SkillsUSA Blog

They Bagged It for the Needy

At Niagara Career and Technical Education Center in Sanborn, N.Y., SkillsUSA advisor Scott Brauer asked members to collect food and organize it in bags. Students made the rounds at school… Read More

Access to Water, Hope for Life

When people collect drinking water in developing countries, their journey can cover many miles to and from rivers or streams, sometimes in perilous conditions. At Frederick (Md.) Career and Technology… Read More

A Grand Drive to End Poverty Everywhere

Lehi (Utah) High School students collected one “grand” to support Let’s End Poverty and to spread awareness worldwide. Within two weeks, these students collected and sorted bags of donations including… Read More

Civic duty? Check

“If you don’t do anything, you can’t control the government. It’s your right as a citizen. You might as well use it,” says Colin Clark, a graphic and visual communications… Read More

Not Down the Drain

Caitlin Monagle and McKenzie Hartman, environmental technology students at Minuteman High School in Lexington, Mass., have installed decals at catch basins that direct storm water into nearby Morses Pond, a… Read More