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.

Thanks to the Denver Project Management Institute (PMI), SkillsUSA members from the Center for Communication Technology at Thomas Jefferson High
Students in architecture, digital design and filmmaking programs applied for and received a $2,250 SkillsUSA Lowe’s grant to help renovate the
Less electronics, more human interaction and exercise inspired Adam Taylor and Victoria Moreau to develop a chess/checkers garden for their
Graphics design students at C.S. Monroe Technology Center in Leesburg, Va., had the opportunity to show their painting, photography and
Engineering club students at Sylmar (Calif.) Biotech Health Academy developed an idea for an identification card to be used by
Students at Ada Professional Technical Center in Meridian, Idaho, have spent their Saturdays granting a wish for a local man fighting
Culinary students at Chatham Central High School in Bear Creek, N.C., teamed up with student members of SkillsUSA and other
Students at Sikeston (Mo.) Career and Technology Center are seeing results with their Operation Hope mentoring program. They work with
After they learned a bridge on a local trail had become impassible, students at Central Vermont Career Center designed and
When Salina, Kan., resident William Cookson was deployed with his Army National Guard unit to Kuwait, he’d just started painting