Kaskaskia College is announcing the winners of its
“Career-A-Thon” contest for local area High School students.
“The Career-A-Thon contest is designed to help area high
school students in developing a successful career choice,” said KC Business
professor Tim March. The contest
included the categories; Accounting/Business, Agriculture/Horticulture,
Computers/Office Technologies, and Culinary/Hospitality.
The winners were, by category:
Accounting/Business- Abigail Capps and Parker Zelasko of
Centralia High tied for first/second places; Marliana Kehrer of Wesclin High
and Caleb Wehking of Centralia High tied for third/fourth place.
Agriculture/Horticulture- Christonia Saddler of Sandoval
High, first place; Mackenzie Schulte of Centralia High, second place; Hannah
Witzel of Centralia High, third place; and Gregory Johnson of Centralia High,
Computer/Office Technologies- Kssandra Ingersoll of
Centralia High, first place; Gregory Johnson of Centralia High, second place;
Christonia Saddler of Sandoval High, third place; and Hannah Witzel and Malik
Carr, both of Centralia High, tied for fourth place.
Culinary/Hospitality- prizes were handed out for first and
second places. C.J. Berry of Centralia
High took first place and Christonia Saddler of Sandoval High took second
The winners each received KC Bookstore or Amazon gift cards.
In addition, trophies were awarded to the top three high
schools. Centralia High took first
place, Sandoval High took second place, and Wesclin high took third place.