Fall Leadership Conference
The SkillsUSA Georgia Fall Leadership Conference is designed to build report between chapter members within and between chapters while also affording students the opportunity to gain leadership skills that will allow them to lead their chapter through their program of work over the course of the school year. The Fall Leadership Conference is a great chance to build relationships between students and advisors! We hope to see you at this year's Fall Leadership Conference!
SkillsUSA Georgia is continuously evaluating the environment for our in-person events and conferences.SkillsUSA Georgia's first commitment to our students, advisors, industry partners and staff is their health and safety as well as the health and safety of their families and friends. The environment surrounding our events is a fluid situation that is being continuously monitored by the SkillsUSA Georgia State Office. Details on any event cancellation, postponement or any other structural changes will be communicated to all stakeholders once that information is available. SkillsUSA Georgia appreciates your patience as we, like so many other organizations, navigate the COVID-19 situation. Please stay connected with us on our website (skillsusageorgia.org) for latest information.
FALL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE INFORMATION
Fall Leadership Conference FAQ's
When is the registration deadline?
The registration deadline is October 8. Chapters may register late (for a fee) until October 15. No registrations of any type will be accepted after October 15.
Where do I register my chapter?
You may register by clicking the "Register My Chapter" link above.
What is included in the registration?
Lodging, meals, and all activities are included in the one registration price.
What Contests are offered at this year's Fall Leadership Conference?
What is the dress code for the conference?
Casual dress is preferred! Students and advisors will be involved in hands on activities and should dress accordingly. Students are also encouraged to embrace this year's survivor theme and dress accordingly!
What should I bring?
All students should bring a printed copy of their resume along with:
What is the tentative schedule for the conference?
Please see the tentative schedule page by clicking "Tentative Schedule" above.
What time does the on-site registration open?
On-site registration will begin at 1:00pm. Please note that chapters participating in the mud course may have to arrive earlier than 1:00pm.
What is the registration fee?
$130; covers all activities, meals during the conference, as well as on site lodging.
2019 FLC Pictures
2019 FLC Award Winners
Framework Brochure: Cambridge High School
Framework Poster: Shiloh High School
Framework Display: Shiloh High School
Ultimate Survivor: Cambridge High School
Instagram Post: Archer High School
Statesman Award Winners
Simran Oliver from Alliance Academy for Innovation
Erin Brzusek from Alliance Academy for Innovation
Marcus Veazie from Cambridge High School
Shir Halfon from Cambridge High School
Joe Capponi from Cambridge High School
Sareena Iidhar from Cambridge High School
Tyler Strittmatter from Maxwell High School
Jocelyn Yvonne from Maxwell High School of Technology
Devon Cushing from Troup County High School
Tyler Cook from Union Grove High School
Ansley Mathis from Union Grove High School
Wonuola Abiodun from Union Grove High School
Emma Kubitschek from Union Grove High School
Alexander Troy from Union Grove High School
Delaney Johnson from Union Grove High School
Congratulations to our winners and thank you to all school who participated!