2019 SkillsUSA Week Chapter Grant Winners Announced

Published: January 18, 2019
Congratulations to the recipients of the SkillsUSA Week grant. These grants of up to $1,000 are sponsored in partnership with Channellock and Toyota. Chapters were selected based on their compelling narratives about how the grant funds will be used to assist in creating a SkillsUSA open house during SkillsUSA Week (Feb. 3-9) that will serve to increase community awareness and help recruit members. Grant recipients are listed by state in alphabetical order:
  • Pinson Valley High School in Alabama
  • Earnest Pruett Center of Technology inAlabama
  • Willow Canyon High School in Arizona
  • South Pasadena High School in California
  • Cross Keys High School in Georgia
  • Gwinnett Technical College in Georgia
  • Hart County High in Georgia
  • Lumpkin County High School in Georgia
  • Hampshire High School in Illinois
  • Alfred Bonnabel High School in Louisiana
  • Cape Cod Regional Technical High School in Massachusetts
  • Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center in Missouri
  • Current River Career Center in Missouri
  • Boonslick Technical Education Center in Missouri
  • Cass Career Center in Missouri
  • Davis H. Hart Career Center in Missouri
  • Hannibal Career and Technical Center in Missouri
  • Macon Area Career and Technical Education Center in Missouri
  • Plains Public Schools in Montana
  • Southeast Region Career and Technology Center in North Dakota
  • Cozad Community Schools in Nebraska
  • Southeast Community College in Nebraska
  • The Career Academy in Nebraska
  • Dona Ana Community College in New Mexico
  • Catawba Valley Community College in North Carolina
  • Columbus Career and College Academy in North Carolina
  • High School for Construction Trades, Engineering and Architecture in New York
  • Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical Education High School in New York
  • Upper Valley Career Center in Ohio
  • A.W. Beattie Career Center in Pennsylvania
  • Woonsocket Area Career and Technical Center (Woonsocket Education Department) in Rhode Island
  • W.M. Davies Career and Technical High School in Rhode Island
  • Beacon Charter High School in Rhode Island
  • Lawrence County High School in Tennessee
  • Johnson County High School in Tennessee
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology Ripley
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology Shelbyville
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology Dickson/Clarksville
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology Murfreesboro
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology at Elizabethton
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology Oneida/Huntsville
  • Garland Independent School District – Lakeview Centennial in Texas
  • Construction Careers Academy in Texas
  • Pulaski County Technical Education Center in Virginia
  • The Academy of Virginia Randolph in Virginia
  • New Horizons Regional Education Center Butler Farm in Virginia
  • Blacksburg High School in Virginia
  • Bay Port High School in Wisconsin
  • Antigo High School in Wisconsin
  • Monongalia County Technical Education Center in West Virginia

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