Online Resources

Here are some additional resources for your SkillsUSA experience.

The Chapter Excellence Program (CEP) honors chapter achievement relative to SkillsUSA’s framework of developing personal, workplace and technical skills. The framework actualizes SkillsUSA’s mission “to empower members to become world-class workers, leaders and responsible American citizens.” It also serves as the blueprint for workplace readiness — our ultimate goal as an organization. By centering on industry demands, the framework builds the foundation for relevant and intentional student learning and employability skill development.

Personal Leadership Inventory
The Personal Leadership Inventory is a series of self-assessments SkillsUSA members may use to evaluate and grow important skills for life and career. The self-assessments included in the Personal Leadership Inventory focus on the following roles students play: team member, leader, employee, citizen and being an effective individual. Use one or all of the self-assessments in the inventory and start planning for growth today!

Career Skills Education Program
SkillsUSA's Career Skills Education Program (CSEP) helps you give your college and postsecondary students direction as they master basic career and life skills. Click here to find out more information.

Lowe's Grants
Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation grants are designed to assist local SkillsUSA chapters in running quality projects to serve their school or community. Service projects are the ideal way to allow your students to be a part of something bigger than themselves.

President's Volunteer Service Award
SkillsUSA is now an official certifying organization for the President's Volunteer Service Award. Your chapter's service qualifies for this award. To find out more, visit this link

Service Tool Kit
The Service Tool Kit has been created to help you get organized, recruit and manage volunteers and deliver superior results for your community.

Marketing Toolkit
Get the tools you need to market your chapter!

SkillsUSA Contest Updates

SkillsUSA Championships Technical Standards 2013-2014
The SkillsUSA Championships Technical Standards have been revised and new rules will be effective at the 2013 Championships. To assure you and your students are prepared for the competitions, discard your old technical standards and obtain a copy of the latest edition.

Publications, Merchandise and Clothing
SkillsUSA offers a variety of publications, merchandise and clothing to enhance your SkillsUSA program. Be sure to order materials early to allow time for shipping, especially when nearing competition time.

Order official SkillsUSA advisor and student materials, contest guides, DVDs, posters and more from the SkillsUSA Educational Resources Catalog. Or, call 800-321-8422 to order by phone.

To purchase official attire visit SkillsUSAStore. It is open with an array of new products including fashion apparel, accessories and gift items.

Advisor Training Modules
Several advisor training modules were developed to help build successful SkillsUSA chapters.
All advisors are welcome to use the training modules anytime, anywhere to learn how to develop a strong SkillsUSA chapter.

Brochures and Fliers
As a service to chapters, SkillsUSA has created some free downloadable promotional materials. Two versions of a SkillsUSA brochure are provided: a PDF download with national contact information, and a document in Word that can be downloaded and then personalized with your school information before printing.
Use these brochures to promote your SkillsUSA chapter during membership drives, open houses, community service projects, at presentations, or during SkillsUSA Week. Have members hand them out to prospective members with a tuck-in note inviting them to a fall kick-off meeting or other event. Use these at club nights or local community events to get the word out about your local SkillsUSA chapter and what you are doing.

Judging How To Video
Judges can click on link above to view sample video that explains how to enter data on the usb drive at state contests.