Middle School Advisors

 

SkillsUSA Georgia is excited to now offer membership to an ever-growing population of middle school chapters! We suggest that all new and returning middle school advisors and students use this page as the main resource for all information related to the SkillsUSA middle school experience!

SkillsUSA is an applied method of instruction for preparing America’s high-performance workers in public career and technical programs. We provide quality education experiences for students in leadership, teamwork, citizenship and character development. We build and reinforce self-confidence, work attitudes and communications skills.​

 

SkillsUSA empowers its members to become world-class workers, leaders and responsible American citizens. SkillsUSA improves the quality of our nation’s future skilled workforce through the development of Framework skills that include personal, workplace and technical skills grounded in academics.

The SkillsUSA Framework: In Practice

 

Forming a New Middle School Chapter

Step 1:

View the New Chapter Checklist

Step 2: 

Read through SkillsUSA's New Chapter Content

Step 3:

Gather Support from your school administration

Step 4:

Contact the SkillsUSA Georgia State Office to begin the process of establishing an official charter for your chapter. At this point you will                    receive detailed information on how to complete the charter application process.

Step 5:

Gather support from your students, we reccomend using the information under the "About" tab of this website. Another great resource for                   "selling" SkillsUSA to your students is the National SkillsUSA website

Step 6:

Elect Chapter Officers and assign leadership duties, continue to recruit student members.

Step 7:

Attend a conference! Champions Rally or our Fall Leadership Conference are a great chance to get your new student members engaged with             SkillsUSA and other members from all across the state of Georgia.

Step 8:

Take a look at the Competitive Events Offered to Middle School Students

 

Middle School Competitive Events

Contest
Georgia Only or​ National?
Region
Qualifier?
Middle School
Eligibility
Team or
individual?
Rules
 

Middle School Advisor's FAQ's

What are joules?


Joules is the rating of protection given for the surge protector. The higher the rating, them more protection it will provide.




Can the strip be mounted on a wall?


Yes. This item does come with mounting holes on the back.




Is this item UL listed?


Yes. This item is cUL certified / listed





 
Downloads

Middle School

Membership Guide

Middle School

Constitution

Chapter of Excellence Guide

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