We are excited to announce the Walker County Center of Technology’s Rising Star for the month of September is Carson Tingle. Carson is a senior from Carbon Hill High School and is currently in the Collision Repair program taught by Anthony Myrick. He is the son of Jason Tingle and Sheila Manuel Tingle.
Carson has earned a credential in I-Car Collision Repair. He is also active in these Career Technical Student Organizations: FBLA and FCCLA at Carbon Hill High School. Carson likes to fish, hunt, golf, work out, and work on vehicles in his spare time.
Upon graduation, Carson plans to be certified in Welding Auto Body and hopefully have his dream home by the time he is 25 years old. He also plans to travel with his job, exploring the world.
In Carson’s words: WCCT is one of the best programs in the area. I believe we have teachers that will teach you a trade and will instill confidence in you while making sure you are doing it right. These teachers will be here for you here at the school and/or in our personal lives if you need them.
The Walker County Center of Technology Counseling Department and The Community Journal have partnered to present a new Rising Star each month as part of the Journal’s #CommunityFirst Initiative.