First Place of the 2013 Academic Competition went to Angela Zhao from South Pasadena High School.
Angela Zhao and her teacher Sandra Matson-Fennell pose proudly holding their awards.
2nd Place – Aneli Villa, Canoga Park High School
3rd Place – Harold Chacon, Venice High School
4th Place – Yaeir Halfon, El Camino Real High School
5th Place – Kirsten Gin, Eagle Rock High School
First Place of the 2013 T-Shirt Competition went to Eagle Rock High School. Pictured below is Eagle Rock instructor Glenn Laird receiving the award from PIASC President Bob Lindgren.
And the winners for the College Technical Design competition are…
First Place: Melissa Koziel - Fullerton College
Second Place: David Garcia - Riverside City College
Third Place: Jovie Camarce - Riverside City College
And the winners for College Technical Offset Production are...
First Place: Lili Hall - Fullerton College
Second Place: Leah Beardsley & Luis Marin - Fullerton College
Third Place: Ian Ash - Fullerton College
For more information contact Ara Izquierdo.
Steven G. Lindberg of Hart High School received the 2007 Jack Simich Award by Susan Kinney, PIASC Education Chair and Bill Guerra, PIASC Chairman. Click here for press release.
Past Educator of the Year Winners Include:
1992 — Philip J. Crispi
1993 — Ellen Abraham, Mary Tsotsis, Mark Hall
1994 — Fr. Nicholas J. Reina
1996 — Jay Williams
1998 — John Santos
2000 — Frederick S. Gershbein
2001 — Artie W. Lindauer
2002 — Dennis Howey, Dave McCormac
2003 — Dr. Ethan Lipton, Dr. Benjamin Lee
2004 — Dr. Harvey Levenson
2006 — Ralph Beas
2007 — Steve Lindberg
California Got the Gold!
Riverside Community College’s Mayda Salas captured the Gold Medal for graphic communications at the recent national SkillsUSA competition. Mayda is the fourth student (L-R) on the top holding the medal in her hand along with John Litwinowicz, high school gold medalist from Royal Oak High School, Royal Oak, MI. Other winning students photographed include Justin K. Workman (silver medal) Salt Lake Community College, Michael Flemming (bronze medal) Ferris State University, Alyssa Ailion (silver medal) Walton High School, and Chloe Grace (bronze medal) Autry Technology Center. As part of Mayda Salas’ First Place prizes, RCC will receive the use of a brand new Heidelberg printing press for one year, with the option to buy as used, at the end of the year. She also received a $1000 scholarship and the chance to compete at the world competition next year. Riverside Community College is PrintED accredited and obviously producing winning students!