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360,000+ national members
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CHAMPIONS AT WORK
We define SkillsUSA as a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA helps each student excel. SkillsUSA's mission is to help its members become world-class workers, leaders and responsible American citizens.
SkillsUSA has over 360,000 members around the nation, with over 100,000 graduating every year! Our focus is empowering youth to be what keeps the United State's workforce competitive in our growing world. When you are in SkillsUSA, you are the future.
You can either show off your skills and become a champion or become a leader of your community as a SkillsUSA officer, and potentially work your way on to becoming a national officer. Through SkillUSA, members have received job offers, traveled the world, and landed their dream jobs. That can be you!
FIRST THING'S FIRST
Before you can truly begin your journey as a "Champion at Work" you have to make sure your school has a registered chapter! A chapter requires at least 1 teacher, 6 students, Bylaws, and a Charter. If you have a chapter, work with a your advisor at your school to get you registered, it's pretty easy and afterward you can focus on your future success in SkillsUSA.
List of ALL Competitions
Over 100 👥
Competitions you can compete in include: Additive Manufacturing, Advertising Design, American Spirit, Architectural Drafting, Art Show, Audio/Radio Production, Automated Manufacturing, Automotive Refinishing, Automotive Service, Aviation Maintenance, Barbering, Basic Health Care Skills, Broadcast News Production, Building Maintenance/Custodial Services, Cabinetmaking, Career Pathway Showcases (Arts & Communication, Business, Management and Technology, Health Services, Human Services, and Industrial Engineering), Carpentry, Chapter Display, CNC Milling, CNC Technician, CNC Turning, Collision Repair, Commercial Baking, Community Service, Computer Programming, Computerized Collision Appraisal, Cosmetology, Crime Scene Investigation, Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts, Customer Service, Cyber Security, Dental Assisting, Diesel Equipment, Digital Cinema Production, Electrical Construction Wiring, Electronics Technology, Engineering Technology, Entrepreneurship, Esthetics, Extemporaneous Speaking, Firefighting, First Aid/CPR, Graphic Communications, Health Knowledge Bowl, Health Occupations Professional Portfolio, HVAC & Refrigeration, Heavy Equipment Operations, Industrial Motor Control, Information Technology Services, Interactive Application & Game Development, Internetworking, Job Interview, Job Skill Demo A, Job Skill Demo Open, Maintenance & Light Repair, Masonry, Mechatronics, Medical Assisting, Medical Math, Medical Terminology, Mobile Robotics, Motorcycle Service Technology, Nail Care, Nurse Assisting, Occupational Health & Safety - Multi, Occupational Health & Safety - Single, Opening & Closing Ceremonies, Outstanding Chapter, Photography, Pin Design, Plumbing, Power Equipment, Practical Nursing, Precision Machining, Prepared Speech, Principles of Technology, Promotional Bulletin Board, Quiz Bowl, Related Technical Math, Restaurant Service, Robotics & Automation, Robotics Urban Search & Rescue, Screen Printing, Sheet Metal, Team Works, Technical Computer Applications, Technical Drafting, Telecommunications Cabling, Television/Video Production, T-Shirt Design, Web Design, Welding, Welding Fabrication, and Welding Sculpture.
Keynote Speaker: Spencer Wolf, WorldSkills Champion
November 2018 👥
SkillsUSA Ohio alumni, Spencer Wolf, has made a name for himself through SkillsUSA. He competed in 2013 at the regional level, moved onto State Championship, then nationals. Little did he know he would win, and what would come after. Spencer is one of few Ohioans who have competed internationally at WorldSkills, and the only to attend multiple times. Watch the video to learn about how Spencer went from competing at nationals to traveling the world. Spencer now works for the Ohio Department of Education and with SkillsUSA Ohio.