SkillsUSA Profiles

Meet the Manufacturing Team


Daniel Dossett

Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Knoxville

 

What does being chosen to represent the United States in the WorldSkills Competition mean to you?
It is an honor for me and my school to represent the United States in the WorldSkills Competition. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and I am excited to see how it molds me for my future career.

 

What did it take to get you to this point?
It has taken long hours of hard work and dedication, but all of the dedication is not only from me. It is also from my family, school, instructors and SkillsUSA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Erica Heckman

Tennesse College of Applied Technology - Knoxville

 

What does being chosen to represent the United States in the WorldSkills Competition mean to you?
Being chosen to represent the United States in the WorldSkills Competition is humbling. There are so many young people in the USA who would love this opportunity, and even being considered is a tremendous honor. I realize how unique this opportunity is, and I am going to work extremely hard to make everyone proud!

 

What are you looking forward to the most in going to an international competition?
I am looking forward to expanding my knowledge and learning a bunch of new skills related to my chosen line of work. I am also looking forward to traveling to Brazil.