Walker Valley High School seniors Matthew Stuckey, Brandon Solsbee and Corbin Day won first place in Automated Manufacturing Technology. The team prepared for three months and the team knows the outcome was worth the time and effort.
Solsbee stated, “I formed a close bond with other members of my team. I enjoyed being able to put my skills to use and compete for the Walker Valley chapter. We had to use our skill of drafting tool-pathing and milling to gain our win. It was a great feeling when we won for Walker Valley.”
Stuckey stated, “By cooperating with learning labs I have opened my eyes to the world of machine design and plan to pursue a career in machine design.”
The team had a fun experience that helped them to advance their knowledge and careers. In this day and age industry connections are insanely important and with the help of SkillsUSA, Walker Valley team members gained invaluable experience and connections.