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Day at the Capitol

Thursday, February 22, 2024

IMPORTANT MESSAGE 

Advisors, please be aware that the CTSO Day at the Capitol falls on the same day as the State Leadership and Skills Conference. If you are not able to make accommodations to attend SLSC and Day at the Capitol, then please account for those points on your extended day program of work elsewhere. There is a possibility of 40 points in this section of the POW, of which only 20 are required. 

SkillsUSA Georgia is not able to change the Day at the Capitol date, so please plan accordingly. 

Please note that the link to register as well as the advisor guide can be found in the flyer. Registration is free! 

Conference Information

Join fellow Career Technical Student Organization members from across the state of Georgia in advocating for Career and Technical Education in Georgia. Students will meet with their local representatives and have a chance to discuss the benefits of Career and Technical Education, their CTSO experience and their stories in a face to face meeting with members of the legislature.

Date

February 22, 2024

Location

Georgia State Capitol

206 Washington St. SW

Atlanta, GA

30334

Important Messgae

Advisors, please be aware that the CTSO Day at the Capitol falls on the same day as the State Leadership and Skills Conference. If you are not able to make accommodations to attend SLSC and Day at the Capitol, then please account for those points on your extended day program of work elsewhere. There is a possibility of 40 points in this section of the POW, of which only 20 are required. 

SkillsUSA Georgia is not able to change the Day at the Capitol date, so please plan accordingly. 

Who is Elegible

All registered SkillsUSA members are eligible to register for CTSO Day at the Capitol.

How to Register

Please use the form below to register. You will receive a confirmation email once your chapter's registration has been submitted using the form below.

Dates and Deadlines

Registration Deadline

February 14, 2024

Conference Registration is completed via the below registration form.

Dates & Deadlies

Conference Policies

Conference Polocies

Dress Code

SkillsUSA Official Dress preferred. Professional Dress required.  

Student Supervision Verification Letter

SkillsUSA requires each school chapter to have one advisor or adult chaperone for every ten students. When participating in SkillsUSA events, there must be a school employee present for each school registered. SkillsUSA requires each school to have a male and female chaperone if traveling with both male and female students. A female advisor cannot travel without a male chaperone or advisor if traveling with all male students. A male advisor cannot travel without a female chaperone or advisor if traveling with all female students. If a male or female advisor from different schools are sharing the responsibility of supervising their male and female students, each advisor must submit a letter from their school principal or CTAE director. This letter must be on school letterhead, with the principal and/or CTAE director’s signature, stating that both schools agree to the shared responsibility of supervising male and female students. Each advisor must complete the form and submit their individual letter. The letters must be submitted by the registration deadline. The upload will be labeled as Student Supervision Verification Upload. Each conference will have a link to upload the Student Supervision Verification letter. 

Required Forms

Student Supervision Verification Letter

SkillsUSA requires each school chapter to have one advisor or adult chaperone for every ten students. When participating in SkillsUSA events, there must be a school employee present for each school registered. SkillsUSA requires each school to have a male and female chaperone if traveling with both male and female students. A female advisor cannot travel without a male chaperone or advisor if traveling with all male students. A male advisor cannot travel without a female chaperone or advisor if traveling with all female students. If a male or female advisor from different schools are sharing the responsibility of supervising their male and female students, each advisor must submit a letter from their school principal or CTAE director. This letter must be on school letterhead, with the principal and/or CTAE director’s signature, stating that both schools agree to the shared responsibility of supervising male and female students. Each advisor must complete the form and submit their individual letter. The letters must be submitted by the registration deadline. The upload will be labeled as Student Supervision Verification Upload. Each conference will have a link to upload the Student Supervision Verification letter. 

Registration, Personal and Liability Release Form

All Registration, Personal and Liability Release forms of all conference-registered school representatives (including, but not limited to instructors, participants, chaperones and observers) will remain in the possession of the advisor at all times during the SkillsUSA Conference. Have your SkillsUSA Members participating submit this to you when  they return their field trip absence form.

Required Forms
Agenda

Additional Information

The agenda for the Day at the Capitol is your legislative appointments only. There is no official meeting prior to or after your appointments. 

Find Your Legislator

Find your legislator to make appointments with them

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