Casting is Now Open for Skills Jam Season 2

Published: April 24, 2024
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The 2023 Skills Jam cast and docu-series were amazing! Now, we’re ready to do it again, bigger and even better, with Skills Jam 2024! Skills Jam needs your help to find the best stories around the country, regardless of if your students are on the road to NLSC or not. Skills Jam is now offering two grants of $2,500 each to two randomly selected chapters.  Even if your students aren’t cast, just by entering your program will has a chance to win the grant. Find the details in the Skills Jam Casting Overview and the student flyer and presentation slide. If you missed the 2023 docu-series, you can still catch last season’s Skills Jam episodes on YouTube. The tide is turning when it comes to the perception of skilled trades across the nation. Don’t miss this great opportunity to build that momentum for your program and your students! For questions, contact Maria@SkilledCareers.org.

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