Congratulations to Virginia Western's Baja Team who was the top finishing team among community college competitors and the top finishing college from the state of Virginia beating out UVA and JMU at last week's SAE International Mini Baja Competition in Rochester, NY. Our team finished 53rd overall in the international competition of 100 competitors. Virginia Western's team also finished in the top 20 of several events!
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Congratulations to Brian Hall and Matt Poor who advanced to the Round Three-Theater Finale for the 2009 Cisco Networking Academy NetRiders Skills Challenge, and we have learned that their team placed 18th among teams participating in the US-Canada Theater wide competition. This is quite an accomplishment!
The SAE Mini Baja Challenge is just one example of an international competition. Since 2006, where VWCC finished first among community colleges, we have had a competitive team in the Challenge. Countries involved in this year’s international event are Brazil, Puerto Rico, Canada, South Africa, Columbia, South Korea, France, Turkey, India, United Arab Emirates, Mexico, and the United States.
Congratulations to Sam Fochtman, a student in the A.A.S. degree Culinary Arts program, who won 1st Place in the Dessert category for a recipe he entered in a recipe contest sponsored by Dole!
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