SkillsUSA programs are developed for implementation on the local, state and national level. Programs are designed to support the development of framework skills and can be seamlessly woven into existing classroom curriculum so that they are truly integral to instruction.
- The Chapter Excellence Program (CEP) is the single best way to ensure you have a successful SkillsUSA chapter. It provides the requirements and indicators that meet the standards for success and prepares members for career readiness as defined in the SkillsUSA Framework.
- While many schools participate in STEM initiatives, most lack programming with a direct link to specific careers. Jump into STEM! fills that need by providing curriculum resources for chapters to mentor younger students with career-focused learning either during or after school.
- The Career Readiness Curriculum (CRC) is lesson plans to integrate the SkillsUSA Framework into a robust Career and Technical Education program.
- The SkillsUSA Work Force Ready System is a comprehensive tool to help students document entry-level skills as defined by industry and accepted by state education policy. The Work Force Ready System offers over 40 technical and employability assessments in 11 cluster areas.
- The Professional Development Program (PDP) available in 2017, aligns with the SkillsUSA Framework and is the next step in the Career Readiness Curriculum (CRC). The PDP now has 15 project-based learning experiences that contextualize the elements of the SkillsUSA Framework in real-work situations.
- The Career Skills Education Program (CSEP) contains 49 online lessons teaching basic employment and life skills to college/postsecondary students.
- With our SkillsUSA Customer Service Training students learn what customer service is, why it is important and what constitutes excellent customer service in 10 lesson levels.
- Student2Student Mentoring gives high school students a chance to mentor younger students in the area of career development.
- CareerSafe is a credentialed 10-hour online training program developed in cooperation with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to provide students with basic knowledge of safety and a credential desired in the job market.