SkillsUSA Week

SkillsUSA Week is Feb. 3-9. Find out how to celebrate. SkillsUSA Week 2019 is sponsored by Channellock and Toyota.

Career Essentials

Help your students become career ready with SkillsUSA Career Essentials.

Chapter
Excellence

Earn recognition for your chapter with the Chapter Excellence Program.

New Blazers

New year, new blazers. Learn about the new and improved SkillsUSA blazer.

Design Challenge

Submit your design for the 2019 NLSC Pin and T-shirt Design Challenge.

Headlines

Dates and Deadlines

DEADLINE: Constitutional Amendments

Friday, February 1st

Current SkillsUSA members can submit proposed constitutional amendments to the middle school… Read More

SkillsUSA Week

Sun, Feb 3rd - Sat, Feb 9th

February 3-9, 2019 SkillsUSA Week is celebrated the second week of February each… Read More

National Anthem Auditions Deadline

Monday, February 4th

SkillsUSA is seeking talented student or adult performers to sing the national… Read More

Student Success Story

Gary Stange

Picture a champion. You don’t see drug addiction, physical abuse or juvenile detention. But for Gary Stange, it’s part of…Read More

SkillsUSA Champions Magazine

Winter 2019, Volume 53, No. 2

Career-Ready Starts Here

Circling the Globe to Talk About Skills

Divine Providence

On the cover: SkillsUSA Champion Lana Vong of Richardson, Texas. Photo by Lloyd Wolf.

Assessments

With SkillsUSA Career Essentials: Assessments, we can now provide a path to other professional certi­fications and pave the way ahead for our future workforce. Assessments parallels SkillsUSA’s successful philosophy of hands-on, authentic methods. The system helps instructors prove the benefit of their programs and helps students develop rewarding careers.

Learn more about SkillsUSA Career Essentials: Assessments ...

Who We Are

SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA helps each student excel. We provide educational programs, events and competitions that support career and technical education (CTE) in the nation’s classrooms.

Learn more about SkillsUSA.

2018 Fall Conferences

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