WACO, TX - More than 70 students from Texas State Technical College' Waco, Harlingen and West Texas campuses left Sunday morning for a competition in Lousville, Kentucky.
The competition is called SkillsUsa National Leadership and Skills Conference.
More than 6,000 high school and college students nationwide will compete in automotive technology, welding and construction.
The TSTC students qualified for this conference by placing first in SkillsUSA's Texas postsecondary competitions held in Waco.
The students will also network with industry representatives, work on community projects and trade for state pins.
They will return Saturday, June 24.
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