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.

Furnishings and the Arts Improve Lives
At the Vancouver (Wash.) School of Arts and Academics, students decorated and furnished a housing unit affiliated with Open House Ministries.
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Putting a Song in Their Hearts
With the goal of promoting patriotism and citizenship, Somerset County (N.J.) Vocational and Technical High School students Islam Soliman, Vyonce
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Mentors Share Vital Skills
Thanks to the Denver Project Management Institute (PMI), SkillsUSA members from the Center for Communication Technology at Thomas Jefferson High
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Spreading Kindness and Mulch
Students in architecture, digital design and filmmaking programs applied for and received a $2,250 SkillsUSA Lowe’s grant to help renovate the
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It’s Their Move
Less electronics, more human interaction and exercise inspired Adam Taylor and Victoria Moreau to develop a chess/checkers garden for their
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An Art Gallery Shows Skills
Graphics design students at C.S. Monroe Technology Center in Leesburg, Va., had the opportunity to show their painting, photography and
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Developing a Safe Way
Engineering club students at Sylmar (Calif.) Biotech Health Academy developed an idea for an identification card to be used by
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Using Skills and Saturdays to Grant Wish
Students at Ada Professional Technical Center in Meridian, Idaho, have spent their Saturdays granting a wish for a local man fighting
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A Dinner to Honor Survivors
Culinary students at Chatham Central High School in Bear Creek, N.C., teamed up with student members of SkillsUSA and other
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Mentoring = Improvement
Students at Sikeston (Mo.) Career and Technology Center are seeing results with their Operation Hope mentoring program. They work with
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