SkillsUSA Georgia News

CTSO New Advisor Training 

The CTSO New Advisor Training is available June 8, 2021 from 9:00 - 11:00 am. 

There are seven workshops available: 

  1. What does it mean to be a part of the team?

  2. Where do you find all those members and how do you keep them? 

  3. How do I meet the requirements of my POW?

  4. What does safe travel, day or overnight look like with students?

  5. How do I grow leaders in my chapter?

  6. How do you ensure your chapter is financially stable?

  7. What does a meeting look like? 

NLSC Updates and Email Communication 

All NLSC Conference Updates can be found by clicking the button below: 

All NLSC Advisor Email Communication can be found by clicking the below button: 

SkillsUSA Georgia 2021-2022 Statement


SkillsUSA Georgia is committed to hosting in-person events for the 2021-2022 school year. Keeping professional and student members safe is the priority of the SkillsUSA Georgia state office. Thus, the state office will continue to monitor the situation surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. SkillsUSA Georgia events will be hosted in-person as long as the safety and health of SkillsUSA Georgia members is not compromised. 

Tools to be Successful This Year
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SkillsUSA's Commitment to Our Members

SkillsUSA Georgia stands with and upholds the statement shared by our National Executive Director, Chelle Travis. It is also our commitment to to create positive environments of inclusion and support wherever and whenever we can. Specifically to our Black community members we stand with you in solidarity and support.

Spotlight on Members

Read about how SkillsUSA and the technical, workplace and personal skills she learned inspired Frieda to pursue a career in criminology.

Alliance Academy

for Innovation

Read about how Alliance Academy's chapter officer team educated city leaders on SkillsUSA and earned recognition for their work.


High School

Read about how Greenbrier members thanked teachers, administrators and leaders for their support.

Hannah Ferrando

Read about how winning a state silver medal inspired Hannah to pursue a career in the criminal justice field.