Chapter News

Below are some chapter news stories from around the country.

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The stories below have appeared in SkillsUSA Champions magazine.

Building a Bridge to Success
In Oklahoma City, Metro Tech South Bryant students partnered with Bodine Elementary School to help create a cleaner and safer
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Mentors Spark a Partnership
Thanks to welding instructor Mark Lynch and his students at Sabin-Schellenberg Professional Technical Center in Milwaukee, Ore., the students of
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NTU Pack Helps Wild Canines Find Sanctuary
The SkillsUSA chapter at Navajo Technical University (NTU) in Crownpoint, N.M., provides much-needed assistance to the Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary
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Helping With Open Arms
In San Angelo, Texas, Central High School human services students have stepped up to help victims of sexual assault. With
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Meals, Wheels for Stranded Pets
When Hurricane Harvey devastated the Gulf Coast of Texas, students at El Paso Independent School District (EPISD) Center for Career
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With a Program Short on Funds, Students Combine Skills to Help
Students from Central Technology Center in Drumright, Okla., raised $1,500 for Cleveland Public Schools, a feeder system in need of
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Senior Center Visits Benefit All Involved
Students at Reading-Muhlenberg Career and Technology Center wanted to bring cheer to residents of a local senior-living facility. What they got
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Learn, Give, Empower
At Orange Technical College in Orlando, Fla., students have conducted numerous projects that help them meet their community service theme:
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Because High School Can Be Scary
In Stockton, Calif., to quell the anxiety of incoming freshman, some of the upperclassmen at Cesar Chavez High School agreed
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One Team Helps Another, and Everyone Becomes a Winner
Coach Brian Hamel (pictured kneeling, front row, far left) needs community funding so his Snowdogs basketball team can attend the
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