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Metro Tech Design Student Wins Pin Design Contest

Metro Tech Design Student Wins Pin Design Contest

Antwan Briscoe

Oklahoma City, OK -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/23/2015 -- Antwan Briscoe recently won the SkillsUSA contest for his extraordinary graphic design skills. Briscoe, at the encouragement of his Metro Tech Graphic Design teacher Roxanne Shively, won the 2015 SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference Pin Design Contest, competing against 500 students for the award.

His work will be featured on a pin and provided free of charge to 14,000 attendees at the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference in Louisville, Kentucky. He will also receive recognition on the official SkillsUSA website as well as in conference publications and at the actual conference.

Briscoe is a second-year graphic design student at the Metro Tech South Bryant Campus and has been an artist for his entire life. Metro Tech offers a popular graphic design program for those who are interested in pursuing this type of career.

Metro Tech offers a number of graphic design courses as well as student services that range from basic skills like math and spelling to ACT and GED preparation. Those who are interested in a career in graphic design will find that Metro Tech can provide students with the skills and knowledge they need to be successful after graduating.

Metro Tech is widely regarded as being a premier trade school in Oklahoma, specifically for those who are interested in graphic design. The graphic design classes provide hands-on training and education that effectively prepare students for working in the real world, providing them with experience that is invaluable outside of the classroom.

Graphic design is a huge industry with growing demand for talented and motivated artists with formal education from places like Metro Tech. Many students at this school have had good luck in finding jobs shortly after graduating because of the reputation of this higher learning institution. The teachers at Metro Tech are highly qualified and always encourage their students to do the very best work they can. Antwan Briscoe's graphic design teacher played an important role in motivating him to do the work that earned him the SkillsUSA award recently.

About Metro Technology Centers
Metro Technology Centers is a career and technology center with four campuses. The school was established in 1979 by a vote of the people to serve Oklahoma City in providing career and technology education (CTE). Metro Tech provides full-time career majors for high school and adult students. High school students receive credit toward high school graduation. Both student groups can earn trade certifications and/or licenses.

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