How hard is it to go from appearing onstage in front of 10,000 people to appearing on national television in front of millions? If you talk to Jay Clifton, he makes the journey seem easy. But the reality is that a lot of sweat and hard work led to both.
Transport Topics host Dan Ronan sits down with Gabe Krebs and Tom Wozniak to discuss the WorldSkills Competition and SkillsUSA.
In September 2018, SkillsUSA Florida state officer Lane Davis was preparing to attend SkillsUSA’s Washington Leadership Training Institute when he had a harrowing experience. Through that, he learned the importance of how stories can help us learn more about others, and ourselves.
When an interest in automotive technology led her to consider courses in high school, Noemi Castro wondered if her gender could be an obstacle. It wasn’t. Through SkillsUSA, she quickly found a confidence-igniting spark that’s led to a full-throttle career.
The way SkillsUSA conducts our competitions might have temporarily changed as a result of the global pandemic, but one thing hasn’t: Earning a medal as a SkillsUSA Championships competitor is the same “kind-of-a-big-deal” it’s always been. Our 2021 Insider’s Guide could help you find your way to the virtual medal stage.
A chance invitation from a SkillsUSA instructor helped Anthony Mitchell realize there were more opportunities in life than he’d ever dreamed possible. He hasn’t just taken advantage of those opportunities; he shares them with his community.