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Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Seneca Highlands Area Vocational-Technical School Announces Winners of Cisco Networking Academy 2010 NetRiders Skills Challenge

Seneca Highlands Area Vocational-Technical School Announces Winners of Cisco Networking Academy 2010 NetRiders Skills Challenge

Jeremy Adams (left) and Nicholas Nannen (right). Jeremy is a Junior at Northern Potter High School and Nicholas is a Senior at Smethport Area High School. Both boys attend the Cisco Academy at Seneca Highlands Area Vocational-Technical School. The networking class at the VoTech entered five teams in Round One of this competition and all five teams placed in the top 10, allowing them to compete for the top spot in Pennsylvania. Round Two was won by Jeremy and Nicholas allowing them to move on to Round Three representing the state of PA. They will compete against teams from all over the US and Canada live via WebEx on Friday, April 30th!
Students Advance to Competition Finale to Showcase Technical Skills

PORT ALLEGANY, PA, April. 27, 2010 – Seneca Highlands Area Vocational-Technical School, today announced that students Nicholas Nannen, Smethport, and Jeremy Adams, Northern Potter, have won the state-level Cisco® Networking Academy® NetRiders Skills Challenge, an interactive contest designed by the Cisco Networking Academy to give technical education students the opportunity to showcase their IT and networking skills and to recognize excellence among Networking Academy students. Nicholas and Jeremy will now advance to a final, virtual round of competition on April 30 to compete for prizes and recognition.

NetRiders utilizes Cisco’s Web 2.0 technologies to create an interactive experience, enhance classroom learning, and motivate young people to further pursue technology education and training. The NetRiders state-level competition involved nearly 400 Networking Academy students from across the United States and Canada competing in a variety of activities, including a timed theoretical exam, a Packet Tracer network simulation activity and a Packet Tracer exam.

The Cisco Networking Academy is a global technology education program that provides students with networking and technical skills to prepare them for careers in the 21st century. Committed to delivering the highest standard of information technology education to students of all nationalities, genders and economic brackets, the program is designed to offer students real-world skills that will position them for employment and career growth.

“We are extremely pleased to provide this opportunity for Networking Academy students to showcase their skills and compete with their peers in a challenging hands-on contest,” said Amy Christen, vice president of Corporate Affairs and general manager of the Cisco Networking Academy. “Congratulations to all of the students who competed in the event. We look forward to seeing these talented young people continue to pursue education in the rapidly growing networking field.”

For more information about the Cisco Networking Academy, visit http://www.cisco.com/go/netacad.


Anonymous said...

Congratulations, guys! Best of luck Friday.

Anonymous said...

Awesome Job GUYS!! I am proud of you! Mrs. G

Yap Chin Hoong said...

Congrats and greetings from Malaysia! :-)

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Anonymous said...

WooHoo! Way to go Networking team! Congrats to all of you on a spectacular job and good luck to Jeremy and Nick! We are so proud of you! Mrs. Ayers

Mrs. Johnson said...

Congrats to Jeremy and Nick and the entire Networking program for their spectacular performance in the competition--and their instructor "Mrs. G" Giannattasio! Good luck to Jeremy and Nick in the next round against the "world"! Mrs. Johnson

Anonymous said...

Many congratulations to you and your teacher on your state win and tons of good luck conquering the world. (In the competition and otherwise!) :o)

Anonymous said...

Round Three.....Nick and Jeremy took 6th!!!!!!!! Way to go guys, you are awesome!!!!!!! Mrs. G

Anonymous said...

Congrats to Nick, Jeremy & Mrs. G.!!!! So proud of you, Nick! Love, Mom : )