All advisors are eligible to receive a commemorative SkillsUSA 50th Anniversary podium banner when they submit their membership. Register at least 15 student members plus one or more professionals by… Read More
Applications are now available for new board members for the State Farm Youth Advisory Board (YAB). This is an incredible opportunity for a young person to grow as a leader… Read More
This spring, the Alumni and Friends Association members voted to amend the alumni constitution by renaming the Alumni Coordinating Committee. The new name voted upon is the “Alumni and Friends… Read More
Don’t miss an opportunity to get recognized for the incredible work that your chapter is doing this year! Chapters have until November 14, 2014 to submit their entries for the… Read More
The SkillsUSA Alumni & Friends Association Start-Up/Project Grant is available to assist with the growth of a newly or previously established State Alumni & Friends Association.
Up to two grants will… Read More
Our magazine staff is seeking photo submissions for our “Image” page. In this contest, students and advisors can submit photos that show SkillsUSA members in action. We currently do not… Read More
The Association for Career and Technical Education's (ACTE) Vision 2014 is coming up November 19-22, 2014, in Nashville, Tenn. In preparation for Vision 2014, I want to call your attention… Read More
Have questions? Need answers? The SkillsUSA Membership Hotline can take care of all of your chapter questions. From how to start a new chapter, ways to engage more of your… Read More
Congratulations to the following four recipients of the 2014 Student Leadership Development Scholarship - Washington Leadership Training Institute ($800 each):
Sierra Gobert, Walden Grove High School in Sahuarita, Ariz.
Jacob Weber, Fairfield… Read More
Meeting of the Student Organizations
On July 17, the student organization executive directors who are members of the National Coordinating Council of the Career and Technical Student Organizations (NCC-CTSO) met in… Read More