This is the National SkillsUSA website where you can find more information related
Do you have students who will be competing at the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference this summer? First, be sure to use a current copy of the SkillsUSA Championships Technical Standards. Second, click on the link provided to see the latest contest revisions.
Are you an Advisor for a Local SkillsUSA Chapter? Click on the link provided to access resources that are tailored to assist Advisors.
Click on this link to learn more about SkillsUSA purposes and traditions.
Stay connected with SkillsUSA Connect. Just click the link.
Click the link to shop for SkillsUSA Resources or SkillsUSA Products.
Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs allow Delaware students the chance to earn early college credits, industry-recognized credentials and work experience while still in high school. To earn a living wage in today’s economy, all students must pursue education beyond high school. This education can include a two-year or four-year college degree, certification program, apprenticeship, formal job training or military service. The type of education students choose depends on each student’s unique interests and skills.
CTSOs promote career excellence, leadership, and citizenship for students involved in Delaware CTE programs. The Delaware Department of Education requires CTSOs to be an integral part of high-quality CTE programs.