National Competitors Offer Thanks

Published: July 12, 2021
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Holding the SkillsUSA Championships always requires a huge, coordinated effort from all our SkillsUSA stakeholders and industry partners, but that challenge was never greater than it was in 2021. Despite the challenges of a global pandemic, SkillsUSA members and supporters from across the country worked to find new ways to hold their competitive events, leading to a triumphant 2021 SkillsUSA Championships that featured nearly 3,700 competitors in 107 skilled and leadership competitions. In this video, many of our 2021 national medalists – representing a wide variety of skilled trade areas – say thank you to all the supporters and industry partners who helped make their inspiring accomplishments possible.

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