Students from ASE-accredited programs were among the winners at the SkillsUSA competition last month in Atlanta, Georgia.
Channellock Inc. will participate in the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference (NLSC) in Louisville, Kentucky, June 24-28 as an official parter of SkillsUSA.
Electude International and CCAR announced they will release preparatory Maintenance and Light Repair (MLR) Safety courses for all automotive students readying to compete in SkillsUSA.
PPG announced that Jamie Redd, PPG training center manager and automotive refinish expert, has been selected by SkillsUSA to train recent high school graduate Dylan Wertz for the 45th WorldSkills Competition.
SkillsUSA has revealed the 20 young competitors, including four automotive students, who will represent the United States at WorldSkills, the largest international showcase of the skilled trades.
More than 6,500 career and technical education students competed during the SkillsUSA Championships at the 54th annual National Leadership and Skills Conference. Here’s who took home a win in the automotive, collision, diesel and motorcycle categories.
In a fanfare that would rival a rock concert, SkillsUSA kicked off its 54th annual National Leadership and Skills Conference during its Opening Ceremony at the Kentucky Exposition Center on June 26.
Chief will sponsor the Collision Repair Technology (CRT) Championship at the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference for the 32nd year.
For the third consecutive year, SCRS and MTMF have partnered to provide a $1,250 tool scholarship to each of the SkillsUSA National Championship Gold Medalists at the high school and post-secondary levels to help the recipients secure tools they can use as they enter the trade.
All of the student medalists in the collision repair technology and automotive refinishing technology competitions at the annual SkillsUSA Championships last month studied at schools that received grants from the Collision Repair Education Foundation (CREF).
BASF Refinish supports SkillsUSA on a local level, supplying judges and supporting schools that attend and host competitions across the country and throughout the year.
A team of students from the Automotive Technology Program at Greenville High School Career Tech Center in Greeville, Ohio, won the Gold Medal for the SkillsUSA National Championship Transportation Category, in the Career Pathway Showcase.