SkillsUSA is accepting nominations of qualified alumni for service on the Alumni Coordinating Committee. Nominations are being accepted for Regions 2 and 4, as well as the executive chair (who… Read More
SkillsUSA sponsors an alumni pin design competition that is open to all SkillsUSA registered alumni. This year, the winning design will become the official 50th Conference Commemorative pin for the… Read More
SkillsUSA has partnered with American Airlines for five percent off published fares, even sale prices, to attend the 2014 National Leadership and Skills Conference (NLSC) in Kansas City, Missouri (travel… Read More
Do you have a talented singer in your state who would enjoy a special performance opportunity? SkillsUSA seeks talented singers for the Opening Ceremony or Awards Ceremony during the 2014… Read More
CareerSafe, Safety Education for America's Future, is sponsoring the 2013-2014 National Youth Safety Video Contest. Students across the country are challenged to create a two-minute video demonstrating safety in the… Read More
It's Fall Leadership Development Time
Each fall, we kick off leadership development activities for our students and teachers with the annual Washington Leadership Training Institute (WLTI) in D.C. in September and… Read More
President Barack Obama recently unveiled a $100 million competition aimed at finding new ways to better prepare high-school students for the global high-tech economy.
The program, Youth CareerConnect, will award 25… Read More
The Gene Haas Foundation Machining Technology Scholarship helps ease the financial burden of qualified students who are interested in machine operation and maintenance coursework.
Graduating high school seniors, GED recipients and displaced… Read More
Success with an Associate Degree Workforce experts, Carleen MacKay, and Cari Lyn Vinci are collaborating on a 'Playbook' to incorporate into a career and life planning program to help teenage… Read More
Help your graduating students stay connected to valuable industry contacts and potential employment by having them register as SkillsUSA alumni. It's free, easy and open to all high school and college/postsecondary members… Read More