SkillsUSA
Search
Legal / Privacy / Index / Membership Login
StudentsEducatorsSupportersAbout UsEventsCompeteJoinConnectShopContact
2004 Student2Student Mentoring Contest Winners

2004 Mentoring AwardsTwo SkillsUSA chapters have been honored for their efforts in the Student2Student Mentoring Program.

The Grand Prize winner was North Little Rock High School West in Little Rock, Ark. They get: a plaque; $500 for the chapter to use toward expanding next year's mentoring project; a $500 travel stipend as assistance for the chapter advisor and at least one student to attend the national conference in Kansas City and to present their project at a Skills University on Wednesday, June 23; and two complimentary conference registrations. Their school and chapter will also be noted in the fall issue of SkillsUSA Champions magazine and on the SkillsUSA website.

Award of Excellence winners Kendrick High School, Columbus, Ga., received a plaque and $250 for the chapter to use toward expanding next year's mentoring project. Their school and chapter were noted in the fall issue of SkillsUSA Champions magazine.

 

0

Champions at Work
Any chapter involved in mentoring can submit project plans, description and outcomes. This program is open to all SkillsUSA chapters at a secondary or college institution. Chapters must be participating in a mentoring project with local elementary or middle school students. The entire chapter and multiple programs at one school are encouraged to participate in a mentoring program. SkillsUSA membership will be verified.