Washington Students Build 3D Printer for Competition, then Pivot and Use Engineering Skills to Make Masks

Oak Harbor High School students Aidan Kinnaman, Ashlyn LeClercq and Tyler Anders were preparing for the 2020 Engineering Technology Design competition before it was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, they quickly adapted to use their essential skills to serve the community.

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Somerset Students Keep Learning Essential Skills During COVID Crisis

Despite closed labs and disruptions to school schedules resulting from the pandemic, instructors at Somerset County Vocational and Technical High School in Bridgewater, N.J., found innovative ways to teach engineering, electrical and plumbing students.

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Courage: Being Afraid and Doing It Anyway

It’s not just seasoned and experienced healthcare workers putting aside their fears while choosing to …

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No Champion Left Behind

Just before pandemic-related lockdowns went into place across their state, students at William M. Davies, Jr. Career and Technical High …

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SkillsUSA Tennessee Colleges Help Protect Health Professionals

SkillsUSA members from Tennessee’s community and technical colleges are playing a major role in …

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Giving to Those Who Need It More

Health care students and instructors from Indian Valley Vocational Center (IVVC) in Sandwich, Ill., are doing their part to help …

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NLSC Virtual Recognition Session

Join us virtually on June 26, 2020, for the NLSC Virtual Recognition Session. This year’s session will give us an opportunity to be apart “together” while …

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SkillsUSA Members Serve Local Communities and Receive Prestigious Presidential Volunteer Service Award

Leesburg, Va.—SkillsUSA members from 13 states have been recognized for their outstanding community service this year. SkillsUSA, as an official certifying organization for the Presidential …

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Official Statement from SkillsUSA Executive Director Chelle Travis

Dear SkillsUSA Family, The painful events of the last two weeks — which represent a far longer history of social injustice to members of the …

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