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P-TECH students celebrate advancement | News, Sports, Jobs

P-TECH students celebrate advancement | News, Sports, Jobs
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Twenty learners have been acknowledged during the WNY P-TECH Senior Development Ceremony held in Dunkirk.

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Learners enrolled in WNY P-TECH College or university & Profession Academy in Dunkirk had a great deal to rejoice not long ago.

P-TECH employees, college students and people ended up in a position to gather in human being this yr for the WNY P-TECH Senior Progression Ceremony to acknowledge seniors who are continuing on to Jamestown Group College or university, pursuing a 4-yr diploma or getting into the workforce.

“What appeared like a journey I was not going to enjoy turned out to be the greatest practical experience and selection I have ever built. I am happy to have been part of the P-TECH plan and all it has to supply,” claimed Senior Class Agent and National Honor Modern society member Jailene Jimenez of Dunkirk. “As I continue on my journey into my foreseeable future I will smile being aware of that many others like me will begin the path into P-TECH and will sign up for me in the upcoming of advancing engineering and the globe of opportunities.”

This summer season, Jailene joins Chase Cooper of Gowanda as one particular of two college students who gained an internship with IBM and a quantity of seniors who have discovered do the job in the neighborhood space, together with Mason Grudzien of Gowanda with Basil Chevrolet Eric Raynor of Falconer with Dunkirk Steel Goods Gavin Swanson of Jamestown with Luscombe Plane and Chase Cooper and Makenzie Lawton of Pine Valley who have been hired at Ring Precision.

“We’ve by now been blessed to seek the services of three students out of this program and we’re also heading to have a few interns start off as well,” claimed Dale Gier, President and CEO of Ring Precision and the P-TECH Business Associate of the Year recipient. “As a company and a person who staff a ton of folks, we’re thrilled to lover with Mr. Smock and P-TECH. I hope that in long run a long time we can employ the service of more and extra of the students coming out of this software.”

P-TECH is an all-working day plan housed in a state-of-the-art facility positioned at 55 East Benton St., Dunkirk. Students enroll in P-TECH as ninth graders and abide by a person of two pathways in welding and mechanical technological innovation with specializations in CADD or machine software and gain an affiliate diploma through Jamestown Group College with no out-of-pocket expense.

All through the Senior Improvement Ceremony, P-TECH identified cohort 1 students Jordan Butterfield of Lake Shore, Whitney Hice and Luke Peterson-Riedesel of Dunkirk and Katlyn Lawton of Pine Valley, for their completion of the Jamestown Group Higher education part of the P-TECH plan.

“When making the difficult selection alternatively or not to begin at P-TECH at the conclude of eighth quality I was on edge. It was a extended bus trip and leaving all of my mates. Then I went to my initial Summer Bridge. I satisfied my ideal friend Jack on the bus trip from Jamestown to LoGuidice, our outdated building at the time. Just after the principal flew the tech department’s new Phantom 3 drone into a pine tree and Richard Rasmus taught me how to use a 3-D printer for the to start with time I knew P-TECH was the place for me,” mentioned Gavin Swanson through the ceremony’s closing remarks. “Today, I build and fly a modest basic aviation plane at the Luscombe Aircraft Company and I’m joyful to say I use the capabilities I have obtained by Mr. Anson’s CADD lessons nearly each day. Everything from reverse engineering an instrument panel on Solidworks and plasma chopping a new a single to resurfacing landing gear attachment brackets on our milling machines below at P-TECH.”

Extra speakers integrated William Smock, P-TECH principal Iann Ramirez, Senior Course Consultant and NHS member Janeil Rey, Ph.D., E2CCB Director of Workforce Enhancement Erin Moynihan, P-TECH counselor Jean Schrader, Dean of STEM at JCC and NHS member Michael Mitchell of Dunkirk.

Seniors acknowledged involve Gavin Cave of Dunkirk, Chase Cooper of Gowanda, Alexander Crow of Fredonia, Jeffrey DeYoung of Silver Creek, Nathan Edgar of Lake Shore, Dylan Gee of Fredonia, Mason Grudzien of Gowanda, Jailene Jimenez of Dunkirk, Alexander Kochanowski of Sherman, Michael Lamar of Brocton, Kyler Laskey of Dunkirk, Makenzie Lawton of Pine Valley, Michael Mitchell of Dunkirk, Abby Write-up of Pine Valley, Iann Ramirez of Dunkirk, Eric Raynor of Falconer, Jack Sturges of Jamestown, Gavin Swanson of Jamestown, Ian Szymanek of Silver Creek and Adam Thornton of Brocton.

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