Jerry McIntosh, Collision Repair Technology teacher at Carver Career Center, won National Skills Advisory of the year in Louisville last week.
Region 3 (West Virginia)
Jerry McIntosh is the program instructor for collision repair technology at Carver Career and Technical Center in Charleston, W.Va. Throughout his 27 years as an educator, McIntosh has received numerous awards and accolades. He was the first instructor in his state to achieve ASE Master Certification in collision repair technology. He was also named the West Virginia Vocational Association’s outstanding teacher in 1993, the American Vocational Association Regional New Teacher of the Year in 1994, and the I-CAR instructor of the year in 1998. McIntosh served as SkillsUSA West Virginia’s lead advisor for 26 years. He’s also made his mark on the national level, serving as a judge and as a national education team member for the Collision Repair Technology competition. His program is also incredibly active in community service, and winning the school’s annual food drive for more than 15 years is just one of many examples of his program’s commitment to helping others.