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Student2Student Mentoring Program

February 13th, 2014

SkillsUSA sponsors a national recognition program based on the Student2Student mentoring program. Any chapter involved in mentoring can submit its project plan, description and outcomes. The winning chapter will be given a cash prize, recognized at the National Leadership and Skills Conference, in Awards and Recognition booklet and at an event during the conference. In addition, the overall winning chapter will be invited to present its winning mentoring program as a part of SkillsUSA University. For more information, go to: www.skillsusa.org/educators/mentrecog.shtml. All entries must be submitted online to the national office by April 4. Winners will be announced in May.

Submit Mentoring Projects for Student2Student

March 30th, 2013

Student2Student Mentoring

SkillsUSA sponsors a national recognition program based on the Student2Student mentoring program. Any chapter involved in mentoring can submit its project plan, description and outcomes. The winning chapter will be given a cash prize and recognized at an event during the National Leadership and Skills Conference. In addition, the overall winning chapter will be invited to present its winning mentoring program as a part of SkillsUSA University. For information, go to: www.skillsusa.org/educators/mentrecog.shtml. All entries must be submitted online to the national office by April 4. Winners will be announced in May.

Student2Student Mentoring Program

February 14th, 2013

Student2Student Mentoring photoSkillsUSA sponsors a national recognition program based on the Student2Student mentoring program. Any chapter involved in mentoring can submit its project plan, description and outcomes. The winning chapter will be given a cash prize, recognized at the National Leadership and Skills Conference, in Awards and Recognition booklet and at an event during the conference. In addition, the overall winning chapter will be invited to present its winning mentoring program as a part of SkillsUSA University. For more information, go to: www.skillsusa.org/educators/mentrecog.shtml. All entries must be submitted online to the national office by April 4. Winners will be announced in May.

January is National Mentoring Month

December 31st, 2012
Mentoring

Mentoring project from Kendrick (Ga.) High School.

Students are encouraged to get involved in SkillsUSA’s Student2Student Mentoring Program. Chapters can submit their projects for a chance to win an opportunity to attend the National Leadership and Skills Conference in Kansas City this summer. In addition, these volunteer hours apply to the President’s Volunteer Service Award.

See our website for materials and information on both programs: www.skillsusa.org/educators/programs.shtml.

Calling all Chapters: Submit Your Mentoring Projects

March 30th, 2012

SkillsUSA sponsors a national recognition program based on the Student2Student mentoring program. Any chapter involved in mentoring can submit its project plan, description and outcomes. The winning chapter will be given a cash prize, recognized at the National Leadership and Skills Conference, in Medallion magazine, in the Awards and Recognition booklet and at an event during the conference. In addition, the overall winning chapter will be invited to present its winning mentoring program as a part of SkillsUSA University.

For information go to: www.skillsusa.org/educators/mentrecog.shtml. All entries must be submitted online to the national office by April 4. Winners will be announced in May.

 

 

Student2Student Mentoring Program

February 15th, 2012

SkillsUSA sponsors a national recognition program based on the Student2Student mentoring program. Any chapter involved in mentoring can submit its project plan, description and outcomes. The winning chapter will be given a cash prize, recognized at the National Leadership and Skills Conference, in Medallion magazine, in the Awards and Recognition booklet and at an event during the conference. In addition, the overall winning chapter will be invited to present its winning mentoring program as a part of SkillsUSA University. For more information, go to: www.skillsusa.org/educators/mentrecog.shtml. All entries must be submitted online to the national office by April 4. Winners will be announced in May.

Mentoring Webinar

October 24th, 2011

Thanks to everyone who participated in our mentoring webinar. If you did, please take a moment and complete this survey: www.surveymonkey.com/s/mentoringwebinar.

Student2Student Webinar

October 15th, 2011

On November 1, you’re invited to participate in a webinar on SkillsUSA’s national Student2Student Mentoring Program. Discover how this program can help you accomplish many chapter goals such as performing community service or helping to endorse career and technical education. Use this program to help SkillsUSA support the America’s Promise Alliance and use the hours to help students qualify for the President’s Volunteer Service Award. Doing a Student2Student mentoring project can also help your chapters attend the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference in June.

URL: http://web.ganconference.com/?meeting=9818575
Telephone: 888-222-0475
Attendee code: 5692952
Date: Tuesday Nov. 1, 2011
Time: 11 a.m. EDT

Chapters: Submit Your Projects for Mentoring Recognition

April 1st, 2011

SkillsUSA sponsors a national recognition program based on the Student2Student mentoring program. Any chapter involved in mentoring can submit their project plan, description and outcomes. The winning chapter will be given a cash prize, recognized at the National Leadership and Skills Conference, in Medallion magazine, in the Awards and Recognition booklet and at an event during the conference. In addition, the overall winning chapter will be invited to present their winning mentoring program as a part of SkillsUSA University. For information go to: www.skillsusa.org/educators/mentrecog.shtml. All entries must be submitted online to the national office by April 4. Winners will be announced in May.


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