SkillsUSA students present projects in national competition
August 5, 2021
Three Summerland School students competed in the virtual SkillsUSA national competition earlier this summer.
SkillsUSA prepares students for careers in technical, skilled and trade occupations.
According to the organization's website, more than 372,655 students and instructors participate annually.
The program helps students investigate 79 potential career paths in 16 career clusters.
Summerland students competed in state competition, virtually, in April and winners advanced to the national conference.
Calissa Kester's presentation was divided into three parts during a live Zoom meeting.
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