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On the Cover: SkillsUSA Champion Eric Riley of Lanesville, Ind. Photo by Lloyd Wolf.

Inspiration Point: National Officers

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As different as the students on SkillsUSA’s national officer team are, they share one vital characteristic: having someone believe in them. Find out who … and how they were inspired to greater success.[Read]

Welcome Back, Carter

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The students were known as “animals.” Their new teacher, Richard Carter, was the “biggest, meanest” one the principal could find to combat them. Carter, a graduate of the same school, had no idea of what he was walking into this time — but turned the class around in only a few months. [Read]

So Much to Explore

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English wasn’t her first language. Her family’s culture frowned on girls playing sports, and then she signed up for an all-male class. But her background did provide the work ethic and thirst for new opportunities that have enabled Suzanne Raposo to leap over every hurdle. [Read]

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SkillsUSA Champions | Fall 2005 | Volume 40, No. 1
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