St. Clair College Graduating Students Secure Gold Medals at Skills Canada National Competition | St. Clair College
Tuesday, June 4, 2024
Competitors on field with flag

St. Clair College students have once again demonstrated their exceptional skills and dedication by earning medals for Team Ontario in the prestigious Skills Canada National Competition held in Quebec City. This impressive achievement follows their earlier triumph at the Skills Ontario competition in Toronto, where three of St. Clair's graduating students secured their places on Team Ontario by clinching gold medals in their respective categories.

The Skills Canada National Competition serves as an elite platform where top college students from every province and territory gather to prove their expertise in various trades and technologies, all under the expert mentorship of their dedicated coaches. Representing St. Clair College with pride and excellence, Tam Nguyen, Nikolai Zriachev, and Aidan Bacarro showcased their talents and hard work, guided by their mentors: Sheri Epp, Ahmad Nasser Hamami, and Scott Dufour, respectively.

Tam Nguyen, an Office Administration Executive graduate, excelled in the IT Office Software Applications category. Under the mentorship of coach Epp, Tam dedicated two intense days to creating comprehensive projects that flawlessly integrated document processing, spreadsheets, presentations, and database software. Her outstanding performance earned her a well-deserved Silver medal.

Nikolai Zriachev, a Computer Systems Technology – Networking graduate, guided by coach Hamami , displayed his remarkable proficiency in the IT Network Systems Administration category. His technical prowess and commitment to excellence secured him a Bronze medal, marking another significant achievement for St. Clair College.

Aiden Bacarro, a Heating, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Technician graduate, a standout competitor in the Refrigeration and Air Conditioning category, worked under the expert guidance of coach Dufour. His skillful and meticulous approach to the competition showcased his mastery in this field, contributing to the collective success of Team Ontario.

These remarkable achievements not only highlight the individual talents of Tam, Nikolai, and Aidan but also underscore the exceptional quality of education and mentorship provided by St. Clair College. Their success at the national level is a testament to their hard work, dedication, and the unwavering support of their coaches and college community.