MetroED’s SVCTE programs are leading edge and award winning. They provide solid STEAM curriculum and fulfill the A-G requirements for higher education.
Partnering with SkillsUSA enriches the career technical experience and allows all students to be ready for College, or upon graduation, positioned for success with advanced training to compete in their selected occupation.
SkillsUSA provides the rigor, project-based learning, hands-on planning, and the presentation skills needed for today's work force. These students are empowered for success and able to change the dynamics of their future and filling the demand for the 7 million open career technical jobs in the United States.
Help fulfill the demand of our SVCTE students interested in participating in SkillsUSA. The curriculum is integrated into the current career technical programs and taught during regular class hours. Students preparing to compete in regional, state and national competitions, meet after school and weekends. These students are motivated and self-driven for success and welcome these additional opportunities to advance their training.
No student should have to step away from SkillsUSA due to financial hardship and limit their opportunities to reach their full potential. Your donation will help provide equal access to any and all students enrolled in one of the 24 free programs, supporting hands on supplies, field trips, uniforms, t-shirts, competition fees, and travel expenses.
Please donate $10 or more today and help us reach our first level goal of $30,000.
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