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SkillsUSA is excited to announce the five finalists for the Lowe’s Social Media Challenge! Finalists’ projects ranged from updating playgrounds, to supporting the expansion of community food donation programs, to… Read More
Fulfilling its promise to expand access to its professional design software in education, Autodesk continues to make its industry-leading design, engineering and entertainment software free to students, instructors and academic… Read More
In Arizona, the law, public safety and security students at Pima County Joint Technical Education District have been working on a child safety program with Tucson police Detective Joseph Wall… Read More
A pleasant learning environment is conducive to learning. So what happens when students step up to make their surroundings look better? Accolades.
Comments like “the project caused the environment to… Read More
Trezevant Career and Technical Center students in Memphis, Tenn., provide free cosmetology services to cancer survivors and patients during the school’s Cancer Pamper Party.
Besides giving patients some relief from… Read More
The National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS), the Gene Haas Foundation and the Edge Factor have announced a new partnership to provide schools and training centers with cutting-edge educational materials… Read More
Make plans now for your chapter to celebrate SkillsUSA Week, Feb. 7-13. It provides state associations, advisors and student members the opportunity to promote SkillsUSA programs and activities at the… Read More
Talking About a New Message from SkillsUSA
Brent Kindred and I traveled to Kenosha, Wis., to meet with board member Alicia Smales and her marketing team. Alicia and Snap-on Incorporated have… Read More
The Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) and the National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium (NASDCTEc) today applauded Congress and President Obama on the passage… Read More