Due to the lock down all competitions at the State and National level were cancelled for 2020. We are saddened for the Automotive and Construction students who missed out on this opportunity but are proud that our organization did what was best at the time for the health and well being of everyone.
The calander will be changed for 2021 as soon as we recieve dates next school year but are usually around the same time so the previous years calander should provide a good idea of when things will happen next year.
Have a great summerSkillsUSA- is a national nonprofit student organization serving 300,000 students enrolled in career and technical training programs at public high schools and colleges.
SkillsUSA-Mississippi is the vocational student organization that is a part of National Skills USA. Students enrolled in a trade, technical, industry, or health related programs may become members of this organization. The State association has over 2,800 high school and community college members enrolled. Skills USA is taught in trade, technical, industry, and health related programs as an integral part of the programs and it is strongly recommended that all students in these programs become active members of their local chapters.
SkillsUSA-Mississippi high school members participate in leadership and skills contests at the District level and advance to State Championship. The first place winners from the State Championship will represent Mississippi at the National Leadership and Skills Conference in Louisville, Kentucky each year in June.SKILLS USA MISSISSIPPI CALENDAR OF EVENTS 2019-2020 for MCTCLeadership ConferencesOctober 7th South Fall Leadership ConferenceOctober 14th North Fall Leadership ConferenceRegional CompetitionsDelta CC has stopped hosting so we must choose our regional that we wish to attend and make sure to register for that competition on line.January 28th- Automotive at Region 1 Competition- Northwest Community College Senotobia MS. Robin Douglas email@example.comCongrartulations to Tyler Birdwell for winning second place in Automotive hands on and moving on to the state level.State CompetitionMust register before March 1st for stateApril 14-15 STATE SKILLS USAPaperwork will be picked up on the 14th with some contests taking place that dayApril 15th will be competition day with the awards ceremony being held that eveningNational CompetitionRegistration opens April 17th, 2020 www.skllsusa.org closes May 14th 2020Competition will be June 22-26 Louisville KY Exposition CenterProjected Costs and expenditures for Contests, Registrations, and Trips. Prices are subject to change without notice! Once you have committed to attending a competition, fees , registration, and transportation costs are non refundable.
Membership for Skills USA is $15.00 per student at the Career Center
Fall Leadership will be $12.00 per person which includes lunch and transportation
Regional Competition is $18.00 per person and includes lunch and transportation
State Competition is $30.00 per person for registration. Transportation will be based on the number of students attending and will be announced at a later date.
Advisor: Mr. McCraw/ Automotive & Mr. McPhail/ Construction
- ALL PARTICIPANTS, OBSERVERS, AND ADVISORS MUST BE IN OFFICIAL SKILLS USA ATTIRE WHICH IS RED BLAZER/JACKET, WHITE BLOUSE OR SHIRT, BLACK DRESS SLACKS/SKIRT, BLACK SOCKS AND SHOES.
- NO JEANS, SHORTS, TENNIS SHOES,T-STRAPS,FLIPFLOPS,CAPS OR HEAD WEAR
- COMPETITORS MUST BE IN THE OFFICIAL ATTIRE FOR THAT COMPETITION. Ex. Automotive must wear a light blue skills button up shirt with dark blue dickies type work pants and appropriate footwear and safety glasses
- We want 100% membership in our chapters so make sure you join and please consider running for officer positions which by the way, looks great on resumes. Were looking forward to a great year!!!!
Dale McCraw: Advisor - Automotive Michael McPhail: Advisor - Construction
State of Mississippi Skills U.S.A. website National Skills U.S.A. website
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