Future football star Brandon Graham proves that if you can believe it, yes, you can achieve it.
Whether you remember them with fondness or try not to remember them at all, first jobs always have a unique influence on the jobs that follow. SkillsUSA members and partners share what they learned from their own first dives into the waters of the workforce.
Instructor Wanda Tyson credits Nash Community College and SkillsUSA with her personal trajectory as well as that of her students, who grow skills by applying the Framework in learning.
When Edwin Maxcy was featured in “SkillsUSA Champions” magazine in 2018, the only thing more overwhelming than his story of pain and loss was the strength of his resolve to succeed in spite of it. We catch up with the young man whose ongoing success story has inspired not only our readers, but a new SkillsUSA program designed to help other students and chapters in need.
Meet the 2020-21 national officer team and learn how they’re prepared to lead during a global pandemic.
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.