Emerging Elite in Manufacturing

Teachers who are dynamic and inspiring pupils to work harder in pursuit of a rewarding future

Allison Turner | Montcalm High School and Mercer County Technical Education Center | High School Category

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Allison Turner
Grade 11
Montcalm High School and Mercer County
Technical Education Center
Allison excelled at all the Project Lead the Way pre-engineering skill sets. She is very good as a student leader and has the skill set to be able to work with anyone. Allison is a fantastic student, mentor, friend, and asset to her peers and her simulated workplace company.

Danielle Farmer, MCTEC
"MCTEC has given me a new outlook on the fields I am thinking about pursuing. Our classroom is set up like a simulated workplace, which gives me insight into the workplaces of my chosen fields. Our classroom and lab provide access to industry standard equipment and software"
"My biggest piece of advice to middle schoolers would be to believe in yourself, set goals, and chase your dreams. Don't care what other people think and follow your heart always. I was considering leaving this class because my friends didn't think it was cool but I followed my heart and stayed, which was the best decision I've ever made. This class motivates me to strive to be the best and I'm forever grateful."
"Allison displays an exceptional level of integrity, responsibility, and ambition while embracing her role as a leader among her peers. She has developed a strong skillset in many manufacturing and engineering industry technologies, equipment and applications. Allison is undoubtedly a future leader in her chosen industry."

Barry Jones, MCTEC
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