SkillsUSA was featured on the PBS program "American Graduate Day" and aired live nationwide on Saturday, September 28, from noon - 7 p.m. EDT. The program spotlighted 20 organizations… Read More
When advisors register at least 15 student members plus one or more professionals by November 15, 2013, they will receive a free copy of Leveraging Your Leadership with Effective Chapter Meetings… Read More
Because SkillsUSA is a certifying organization of the President's Volunteer Service Award, advisors, student members and registered alumni can earn recognition for community service activities and time spent as a… Read More
The Women's Industry Network (WIN) offers scholarships that will provide tuition assistance as well as educational opportunities and enrichment events to qualified applicants.
The College Student Tuition and Conference Scholarship Award… Read More
There are several scholarships opportunities available for students on the SkillsUSA website. Please pass the word.
National Technical Honor Society - deadline is April 1, 2014
Sharon Melton Meyers Memorial Scholarship - deadline is April 30… Read More
"Educated and Skilled to Lead America" is SkillsUSA's theme this year and the students' challenge will be to create a video that showcases how members are becoming educated. The video… Read More
WebProfessionals.org, the organization that heads up the national Web Design contest, would like to remind students and teachers that there is still time to participate in the Start Something Today… Read More
The 2013 Washington Leadership Training Institute (WLTI) was the largest and probably one of the most amazing in our history. Capitol Hill visits will be reported in a few weeks… Read More
On September 16-18, I participated in the Insurance Auto Auctions, Inc. (IAA) Industry Leadership Summit at the Cloister Resort on Sea Island, Ga. The summit was attended by over 150… Read More
Immediately following the closing ceremony of WLTI, on September 25th, I traveled to the headquarters of Deloitte Consulting in Arlington, Va., where I was invited by the STEM Council to… Read More