SkillsUSA Champions magazine and SkillsUSA TECHSPO are ideal vehicles to promote your company and the work it does with SkillsUSA. There are also other ways to support our vital mission.
SkillsUSA partners are supporters of career and technical education. Our partners have an opportunity for input into skill training, a chance to recruit top technical students and the opportunity to help develop America’s future workforce.
SkillsUSA serves more than 360,000 career and technical students and teachers nationwide. These students are training in our nation’s high schools and college/postsecondary institutions in a variety of careers such as cosmetology, automotive technology, machining, drafting, culinary arts and computer networking.
More than 1,200 companies and organizations participate in SkillsUSA programs. Companies benefit by having input into specific skill training, an opportunity to recruiting top technical students, and the good feeling that comes from helping America’s future workforce develop marketable skills. Many industries today face a shortage of skilled workers, and SkillsUSA offers a tangible way to help solve this problem by ensuring that there will be a future workforce trained in the skills industry needs.
To learn more about how your company can become involved, please complete this form. A representative of SkillsUSA will be in touch with you shortly to discuss ways to build a partnership to promote America’s emerging skilled workforce.
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SkillsUSA Champions magazine is a dynamic resource that inspires and creates a virtual community of students and teachers through relevant and inspiring content. SkillsUSA Champions is vibrant and modern, yet professional. The content can be read quickly, providing useful news and information for all audiences. Teachers can implement Champions in their own classrooms, students can use it in their career decision-making, and through it, sponsors can see the value of the program they are supporting.
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