SkillsUSA NM Chapter Funding Information & Request Form
SkillsUSA New Mexico will be disbursing around $60,000 (total) to our chapters across the state. These funds are meant to equitably support our chapters who have the most need. We are here to help!
Do you need financial support for the 2024 State Leadership and Skills Conference registration? Include the registration fee ($100) in your request!
Deadline to apply: February 16, 2024. You will receive a response from us regarding funding in early March 2024.
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The analysis finds that students who choose an industry-aligned, quality postsecondary technical education can go on to earn more, on average, over the long term than their peers at some of the nation’s most selective liberal-arts universities. Career and technical students are better insulated from job losses driven by workforce automation, a growing factor affecting the labor market, according to Young.