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Executive Update: September 15, 2022

Important Dates Sept. 17-21: Washington Leadership Training Institute, Alexandria, Va. Sept. 29: Virtual Chapter of Distinction Mega Prize Event at 7:30 p.m. ET. Oct. 19: Elevate: Chapter Officer Development Virtual Conference Advisors Needed for SkillsUSA’s DEI Workgroup The DEI (Diversity, Equity and Inclusion) Workgroup is tasked with the important work of operationalizing the equity and…
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Active Advisor News: September 2022

Welcoming a New Year: “Our Time is Now” SkillsUSA thanks all our dedicated advisors for the life-changing work you accomplished last year. Now, it’s time to set our sights on 2022-23, and our big expectations are perfectly expressed by this year’s theme: “SkillsUSA: Our Time is Now!” The theme was unveiled in June during our…
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SkillsUSA Teams Up with Tractor Supply and Carhartt to Strengthen the Future of Skilled Trades Jobs

SkillsUSA has teamed up with Tractor Supply Company (TSC), Tractor Supply Foundation (TSC), and Carhartt for the “Support the Trades” campaign designed to raise awareness of the skilled trades while helping SkillsUSA close the skilled trades gap.

Support the Trades — and SkillsUSA — in Fashion

The latest “Support the Trades” campaign from Tractor Supply Company (TSC) and Carhartt is underway. As part of this campaign, Carhartt and TSC have an expanded “Support the Trades” line of shirts and hats designed by Carhartt, with a portion of the proceeds being donated to SkillsUSA! Show your pride for the skilled trades you proudly represent and the “Champions at…
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Executive Update: September 1, 2022

Important Dates Sept. 17-21: Washington Leadership Training Institute, Alexandria, Va. Sept. 29: Virtual Chapter of Distinction Mega Prize Event at 7:30 p.m. ET. Oct. 19: Elevate: Chapter Officer Development Virtual Conference Support the Trades — and SkillsUSA — in Fashion The latest “Support the Trades” campaign from Tractor Supply Company (TSC) and Carhartt is underway.…
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Executive Update: August 15, 2022

Important Dates Aug. 16-19: State Director Association Professional Development and Training Conference, Reno, Nev. Sept. 17-21: Washington Leadership Training Institute, Alexandria, Va. Sept. 29: Virtual Chapter of Distinction Mega Prize Event at 7:30 p.m. ET. Oct. 19: Elevate: Chapter Officer Development Virtual Conference SkillsUSA Champions Feature on Loretta Cabuyadao SkillsUSA membership helped Loretta Cabuyadao grow…
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Executive Update: August 1, 2022

Important Dates Aug. 16-19: State Director Association Professional Development and Training Conference, Reno, Nev. Sept. 17-21: Washington Leadership Training Institute, Alexandria, Va. Sept. 29: Virtual Chapter of Distinction Mega Prize Event at 7:30 p.m. ET. Oct. 19: Elevate: Chapter Officer Development Virtual Conference Member Registration is Open — Join Early as a Professional The SkillsUSA…
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Fine Homebuilding Awards Scholarships to Construction Trades Students to Recognize Excellence in Craftsmanship

Fine Homebuilding and Keep Craft Alive, in its sixth year partnering with SkillsUSA, have announced this year’s #KeepCraftAlive Scholarship winners. Eighteen students studying in construction-related fields received a $2,500 scholarship for the 2022-23 academic year.

SkillsUSA Instructors Announced as Finalists for the 2022 Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize for Teaching Excellence

Leesburg, Va., July 26, 2022 — Twenty-five SkillsUSA instructors are among 50 teachers and teacher teams from across the country who are finalists for the Harbor Freight Tools for Schools 2022 Prize for Teaching Excellence. Their high school trades programs are in the running for a share of $1.25 million in total cash awards. The…
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2022 SkillsUSA and Fine Homebuilding #KeepCraftAlive Scholarship Recipients

Fine Homebuilding and #KeepCraftAlive annually award multiple $2,500 college/post-secondary scholarships to SkillsUSA students in the construction pathways as part of their mission to support students who possess a passion for the skilled trades. Amelia Hess Mountainview High School, Va. Annah Evavold North Dakota College of Science, N.D. Annie Krukis Morris County School of Technology, N.J.…
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