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SkillsUSA Week

 

Feb. 6-10, 2023

SkillsUSA Week is celebrated in February each year.

SkillsUSA Week gives state associations, advisors and student members the opportunity to promote SkillsUSA programs and activities at the local and state levels. During the week, members can also help raise awareness of SkillsUSA.

SkillsUSA Week T-shirt Design Contest

SkillsUSA is seeking student designs for the official T-shirt of SkillsUSA Week 2022. One design will be selected and produced by the SkillsUSA Store. The contest is open to all dues-paying student members. Only one entry/design per SkillsUSA member is permitted. All designs submitted should be appropriate for use on a red t-shirt and follow the design specifications outlined in the Challenge Guide.

All entries must be submitted to SkillsUSA exactly as directed in the rules and become the property of SkillsUSA once submitted.

Submission deadline is November 7 at 5 p.m. (ET)

Challenge Guide: https://skillsusa.egnyte.com/dl/P6riTapGiD
Submit Your Design: https://skillsusa.wufoo.com/forms/m1vmw6n507olj6f/

SkillsUSA Week Day-By-Day Resources

Checkout our SkillsUSA Week guide to help your chapter plan a successful SkillsUSA Week. Click each day’s icon to learn more about activities you can plan during that day.

Recognition DayGive Back DayPartner DayAdvocacy DaySkillsUSA Day

SkillsUSA Advocacy Site

The SkillsUSA Advocacy Site has two templates available for you to use to promote your activities during SkillsUSA Week and Career and Technical Education Month. One is for your U.S. senators and representatives and your local government officials and the other is for your local media. 

The letter templates are editable, and we suggest you personalize your messages as much as possible with details about your school, training programs and activities for SkillsUSA Week and CTE Month. If you are planning specific activities for SkillsUSA Week, please be sure to invite the news media to attend.

Thanks for being an advocate for SkillsUSA and career and technical education. Share your news stories with the SkillsUSA headquarters by emailing the stories, photos or links to the SkillsUSA Champions digital hub.