SkillsUSA Blog

2016 WorldSkills Leaders Forum Provides New Perspectives on the Future of Skills

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Contacts: Mike Pitre or Michèle Rogerson, Skills/Compétences Canada 613-784-9996, mikep@skillscanada.com 613-266-4771, micheler@skillscanada.com Contacts: Jane Short or Karen Kitzel, SkillsUSA 703-737-0612, jshort@skillsusa.org 703-737-0607, kkitzel@skillsusa.org Niagara Falls, Canada, Oct. 6, 2016 — Skills/Compétences Canada along with… Read More

Automotive Students Keep Folks Moving

At Washburn Technical Institute of Technology (WIT) in Topeka, Kan., students in auto collision repair and auto service technology work with licensed technicians to refurbish cars for families in need. Since… Read More

Putting a Lid on Second Graders

Law enforcement students at Northeast Metro 916 Career and Technical Center in White Bear Lake, Minn., mentor Oakdale (Minn.) Elementary School second-graders. In what’s known as the Tiger Cubs and… Read More

Awareness, Nutrition and Meals

To raise awareness of the growing number of local families with insufficient sources of food, Kaitlyn Hermansen, Marian Yalong and Regina Yoo (pictured left to right) created the #SayNo2Hunger social… Read More