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WLTI Student Leadership Development Scholarship

August 15th, 2012

Congratulations to the four winners of the 2012 WLTI Student Leadership Development Scholarship ($800 each):

  1. Michael Ferranti, Johnson & Wales University, Providence, R.I.
  2. Konner Lamb, Louisville High School, Louisville, Neb.
  3. Nolan Rogers, Bay-Arenac ISD Career Center, Bay City, Mich.
  4. Devin Woodland, Ironwood High School, Glendale, Ariz.

Scholarship winners announced

May 16th, 2012

We are pleased to announce the winners of the Student Leadership Development and the Sharon Melton Meyers Memorial scholarships. The winners of the Student Leadership Development Scholarship will each receive $1300 to attend Leverage and Activate training in Kansas City. The Sharon Melton Myers Memorial SkillsUSA Scholarship fund provides $500 to graduating SkillsUSA members the opportunity to continue their education in college or technical school.

2012 Student Leadership Development Scholarship

  • Stephen DeVito, Sussex County Technical School, Sparta, N.J. (Activate)
  • Anthony Hamblin, Tennessee Technology Center – Oneida/Huntsville (Leverage)
  • Connor Johnson, Eaton ISD Career Preparation Center, Charlotte, Mich. (Leverage)
  • Ruby Ramirez, Cibola High School, Yuma, Ariz. (Leverage)

2012 Sharon Melton Myers Memorial Scholarship

  • Andrew Jones, Area 31 Career Center/Ben Davis High School, Indianapolis, Ind.
  • Jessica Pilkey, McMinn Career Technical Center, Athens, Tenn.

These and other scholarship opportunities can be found on our website:

Congratulations to our winners!

Recipients of the 2011 Bob Flint Student Leadership Development Scholarship for State Officer and Advisor 101/201 Training

May 14th, 2011

Congratulations are extended to the recipients of the 2011 Bob Flint Student Leadership Development Scholarship- SkillsUSA Officer 101/201 Training. Each recipient will receive a $1,300 travel scholarship to the NLSC in Kansas City. They are

  • Ane Marie Hodder, Bay-Arenac ISD Career Center (Mich.)
  • James Jordan, Tennessee Technology Center, Hohenwald (Tenn.)
  • Elena Melekos, Sussex County Technical School, Sparta (N.J.)
  • Yolanda Ollervides, St. Philip’s College, San Antonio (Texas)

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