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Ask if your local high school or technical center participates in SkillsUSA. If not, talk to a counselor, school administrator or instructor about starting a chapter. If you need assistance contact your SkillsUSA State Association Director.



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Champions at Work

Be a positive, enthusiastic supporter of your child's choice of career and technical education and SkillsUSA. In fact, encourage it.

Commit to being involved in your child's progress while enrolled in SkillsUSA. Get to know the instructors and ask questions.

Visit local career and technical programs or career and technical schools and participate in SkillsUSA events.

Discuss with your child the value of career and technical skills training and SkillsUSA and how they relate to schoolwork and on-the-job responsibilities, and the commitment necessary for successful completion of the SkillsUSA program.

The potential for career growth and a successful future is limitless if SkillsUSA is integrated into a child's education.



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My son has developed into a very poised young man able to communicate effectively one-on-one and in front of large crowds. He has developed a self-assuredness that I do not believe he would have been able to develop any other way. I would have to thank SkillsUSA for the leadership training he received.

David Boyer

SkillsUSA is the greatest thing that ever happened to my daughter. It has given her self-confidence. She has gone farther than I ever imagined.

Pam Wilbourn