SkillsUSA Celebrates Career Essentials Certified Teachers
During October, we celebrated more educators who became SkillsUSA Career Essentials certified teachers. They are now exceptionally equipped to use the Career Essentials curriculum as a turnkey tool to help learners define, implement and measure their career-readiness skills. These educators are now part of a national network of educators committed to preparing learners for success in the workforce:
Ronald Scott, North Point High School for STI
Lauri Redmon, Career and Technology Center at Fort Osage
Jesse Zweep, SkillsUSA Nebraska State Office
Katie Paulson, SkillsUSA South Dakota State Office
Andrew Smith, TN College of Applied Technology
Terri Altmann, Rebirth Empowerment Education
Twila DeMasters, Central Virginia Community College
Francie Dye, Central Virginia Community College
Janie Wilcox, SkillsUSA Wyoming State Office
To acknowledge the efforts of these teachers, we maintain a digital map that depicts the number of Career Essentials certified teachers in each state. Find the map here: https://mycareeressentials.org.
If you are implementing Career Essentials Experiences with your students and would like to become a Career Essentials certified teacher, please register for the Career Essentials Implementation Training.