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RESOLUTE: Ethics at Work

RESOLUTE: Ethics at Work cards are a collection of scenarios that represent day-to-day dilemmas that workers in many occupations are likely to face on their jobs.


Results to Honor CardsThe set consists of seven different cards, designed around SkillsUSAís seven key words ó connected, motivated, respected, educated, involved, skilled and prepared. $10.00

Leveraging Your Leadership with Effective Chapter Meetings Booklet and Teacher's KitThe student booklet covers why meetings are important, successful meeting basics, ways to enhance meetings and tips for holding large meetings. The companion Teacherís Guide features six lesson plans to help your students learn about their officer roles and how to apply them within the chapter. $9.95
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Why SkillsUSA? Student BrochuresGeared for a student audience, this four color brochure explains why students benefit from joining SkillsUSA. Use it to both recruit students and to help them understand what SkillsUSA is all about.
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SkillsUSA Advisorís Pocket GuideThis 3.5"x 5.5", 24-page guide includes sections entitled Managing Your Chapter, Integrating Academics, Teaching Work Ethics and an overview of SkillsUSA materials.
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Why SkillsUSA? Teacher BrochuresGeared for teachers, this four-color brochure explains the value of SkillsUSA for both teachers and students. Not only does it explain why individuals should get involved, it also covers the SkillsUSA structure and the support of business and industry partners.
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New Advisor's Starter Kit

New to SkillsUSA? Not sure where to begin? Save more than 20 percent and take the mystery out of being a new SkillsUSA advisor with this package of starter materials essential for running a local SkillsUSA chapter.



The activities presented in Ignite will help teachers gain a better understanding of their students’ knowledge as well as personal feelings, attitudes and beliefs.


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