Congratulations to the 24 SkillsUSA chapters nationally recognized as a “Model of Excellence” recipient for 2017. Models of Excellence is a national program that recognizes the exceptional integration and application… Read More
Growing Leaders founder Dr. Tim Elmore will spend a day with SkillsUSA’s Engage training participants in June. Elmore specializes in leadership courses and speaks at schools, universities, businesses and athletic… Read More
Our friends at Advance CTE and the Siemens Foundation are working on a project, Strategies for Attracting Students to High-Quality CTE, which supports states and local communities in their efforts to attract… Read More
It’s been said that oil and water don’t mix. But when the “oil” comes from an automotive class, and the “water” is an ingredient of culinary arts training, it’s a… Read More
Historic flooding in West Virginia left many struggling months later.
To help those still homeless, 12 career and technical schools received $20,000 from the state board of education to build… Read More
Shanquirel Jenkins and Emily Jones needed a clear-cut solution to beautify their campus at Charlotte Technical College in Port Charlotte, Fla. With the help of a SkillsUSA/Lowe’s grant of $17,000… Read More
When families’ situations break down, students in the Las Vegas area can find themselves with nowhere to turn. When that happens, the Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth (NPHY) offers shelter… Read More
May 8: SkillsUSA’s 52nd Anniversary
May 7-13: SkillsUSA’s Week of Service
May 15-17: State Association Director Career Essentials Training, Leesburg, Va.
Executive Director's Report
State Conference Travel Season Begins
From March 23-25, I attended… Read More
In 2015, SkillsUSA launched its free member resource Jump into STEM!, a curriculum developed for high-school students to use when mentoring elementary-school students on future career-path options. Based on the… Read More
SkillsUSA’s regional advisors of the year have been chosen.
Congratulations go to: Richard Stephens, Worcester Technical High School, Maryland, Region 1; Clyde Rush, Cleveland High School, Tennessee, Region 2; Julie Ivan… Read More