Developed by a team of educators, the award-winning ASK will connect you with the resources you need to effectively manage a SkillsUSA chapter and help you meet all areas of the SkillsUSA Program of Work.
This updated edition has a number of features to enhance its user-friendliness. ASK comes in an easy-to-use Portable Document Format (PDF). With live links to SkillsUSA’s many Web resources, links to a series of online e-learning tutorials, teacher-generated tips, checklists, interactive forms to facilitate core chapter operations, and sample documents such as press releases, you’ll have what you need to guide your students as they learn to run their SkillsUSA chapter. Each chapter is coded with icons representing how the material meets each area of the SkillsUSA Program of Work.
ASK features 22 searchable individual chapter modules as well as resources related to current programs and services. ASK also features a chapter on advocating for SkillsUSA and career and technical education.
Understanding Career and Technical Student Organizations
Establish a Business and Industry Advisory Committee
Establish a New SkillsUSA Chapter
Conduct a Membership Campaign
Coordinate Public Relations Activities
Elect and Train SkillsUSA Officers
Participate in SkillsUSA Ceremonies
Plan and Conduct SkillsUSA Meetings
Implement the PDP
Develop a Program of Work and Chapter Calendar
Establish a Budget
Conduct a Community Service Project
Conduct a Fundraising Activity
Conduct a Professional Development
Conduct a Social Activity
Prepare Members for Competitive Events
Conduct a Local SkillsUSA Championships
Plan Overnight Activities
Plan A Banquet
Integrate SkillsUSA Activities into the Curriculum