Information to start a SkillsUSA Chapter.
Membership Registration
Current Conference Info


This is the SkillsUSA Texas High School web site! Here you will find lots of valuable information such as starting a SkillsUSA Chapter, membership or event registration and educational resources to help run your local chapter. You can always call the office if you have questions 800-444-2297!

SkillsUSA Texas Board of Directors Meeting

There will be a regularly scheduled SkillsUSA Texas Board of Directors meeting at the January TIVA Professional Development Conference. An agenda for this board meeting is posted under documents and then board of directors. Any comments or concerns should be directed to the state office.
email, or call 800-444-2297

Enter the Social Media Campaign Challenge and Win Funds for Your CTE Program

SkillsUSA and Lowe’s are co-sponsoring the Social Media Campaign Challenge. The program will grant up to $25,000 to the winning chapter and up to $10,000 to the second- and third-place winners for their projects. The funds can be used for campus improvement or community enhancement. The first step is to identify a need, then to complete a written application and a video proposal. Your three- to five-minute video will tell the story of why this project is important, how it will be conducted and what the outcomes will be when Lowe’s and your school work together to serve others. The project will be conducted with your local Lowe’s home improvement store. The deadline is Dec. 1, and full details are in the membership kit. Here is the link:

State Officer Updates

National Youth Safety Video Contest

CareerSafe, Safety Education for America’s Future, is sponsoring the 2015-2016 National Youth Safety Video Contest. Students across the country are challenged to create a two-minute video demonstrating safety in the workplace.
The contest will kick off Oct. 15, and all submissions should be sent into CareerSafe by March 1. The winning students will receive a SkillsUSA Prize Pack as well as a scholarship up to $2,500, and the winning school will receive a prize up to $5,000. For more information on the contest, please visit the CareerSafe website after Oct. 15 at: