SkillsUSA’s 2020 top advisor Joseph Chapman proves that even new advocates can grow a SkillsUSA chapter to prominence, inspire belief in the program and deliver graduates with the skills employers want — all while changing students’ lives.
When the opportunity of a lifetime presented itself, Paravi Das didn’t hesitate to give it her all, but an unexpected crisis meant a temporary setback. Drawing on her talent, passion and determination, this singer, artist and SkillsUSA Virginia president put on her red jacket and continued reaching for the stars.
SkillsUSA graduate and grandmother Jacqueline Limbrick transformed an unexpected tragedy into an opportunity for lifelong learning.
Life changed in a flash for former SkillsUSA member Brad Lang. Following mission-related injuries, the combat veteran turned challenges into opportunities for a new life and a new business.
This award-winning SkillsUSA advisor motivates students, serves the community and brings positive recognition to his inner-city school