Bryan Glispie

Many people have a “war story” or two about their first jobs: those low-skill, low-wage, low-ceiling positions begrudgingly accepted just to earn some quick cash and experience. Don’t ask Bryan Glispie to share his stories, however. He doesn’t have any. This award-winning broadcasting professional landed his first gig at a little California-based outfit called the […]

Samantha Jinnah

Samantha Jinnah’s path into health care has been gradual. Trips to her uncle’s neurology lab piqued her interest. She considered becoming a doctor. “I didn’t know if I was going to be able to do that, because I was never a blood-and-guts type person,” Jinnah says. A graduate of Olympic High School in Charlotte, N.C., […]

Alumni Executive Board Seeks Nominees for Regions 1, 3 and 5

SkillsUSA is accepting nominations of qualified alumni for service on the Alumni Executive Board. Nominations are being accepted for Regions 1, 3 and 5. All nominees must be active annual, lifetime or honorary life members of the SkillsUSA Alumni and Friends Association. In addition, a nominee must have been an active member for at least […]

Executive Update: April 15, 2019

Important Dates May 5-11: SkillsUSA’s Week of Service May 8: SkillsUSA’s 54th Anniversary May 8: SkillsUSA National Signing Day with Klein Tools Executive Director’s Report Board Approves Budget, Selection Process On March 20-21, SkillsUSA’s board of directors held a productive meeting in Sacramento, Calif. Before the meeting, board president Jen Worth, staff members Kelly Horton and […]

Executive Update: April 1, 2019

Important Dates May 5-11: SkillsUSA’s Week of Service May 8: SkillsUSA’s 54th Anniversary May 8: SkillsUSA National Signing Day with Klein Tools Executive Director’s Report Good News for Membership I’m excited to report this is another record-breaking membership year. The SkillsUSA membership deadline was March 1 for national competitors and voting delegates, but membership remains […]