 
Kayla Raymond
Morgan Hurlock (entered under Killarney Secondary)

Esthetics – post-secondary
Alesha Johal
Audrey Telek

Automotive service  post-secondary
Mackenzie Moulton

Automotive service  secondary
Mary Joy Siscar

Automotive collision repair  post-secondary
Eric Hennecke
Jason Sherle

Automotive collision repair  secondary
Tyson Bittner
Jaiden Black
Patrick Bucu
Hajrudin Dzebic
Taylor Grenier
Nancy-Anne Lawton
Blair Mangles
Carter Mulligan

Car painting  secondary
Anthony Harrington
Kenneth Kory
Jason Peers
Rabin Rosario
Aaron Tagaca
Lydia Terry

Heavy equipment service  post-secondary
Benjamin Pok
Colby Poss 


Think you might shine at a skilled trade? Join us at our Experience VCC open house on April 25 for workshops, demonstrations, and campus tours.