Chapter News

Below are some chapter news stories from around the country.

Do you have chapter news to share? Send it to us at info@skillsusa.org.

The stories below have appeared in SkillsUSA Champions magazine.

SkillsUSA members from Tennessee’s community and technical colleges are playing a major role in manufacturing face shields to protect Tennessee
Health care students and instructors from Indian Valley Vocational Center (IVVC) in Sandwich, Ill., are doing their part to help fight COVID-19 in their community. With
To help prepare for an upcoming state conference project, students from the Gloucester County Institute of Technology in Sewell, N.J., partnered with the Ronald McDonald House of Southern New
Timing was everything in Michael Ramirez’s situation. Two days before the school had closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Ramirez completed his Emergency
Carpentry students from Bossier Parish (La.) Technical School had an opportunity to serve their community and make a difference by
SkillsUSA members at the Alliance Academy for Innovation in Cumming, Ga., hosted a breakfast to honor their school’s resource officer
Students from South Pasadena (Calif.) High School are making their mark in the local community by supporting military members and
Students at UniTec Career Center in Bonne Terre, Mo., didn’t just take part in an annual SkillsUSA canned food drive;
In Ohio, SkillsUSA members raised $3,700 to support local veterans at the Chillicothe VA Medical Center’s Mace House. Students met
With winter making its way to Yelm, Wash., high-school automotive students got a firsthand look at how to prepare a