Category: Features

TikTok Champions Challenge!

SkillsUSA has just released a new version of the organization’s Official Song: “SkillsUSA: Champions at Work.” We’ve also created a new video to go with it. Help share the new song by entering our SkillsUSA Champions Challenge on TikTok! Rules Create a SkillsUSA video on TikTok. Video can be 15 to 60 seconds in length.…
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SkillsUSA Students Receive Presidential CTE Scholar Honors

The SkillsUSA Framework consists of three components: Personal Skills, Workplace Skills and Technical Skills Grounded in Academics. Five SkillsUSA members recently reinforced the “academics” portion of that phrase by becoming the latest in a long line of SkillsUSA members over the years to be named U.S. Presidential Scholars. SkillsUSA is proud of our 2021 recipients of…
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SkillsUSA National Signing Day Earns National Recognition

On May 4, SkillsUSA celebrated a successful SkillsUSA National Signing Day, working with industry partners to highlight the value of skilled trades careers. The nationally recognized event spotlighted career and technical education students for their dedication to career readiness and their commitment to forge a career path in a trade they’re passionate about. Hundreds of…
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24 SkillsUSA Schools Named National Models of Excellence

Honored as 2021’s Most Outstanding SkillsUSA Programs Leesburg, Va. — SkillsUSA has named 24 SkillsUSA schools as Models of Excellence for 2021. The annual program recognizes the exceptional integration of personal, workplace and technical skills into SkillsUSA chapter activities. This is the highest honor bestowed on chapters by SkillsUSA, which is among the largest student…
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Save the Date! National Awards and Recognition Session Goes Live This June

A SkillsUSA year like no other demands a SkillsUSA Awards and Recognition session like no other! The awards, the cheers, the pride that our members feel for themselves, their classmates, and their trades — those are the elements of an emotional, inspiring, unforgettable Awards and Recognition session, the kind SkillsUSA has been known for since its…
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SkillsUSA National Signing Day Celebrates Skilled Trades

SkillsUSA celebrated SkillsUSA National Signing Day today, working with industry partners to highlight the value of skilled trades careers. The nationwide events recognized career and technical students for their dedication to career readiness and their commitment to their future career plans.

Miller Electric Offers Free Access to Welding Training Online

Miller Electric, a longtime partner of SkillsUSA, is helping address the challenges of distance learning by offering a FREE Learning Management System with welding theory modules for use in creating or enhancing existing curriculums. OpenBook™ is a powerful tool consisting of five pre-defined courses and over 70 e-learning modules that help instructors assign and deliver welding…
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New SkillsUSA Graduate Frames for Social Media

To recognize our graduating members, SkillsUSA has created a few editable frames to use on Facebook. To add a frame to your page’s profile picture: Go to Facebook here. Click your profile picture in the bottom left and select your page. Search for a frame by entering the frame’s name, the creator’s name(SkillsUSA) or related words (graduation).…
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2021 NTHS Scholarship recipients announced

The following students have been announced as recipients of the NTHS Scholarship for 2021. College/Postsecondary Winner Jasmine Godoy, Tulsa (Okla.) Tech. High School Winners Thomasina Lester, Oxford Hills Technical School in Maine. Savannah Pinner, Wylie (Texas) High School. Megan Van Vollenhoven Student Center for Advanced Technical Studies in South Carolina. SkillsUSA has teamed up with…
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2021 Marsha Daves Memorial Scholarship Winner Announced

The recipient for this year’s Marsha Daves Memorial Scholarship is Leanna Nicholson, a SkillsUSA member in the computer engineering program at Mercer County Technical Education Center in West Virginia. Congratulations, Leanna!