From terra firma to outer space, NNU student solves problems

Benjamin Campbell seems pretty good at designing things. It’s something he’s done all his life, he said. When the 20-year-old engineering student was little, he’d make things with Legos — coin sorters, pinball machines, combination locks. In high school, Campbell took an aerospace engineering class and invented “a small little tool that you could attach…
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NNU engineering student helps make NASA history

NAMPA, Idaho — To a promising engineering student, some might say, “the sky’s the limit,” but for 19-year-old Northwest Nazarene student, Benjamin Campbell, the sky isn’t high enough! “We’re gonna launch those up on a rocket to the International Space Station,” said Campbell, a sophomore engineering student. Read the full story on KIVITV.com.

Readying for WorldSkills Cabinet Competition: Like Olympic Training

MADISON, Wis. –  Training for WorldSkills is like training for the Olympics. A lot of countries take it very seriously, with competitors training full time for up to two years before the event. The U.S. recently decided to up their game as they prepare to send a contingent of skilled craftspersons to the world competition in…
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Graphics Student Heads to World Competition

Brittany Whitestone, a two-time SkillsUSA champion, will compete in August in the print media technology category. Brittany Whitestone is a junior at Cal U studying graphics and multimedia. Read the full story at Calu.edu.

WorldSkills USA Adds Two to Compete in Kazan, Russia

Competitors will represent the United States in Cyber Security at 2019 WorldSkills competition Leesburg, Va. — SkillsUSA today revealed two competitors who will represent the United States in Cyber Security at WorldSkills, the largest international showcase of the skilled trades. The August 2019 WorldSkills event marks the first time countries will compete in the Cyber…
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Monty Tech Grad to Hit Russia for WorldSkills

There are many incredibly talented auto body students in the Commonwealth, but few have the determination and desire necessary to earn them a trip to Kazan, Russia. Read the full story at GrecoPublishing.com.

Four Automotive Students Headed to Russia for WorldSkills Competition

SkillsUSA announced that 20 young competitors, including four automotive students, will represent the U.S. at WorldSkills, the largest international showcase of the skilled trades. The competition will be held in Kazan, Russia, during the Global Trade Skills Competition Aug. 22-27, 2019. Every two years, competitors from 76 countries and regions around the world compete in…
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Q&A With Brittany Whitestone, Two-Time SkillsUSA National Champion

If you would have asked Brittany Whitestone, a junior at the California University of Pennsylvania, if she knew she was going to win the 2016 and 2017 SkillsUSA national competition, she would have said no. To her surprise, she did and now she’s preparing to compete at the WorldSkills Competition this August in Russia. We…
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Employers, Work Force Agency Talk About Needs

LOCK HAVEN — Registered nurses and nursing assistants. Truck drivers. Maintenance and repair technicians. Electronic technicians or “mechatronics.” Construction workers. Read the full story on Lockhaven.com.

Meet This Year’s SkillsUSA National Champion

Brittany Whitestone, a junior at California University of Pennsylvania, is this year’s national champion of SkillsUSA, an organization that creates technical standards for students to showcase what they’ve learned. Read the full story and watch the video on WhatTheyThink.com.