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Category: Active Advisor News

Active Advisor News: March 2022

2021 Models of Excellence Chapters Share Their Success     The finalists for SkillsUSA’s Models of Excellence (MOE) program will be announced soon, with the top three winners named at our national conference in June. In the meantime, our 2021 winners recently shared how they earned their MOE status, providing a great look into how any…
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Active Advisor News: February 2022

SkillsUSA Week Stories Welcome! Last week, Feb. 7-11, chapters across the country engaged in experiences that honored their community supporters, connected with local business and industry professionals and shared SkillsUSA with their administrators. See how the SkillsUSA national officers spent their week! There is still time to share your SkillsUSA Week stories, photos or links…
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Active Advisor News: January 2022

The Road to Atlanta: NLSC 2022 The SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference (NLSC) will be held in Atlanta from June 20-24, and we’ve been using this space to highlight some of the city’s attractions to help get you excited for the big event (not that you need many more reasons to get excited). At…
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Active Advisor News: December 2021

Hitting the Road to Atlanta for NLSC 2022 The SkillsUSA National Leadership & Skills Conference (NLSC) will be held in Atlanta, June 20-24, 2022. Did you know that Atlanta is known as the cradle of the civil rights movement in the United States? From 1940 to 1970, the city became the epicenter of the movement,…
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Active Advisor News: March 2021

Resilient SkillsUSA Week Changes Lives From Feb. 7-13, SkillsUSA Week shined a national spotlight on how our chapters across the country contribute to their local communities all year long.  For just a few of the inspiring examples of the activities highlighting this proud week, click here. Celebrate Your Students on National Signing Day On May…
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Active Advisor News: January 2021

Welcome to 2021 We hope everyone enjoyed the holiday break and had a pleasant New Year. We are feeling hopeful as we move into 2021 with optimism about SkillsUSA and career and technical education. We will continue to be agile as the world continues to change. Flexibility and adaptability are among our strengths as an…
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