Apostolic Wins First Place in Architectural Drafting State Competition

Jennifer Means, an apostolic girl from Charleston, WV, is among the nation's top 50 architectural drafting students.
Jennifer Means, an apostolic girl from Charleston, WV, is among the nation's top 50 architectural drafting students.

Jennifer Means, a member of the North Charleston Apostolic Church (UPCI) and a student at Ben Franklin Technical Center recently competed in the Skills USA statewide competition in Martinsburg, WV. She won first place in the Architectural Drafting division. This places her in the top 50 architectural drafting students in the USA. She is now planning to compete in the National Skills USA competition coming up in June in Kansas City. Her pastor is Rev. Anthony Moss. Her parents are Tony and Cindy Means, also members of NCAC. WV UPCI is thrilled to report this top honor. Kudos to Jennifer!

 

One Reply to “Apostolic Wins First Place in Architectural Drafting State Competition”

  1. Way to go Jennifer. It is so great to see our apostolic people involved. Keep up the great work. God will be with you all the way.

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