Volunteers Needed for National Competitions

Published: January 23, 2024
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SkillsUSA’s annual National Leadership & Skills Conference (NLSC) returns to Atlanta June 24-28. This destination event for workforce development includes the SkillsUSA Championships, where more than 6,000 elite student competitors – all state competition winners – will test their skills against themselves and each other in 115 cutting-edge trade, technical and leadership competitions.

The SkillsUSA Championships shines an inspiring spotlight on the power and vitality of the skilled trades, but the event can’t happen without the support of generous, committed volunteers. SkillsUSA urgently needs more volunteers to help manage and judge the competitions on Wednesday and Thursday (June 26-27) during the week of NLSC. As a volunteer, you’ll be helping to shape futures and change lives, and you’ll also gain a firsthand understanding that America’s future is in good hands … because it’s in skilled hands.

If you’re ready and willing to share your skills with the next generation as a proud champion of the skilled trades, please let us know.

Learn more about the SkillsUSA Championships on our website, which includes a brief description for each competition.

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