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.
A new docuseries showcasing the heart pounding, show stopping journeys of 14 SkillsUSA members from five high schools has been released, following them as they compete at the national SkillsUSA Championships.
SkillsUSA instructors are among 25 outstanding teachers and teacher teams from 17 states who are winners for the 2023 Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize for Teaching Excellence. In total, these educators shared $1.5 million in cash awards.