Taylor Alves Named CTEC 2017 Outstanding Vocational Student for Information Support Service & Networking II

Taylor Alves was awarded their 2017 Outstanding Vocational Student for Information Support Service & Networking II.
Mr. Greg Anderson, the Networking Instructor, said Taylor Alves
completed all program certifications and competed and won both the Skills USA competition and the Business Professionals of America (BPA) competition at the Business Professionals of America State Leadership Conference this past March in Framingham.

Skills USA is a national student organization for students enrolled in technical, skilled, and service career/vocational technical programs including health occupations. CTEC Skills USA Chapter is proud to be a total participating school in which all students are eligible to participate in Skills USA programs and competitions. Activities include officer training for chapter and state officers, leadership and employability skills development conferences, local, district and state competitive events.

BPA is the premier CTSO (Career and Technical Student Organization) for students pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology and other related career fields.
In addition, Alves tested for, and received, his certification in MTA (Microsoft Technology Associate) Security Fundamentals at the recent BPA National Leadership Conference in Orlando, Florida. “Taylor is a great student and is helpful to other students,” shared Anderson about his award winning student. “He plans to attend STCC in the fall where he will have already completed the articulation credit requirements earning 12 credits toward
his degree.”

A plaque was awarded to Alves on Friday, May 12, 2017 at the CTEC Awards Assembly.