What kind of jobs can you get with SkillsUSA?

What kind of jobs can you get with SkillsUSA?

The contest evaluates teams for employment in integrated manufacturing technology fields of computer aided drafting/design (CAD), computer aided manufacturing (CAM), and computer numerical controlled machining (CNC).

What kind of skills do you need for a computer?

Layout, drawing and illustration skills are used, as well as the ability to create vibrant, effective designs using the computer.

What is the purpose of the SkillsUSA notebook contest?

This is a notebook contest documenting SkillsUSA chapters’ community service; patriotism and citizenship; and promotion of career and technical education projects that demonstrate a belief in the American way of life and the purposes of SkillsUSA. Contestants will use their drafting skills to solve an architectural problem.

Where can I get a SkillsUSA Championship scorecard?

Review requirements and apply online here. The official SkillsUSA Championships scorecards are no longer part of the book and electronic copies of the technical standards manual. They are available here as a download. The SkillsUSA competition theme for the 2020-21 school year is:

What do you need to know about the SkillsUSA contest?

Student teams use their course of study as the basis of a project that will benefit their class, school, community or industry. The project must highlight an aspect of their career cluster training. Upon completion of the project, the students will develop a display and use it within the community to explain their training and project.

How many skill stations are there in the Skills USA contest?

There are 13 skill stations including the written test. Contestants perform 12 tasks that represent the types of maintenance they will handle in the aircraft industry. The contest scope is consistent with the airframe and power plant mechanics certification guide published by the Federal Aviation Administration.